New York-based designer Misha Nonoo takes us through Frieze Art Fair on Randall’s Island, New York with her personal photo diary.

“Frieze is a playground for contemporary art housed in an intimate and inviting setting. It is a great place to learn and expand your mind on what the art world truly has to offer,” says Nonoo.

"A reflective canvas etched with butterflies, what could be more Neiman Marcus appropriate than that?!"

“A reflective canvas etched with butterflies, what could be more Neiman Marcus appropriate than that?!”

I wore a white cotton shirtdress from my Spring 2014 collection. It has hand-pleated silk chiffon shoulder and side skirt panels and pairs perfectly with straw wedges.

"Can you hear me?!"

“Can you hear me?!”

One of my favorite moments from the show was seeing my friend Aaron Berman’s work with Roxy Paine. I also loved Jay Jopling’s White Cube stand. I really enjoyed the works by British artist Eddie Peake.

"Neon and Perspex in one shot. I fell in love with this piece."

“Neon and Perspex in one shot. I fell in love with this piece.”

"The colorful CanCan installation."

“The colorful CanCan installation.”

Don’t leave Frieze Art Fair without an iPhone full of colorful selfies.

"In Perspex paradise at Frieze."

“In Perspex paradise at Frieze.”

Category:  Seeing Things

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