This week, the Art Production Fund's annual gala proposed a Printz and the Revolution dress code, welcoming some of the chicest yet boldest pieces into The Seagram Building's The Pool. The non-profit raised nearly $700,000 in support of the organization’s mission to produce ambitious public art commissions and cause conversation on important topics through contemporary art. Around 300 guests came in their wildest prints to honor Alice + Olivia CEO and Creative Director, Stacey Bendet and artist Adam Pendleton, who have both been active supporters of the APF.

Executive Director Casey Fremont, wearing Alice + Olivia of course, welcomed guests into The Grill, where they sipped Ruinart Champagne, enjoyed hors d'oeuvres, and jammed out to DJ Mia Moretti, followed by a special performance by the world famous Harlem Gospel Choir. Carlos Rolón also took commissioned portraits of guests wearing their prints that pop and Sadie Barnette created custom “CHANGE everything” pins. 

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[Photos by BFA]