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Get Seen » At Fashion Forward at the ICA


Photo: KAREEM WORRELL

At October's installment of the ICA's First Fridays series, attendees watched a runway show inspired by the wild colors and patterns of Brazilian artists Os Gêmeos, followed by a guided tour of their exhibition. Local boutiques Serenella, Uniform, Turtle, Louis, and Riccardi presented looks that could have been lifted from the brothers' canvases, while ICA neighbor Mario Russo supplied artful hair and makeup. High fashion abounded in the audience, too, as Boston's hot young things - more than a few fresh off the plane from Paris Fashion Week - pulled out all the stops. Next up for First Fridays is November's Mixology, where top Boston bartenders will commandeer the ICA's Water Café, followed by December's '80s Night, inspired by the upcoming exhibit "This Will Have Been: Art, Love & Politics in the 1980s." Learn more at icaboston.org.


Christopher Peirce Snow, restaurant staffer about town

This self-described "student on sabbatical" could add "Marni brand ambassador" to his CV. He wore pants, a blazer, and a shirt by the Italian brand, known for its affinity for geometric patterns.

He topped his fierce look with a bubble necklace by (guess who?) Marni, a Prada clutch from the brand's 2004 Robot collection, and, of course, his trademark blond coif.

A man after Os Gêmeos' hearts, Christopher doesn't shy away from bold prints. Case in point: his plaid Haider Ackermann slipper shoes, a staple of his wardrobe.

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