The Best Street Style Looks From Frieze London

Frieze has arrived in London for the 14th time! Since it started in 1991, the arts institution has been showcasing the work of both emerging and established artists at three annual events: Frieze London, Frieze New York and Frieze Masters.

With over 160 pop-up gallery booths under one roof in Regent’s Park, this year you can expect artworks from big names like Damien Hirst, Doug Aitken, Wolfgang Tillmans and Jeff Koons, alongside work by emerging feminist, visual and contemporary artists from across the globe. Also playing host to performances and talks by key industry figures, it’s basically like a fashion week for the arts. And, because trends in art and fashion often go hand in hand, we sent out photographer Jason Lloyd Evans to capture the best of Frieze 2016 street style. Get inspired by exaggerated silhouettes, clever layering and colour palettes that can only be expected from art-lovers…

This visitor skilfully mixed materials with a red silk dress, fur lined blazer and patent boots.

We wouldn’t be surprised if this outfit combining complementary colours blue and yellow was inspired by Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night

The art of layering was mastered with this combination of a slit pencil-skirt, thick knitted jumper and knee high boots.

Use your clothing as a canvas for eye-catching prints and combine with a biker-coat for a relaxed autumnal look.

Fan of minimalism? Combine trusted tailored pieces like longline coats, flared trousers and soft tees for a rectilinear silhouette.

Reference abstract art with unexpected layering and contrasting colours. This art-fan combined her stand out mesh dress with a denim coat and trainers.

If your handbag and shoes look like artworks themselves a simple outfit will suffice to create a stylish look.

Ready for art school? We’re loving this clever combination of leather, pleats and eccentric glasses.

Composition is key. This attendee went for triangular with kick flares, a V-neck jumper and tailored blazer thrown over the shoulders.

Modern art goes fashion by clashing multiple textures like fur and denim, colours like red and green and different animal prints.


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