Seen at RETNA presented by Vladimir Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida
Last Thursday night (has it already been almost a week?) there was an opening in Tribeca of LA grafitti artist RETNA that looked like it was out of a film about Soho in the Eighties. The space was dark and cavernous and full of people that were both very stylish and somehow distinctly New York. The coat on the right caught my eye in a black sea and the graphic energy seemed to match the artwork. It also seems to be part of the new looser, graphic trend emerging that I'm calling boho chic. The girl on the left is also on trend with the fashion crowd in her over the knee platform boots. Something I've seen ALOT of in the tents: maybe because other than fashion week you might get mistaken as a hooker?