Curators, patrons and art enthusiasts came out in numbers to celebrate world renowned artist Trimpin at the opening of the Klavier-Stücke show at Winston Wächter. Although the occasion was in no way formal, the art crowd always looks pulled together and fashionable. Sometimes it is not always about the designer name on the tag but the effort put into a look and the desire to be truly present.
Stacy Winston Levitan, partial owner of Winston Wächter, looked effortlessly chic in a black dress with Louboutin boots. The addition of a long necklace to this look is a simple touch that pulls things together. Other people were more daring. Dr. Michael Greer and his friend mixed things up. His sleek look was finished with funky boots and clear glasses, whereas she rocked a black-and-white polka dot number. (It brings to mind the Chanel Spring RTW 2013 collection.) Vanguard Seattle editor-in-chief Sarah Caples rocked another fresh look, pairing black essentials with a big hat and fur. Art enthusiast Sephren looked smooth and pulled together in a camel blazer. Dantille Bezemer wore earth tones, but added a pop of color with bright red lips.