Nothing says springtime quite like a garden party, and no one does a garden party better than the Frick. Last night, the sun set on a gilded group of socialites and art patrons dressed to the nines to fit the "white and gold" dress code of the evening, sipping peach Belvedere spritzers and rubbing elbows on the grass. Into The Garden, the Frick Collection's 2016 spring soirée for fellows, was a reminiscent of a 1920s scene, with a live jazz band adding to the al fresco atmosphere as well as fashion illustrators elegantly sketching guests in their seasonal best. Sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue, the event was one stylish affair - no wonder Bill Cunningham didn't lose grip of his camera for a second.
When we weren't taking in the gorgeous flora and Meissen animal figurines in the Fifth Avenue garden, attendees explored the art-hung halls and rarely-seen second floor of the mansion, as well as the new exhibition, Porcelain, No Simple Matter: Arlene Shechet and the Arnhold Collection. The delicate pieces were matched, of course, only by the outfits. Click through to see who made our best dressed list!
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