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5 Best Dressed Museums Directors Around The Globe: Part 1 – USA
Check out who nailed the globe with their unsurpassable outfit. In this everything-crushing era, fas...
Art Girls Jungle 30 Jun 2016

Check out who nailed the globe with their unsurpassable outfit. In this everything-crushing era, fashion and personal style have emerged as an edgy feature for art-world figures displaying their voguish flair which could ultimately lead to endorsements. From Heidi Zuckerman to  we share our picks for best-dressed art-world curators.
1. Heidi Zuckerman
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Heidi of Aspen Art Museum is the best representation of stylish rage. As one of the most generously paid art-world executives, Heidi bestows herself with impressively clean-cut attire. No wonder she scores the “best dressed” title.
2. Thelma Golden
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Director and Chief Curator of The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York City – Thelma Golden – always gets the clap hand emojis with her modish makeover. In her 16-year tenure, having trod through various art-world events from gallery visits to curatorial shows, Thelma has managed to bring a mix of prints and colors that gets everyone’s eyes hooked.
3. Lauren Cornell
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Tapped as the Curator and Associate Director, Technology Initiatives at the New Museum, Lauren Cornell has best illustrated the definition of fad. Whilst co-organising the museum’s triennial, we would say Lauren’s chic style is just plain amazing.
4. Anne Pasternak
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Director of Brooklyn Museum stands out, not just because of her being the first woman leading the two gigantically encyclopedia museums in New York, but also her well-played getup outfit. From setting the floral carpet in Grand Central, sallying forth fireworks in Central Park to bringing light to the September 11 memorial, she is truly a game changer.
5. Melissa Chiu

Having raised millions at the position as the Director of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Melissa Chiu, as the first non-American director and leading expert, has elevated her time-long involvement with Asian art onto corners of the museum with top-notch curatorial brass. Plus, she is the one you could trust to deliver elegantly sophisticated fashion.
 
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