By Cait Munro
As executive director of the Art Production Fund, Casey Fremont helps bring to life public art projects from some of today’s most interesting artists (think Elmgreen & Dragset, Ugo Rondinone and Zoe Buckman). “I’m so excited about our 2022 Art in Focus program at Rockefeller Center,” she shares. “It’s an incredible group of artists including Max Colby, Hugo McCloud, Emily Mullin, Arghavan Khosravi and Alex Prager.” A native New Yorker, Fremont and her family decamped to Los Angeles during the pandemic. “I’m excited for the adventure, and for the opportunity to expand APF’s programming on the West Coast,” she says. She’s since embraced a more laid-back, bohemian sense of style, gravitating towards brands like Etro and Dries Van Noten, in addition to classics from Chanel and Max Mara.
Go-to weekend look?
Etro shorts, Hommegirls cropped button down.
How would you describe your sense of style?
Practical. I think playing with proportions and menswear-inspired pieces can be very sexy. Most importantly, I believe in investing in long-lasting, timeless pieces and avoiding fast fashion.
Go-to look for a night out in Miami?
Rhode’s matching cotton top and skirt set—it survives the humidity perfectly!
Go-to professional look?
I always love a Max Mara camel suit for business. Otherwise, my work/after-work looks tend to blur together.
Jewelry item you can’t seem to take off?
My Tiffany T diamond and black onyx pendant. I haven’t taken it off since I first put it on years ago.
What brands are you loving for the season?
Rhode is a year-round favorite for me—whatever I wear by them gets compliments. I’m loving Dries Van Noten, all of Gucci and Etro, too.
What’s your favorite thing to do when you’re in Miami?
I love the museums and private collections—the ICA, the Rubell Museum, PAMM. And when it comes to shopping, I head right to The Webster.
Must-have bag for the season?
Gucci’s Diana bag. It’s perfect all-year round.
Shoes you’ll be wearing on repeat this spring?
Silver Ferragamo Viva flats.