Art To Dine For dress codes: get out!
Remember that "Seinfeld" episode that has George getting invited somewhere with a "smart-casual" dress code?
"What is that?" he asks Jerry.
"I don't know," Jerry answers, "but you don't have it."
Even the hapless Mr. Costanza must have something in his closet fitting for an Art To Dine For soiree.
The events that make up the Creative Alliance's annual party series, set in the "homes, lofts and studios of Baltimore’s most fascinating collectors, artists and performers," vary tremendously in setting and style.
Details for all 33 parties, taking place now through December, are available online, so I won't try to describe them all here. But here's a sampling of the dress codes specified for Art To Dine For events:
Casual with deck shoes
Casual flour (for a pie-making event with Rodney Henry of Dangerously Delicious Pies)
NOLA finery (for a Cajun event)
Outrageous jewelry required
Kelly Ripa, the cast of "Seinfeld" and Regis Philbin, who didn't get the memo on the no-puffy-shirt dress code. PRNewsFoto