Young Collectors' Night at the Winter Antiques Show

A well-dressed crowd showed up for Young Collectors' Night at the Winter Antiques Show at the Armory. Shimmery fabrics and metallics looked especially good against the rich colors of the furniture and art. Some of the most stylish attendees were the antiques dealers themselves.

James Mischka and Mark Badgley, sponsors of the event.
Pure rock-n-roll glamour: sparkly tights paired with ankle boots, silver minidress, and a super cropped fur jacket.
One of the most elegant looks of the evening: midnight blue silk dress cinched by a black patent belt.
Gold from head to toe.
An antiques dealer in a chalk striped suit and salmon silk tie.
A lot of women wore open-toe shoes, despite the January cold. Accessorize with Town Car?
A gold circle pattern dress that blends with this antiques dealer's wares.
Shoes and bag.
Tatiana Papanicolaou, one of the chairs of the event, in red and lots of diamonds.
Harbinger of spring? Dress in a wild botanical print.
An antiques dealer in a silver-studded coat and matching silver flats.
Three women.
Cheetah loafers and a suit with unfinished edges.
Stylish trio. Bow ties are just the thing for an antiques show - that or a velvet blazer. And love her booties.
More booties, black paired with navy tights.
A dapper couple that's almost color coordinated. Notice her shiny tights - the next wave after shiny leggings?
Beard and Belgian loafers, plus a debonair look with scarf.


James said...

I find it is really sexy when a woman is wearing her shoes without socks or stockings, even in winter, mmm, I even think it is sexier if it is cold when their feet are nude. Just an opinion