Antwaun Sargent: All The Coolest Looks From The Most Stylish Gallery Opening Of 2021

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The huge line that formed around the block in the west side of Chelsea on Thursday night was not for a concert, a streetwear show or even a fashion show. It was for the opening of social works, the first show hosted by new director Gagosian (and GQ contributor) Antwaun Sargent, who joined the mega-gallery in January of this year. Featuring works by Theaster Gates, with 5,000 records from the personal collection of House music legend Frankie Knuckles; a huge limestone sculpture by David Adjaye; and a working farm of Linda Goode Bryant, the show is about “art as a social act,” Sargent told the New York Times.

As thrilling as the art on display was the crowd, which brought people viewing to a new level. (It was more like a personal vision.) Sargent’s universe has always embodied a particularly New York-style symbiosis between art and culture. Show attendees did not disappoint and reminded us that New York is in a new golden age of exuberant and expressive personal style. These are some of the best looks of the night.

Two fists full of rings, with big Doc Martens.

Y / Project leather pants and transparent Chanel bag.

Two versions of the Bottega Veneta skirt pants and square toe sandals.

A hypnosis spiral bra top inspired by Jean Paul Gaultier.

Colorblocking jumpsuit and waist bag.

It’s the return of the exit look!

Artist Miles Greenberg in a perforated suit.

Night pajamas with Tabi sneakers.

Printmania.

Neutrals, in front of the huge limestone sculpture by David Adjaye.

Blazers and shorts are officially allowed!

A great night out for moccasins and feminine bags, and a Pyer Moss t-shirt in the center.

A guest who got a Telfar bag and a matching costume.

An extreme mask.

A Mowalola cap with a nerdy-chic sweater vest.

A vintage textile-inspired jacket in front of a Theaster Gates installation.

Business blazers.

A guest in the front porch, while the line grows outside.

Cow power.

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