Wednesday, December 10, 2014


I've just returned from loads of travel and it's snowing in New York.  The best thing I can think to wear is a pair of Gustav Klimt inspired knee highs to trudge through the slush.

Recaps on the way from my visits to Paris and Miami!

Socks by Hot Sox via Sock Shop in Haight Ashbury.

Monday, November 24, 2014


Bonjour de Paris!

Can you guess who I visited today?
La Joconde (AKA Mona Lisa) was first on my list when I arrived at Le Louvre this morning.
I spent all day in the grand museum and am fairly certain I could spend the rest of my life there.

More to come!

Skirt: Celine
Socks: Hot Sox
Boots: Coach

Wednesday, November 19, 2014


I scooped this sweater at one of my favorite vintage outposts in the Village, instantly recognizing the image from Art History.  However, try as a might, I cannot identify this painting!  I've scoured the internet and sourcebooks and cannot uncover the title or artist of this work.

HELP!  Do you know this painting?

Sweater: Vintage
Skirt: Vintage
Socks: HUE
Boots: DKNY
Sunglasses: Marc Jacobs

Photos by Kathy Paciello.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

#TBT: Emily Kame Kngwarreye

#TBT to one of my favorite posts from 3 (!) years ago, wearing a vintage suit inspired by Aboriginal artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye.  

Tuesday, November 11, 2014


It's overdue, but here's my Halloween costume: Picasso's Girl Before a Mirror!

For the Annual Members Party at the New Museum, two friends and I decided to emulate Picasso's paintings of women.  Meri was Dora Maar, Kathy was Woman with a Book, and I was the stunning masterpiece pictured above (which hangs at the Museum of Modern Art).

We had a fantastic evening challenging partygoers to guess who we were, and a few actually recognized my painting!  

Thanks to Kathy for her help with painting and for my friends for being great sports.

Hope you had a magnificent Halloween!

Friday, October 31, 2014


Happy Kahloween from Artfully a Hare!

Edward the bunny has been dressed up in many a costume, but this may be my favorite so far.  Inspired by Frida Kahlo's Self Portrait Dedicated to Dr. Eloesser from 1940 (and her signature look in general), Mr. Beast donned a flower crown and unibrow to complete the look.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014


Another one from MASS MoCA:  Lee Boroson's Plastic Fantastic.
Meant to evoke organic forms, the shapes in this installation are fabricated out of man-made materials, thereby collapsing the notion of a natural environment.  It reminded me of Tomas Saraceno's installation on the roof of the Met a few years ago, but it gave me a greater urger to hug the walls.

Same outfit, with an H&M mens' vest.

Photos by Kathy Paciello.