• Jenna Lyons Talks the Need for Public Art

    7 days ago - By WWD

    If you hope to catch Jenna Lyons' eye, the best way to do so is to cover yourself in tin foil.
    At the 40th anniversary Public Art Fund Benefit on Thursday night, the designer was instantly drawn to an installation work by Oliver Herring called “Areas for Action - PAF: Aluminum Foil,” which involved models being dressed in aluminum foil, cotton twine and tape by the guests. “I'm dying to know what's going on there,” Lyons said, gesturing toward the models. “Of course, I will not be purchasing that for my home. This guy, dressed up in tin foil, I mean, what more can a girl ask for?”
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