Do you ever think about what you'd wear if you were a famous cool-girl type — like, if you just had to go to a fancy museum party in the middle of the week (ugh, right?) and could wear essentially whatever you wanted? If you say no, you're lying to yourself, because you and I both know that, if you're anything like us, you've given this a fair amount of thought.
On Wednesday night, famous cool-girl types Zoe Kravitz and Zosia Mamet played out our mid-week museum party dreams and went to the 2017 Whitney Biennial as presented by Tiffany & Co. The pair — both of whom are equally beloved by the broader American fashion industry — wore looks by red-hot designer duo Fernando Garcia and Laura Kim, both of whom head up Monse and, as of this past season, Oscar de la Renta.
If Oscar de la Renta is looking to align itself with a hipper, groovier customer, it's on the right track, dressing Kravitz in a sharp black suit with a glittery gold top underneath. The whole look reads, "I'm Young and Like to Party, But We're at a Very Ritzy Establishment in Manhattan So I'll Keep It Conservative."
Meanwhile, Mamet wore an architectural dress from Garcia and Lim's Monse, with the line's signature tuxedo front and oversize belted waist. It gives the same general vibes as Kravitz's suit, courtesy of the way-high front slit and off-the-shoulder neckline.
In all, it was a very good Wednesday night for all parties involved — including us, whose "If We Were Famous" mood boards got a whole new slew of inspiration.