Lucy Chadwick, Art Director of Gavin Brown's Enterprise and chic counterpart to hairstylist husband duffy, has a stripped-down style that always looks funky yet understated, balancing masculine silhouettes with girly touches. This New York gallerist always looks cool as a cucumber, weaving her way between the worlds of art and fashion with ease and style.
Long and preppy shirtdresses.
Chadwick has a wardrobe full of long button-up shirtdresses that stand out and make the outfit for her. All she needs is to tie her hair up, add shoes, and the look is complete. Whether she pops her collar, rolls her sleeves, or just leaves the dress be, it's always simply stylish.
Mad about monochrome.
This girl is one for solids, avoiding pattern for a cleaner, more straightforward look. Her preference of monochrome or solid looks over print lets her layer pieces or go for one bold solid-colored piece to make an impact, turn heads, and still look effortless and neat.
Pretty in pastels.
Chadwick makes pale pinks and baby blues look anything but precious in crisp and tailored styles. When paired with white button-ups or a trendy but funky shoe, pastel pieces are classic and brighten an outfit, rather than going the ultra-feminine route.
Chadwick masters a style that carefully walks the line between preppy and artsy, choosing clean but bold pieces that make a statement without cluttering her outfits. White trousers, jeans, and slacks are an easy way to look bright, match her prized pastels, but keep the look neat and never fussy.
If you want a J. Crew goes contemporary art-inspired look, Chadwick should be your ultimate style icon. Not only does she always look perfectly put-together, but her no-fuss pulled back hair and embrace of non-heel funky shoes makes it a style both enviable and practical.