Joe Keery at Harper's Bazaar Exhibition at Musée des Arts Décoratifs - Paris

Stylist: Sonia Young
Outfit: Salvatore Ferragamo by Paul Andrew
Groomer: Jillian Halouska

Joe Keery and his girlfriend Maika Monroe were such a cute couple while attending the Harper’s Bazaar: First in Fashion Exhibition. Rarely seen together, the fashion-forward pair does not disappoint.

The event was held at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs on February 26, 2020 in Paris, France.

All the guests who were dressed by Ferragamo wore custom wardrobe and accessories and Keery was no exception.

He wore a light brown suit whose jacket featured a four button detail on its sleeves, peak dark brown lapels, dark brown hems on its pockets and a low single-button on its front. A peach-y men’s shirt underneath paired with black lace-ups completed the look.

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The Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris decided to celebrate the reopening of its fashion galleries with an exhibition dedicated to Harper’s Bazaar titled Harper’s BazaarFirst in Fashion—a nod to the magazine’s place as the first publication formed to cover the style world. The show chronicled the major contributions of Bazaar to fashion over the course of its 152-year history.

To celebrate the opening, former Editor-in-Chief Glenda Bailey hosted a soirée, bringing together many of the subjects and collaborators who have made Harper’s BAZAAR the first of its kind.

 Bazaar was founded in 1867 by Harpers & Brothers to focus not only on fashion but on society, the arts, and literature as well. Its first editor was a suffragist and abolitionist named Mary Louise Booth, who was a fierce advocate for the Union cause (the end of slavery to a certain extent) during the American Civil War.

At the time, in addition to teaching the world about style, Bazaar published stories on leading American artists such as Frank Stella and Jackson Pollock, running them alongside literary contributions from writers such as ColetteSimone de BeauvoirCharles DickensVirginia WoolfPatricia Highsmith, and Truman Capote.

Huge thank you to this Artnet article for all the in-depth information.