Breezy Linens and Tevas at MoMA PS1’s Warm Up


There are only two weekends left to catch this summer’s MoMA PS1 Warm Up series, the annual Saturday-evening dance parties held in the Queens museum’s courtyard. Now in its 17th year, the current series, which ends September 6, features a large, chimneylike installation by New York architecture firm the Living, as well as an impressively curated lineup of DJs and experimental live music — and, predictably, draws some cool young artists. 

Last weekend, the Cut sent photographer YoungJun Koo to capture the scene, which included everything from breezy summer linens and Tevas to distressed denim and ironic pearls. Click through the slideshow for a look at the show’s sartorial highlights, including a soda-themed button-down, bowling shoes, and even some fleeting seasonal mankle.