Every year, PAMM Art of the Party attendees bring their fiercest looks to the Valentino black carpet—and 2018 was no different. As you scour your closets in search of the perfect outfit, check out the five best looks from PAMM’s Art of the Party 2018 for some fashion inspiration.
Art of the Party is the museum’s largest fundraiser event of the year, featuring unique guest experiences and culinary collaborations.
Mark your calendar for March 9, 2019 and get your tickets today.
Jason Odio and Caroline Vreeland
When you’re the granddaughter of Harper’s Bazaar’s fashion editor Diana Vreeland, style runs in your blood. Jason Odio and Caroline Vreeland turned heads at last year’s Art of the Party. Odio’s dapper look alongside Vreeland’s extraordinary purple dress and eclectic accessories made for some of the night’s best looks.
Krista Rosenberg, Alexa Wolman, and Suzy Buckley Woodward
These three women served up elegance, glamour, and playfulness on the black carpet donned in a spectrum of colors. With these fabulous outfits, textures, and accessories, they weren’t hard to miss on the dancefloor.
City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon and Adria Hardemon Commissioner Keon Hardemon of District 5 donned a fun, foliage-inspired suit alongside Adria Hardemon and her stunning red dress. These two had the right idea when it came to dressing for the evening’s al fresco dining experience overlooking Biscayne Bay.
Adrienne bon Haes and Marvin Ross Friedman
Friedman’s classic white and black suit paired perfectly with Bon Haes’ fun and colorful skirt. These two are channeling their inner artiste.
Martina Borgomanero Basabe
Basabe made a statement with her bright and patterned dress that turned heads all night. This showstopper of a dress is perfect for mingling at Chef’s Table cocktail hour or lounging at Supper Club.
As you plan your outfit for the evening, here are some useful tips to keep in mind:
Art of the Party attire is black tie optional, which means suits (or tuxedo) with black tie for men (ties are always optional in Miami) and either short cocktail or long evening dresses for women. Black-tie optional encourages guests to dress in formal attire while still maintaining a creative edge.
We encourage all guests to express themselves through fashion and bring their best looks!