Rivett Media at Frieze London

Rivett Media were delighted to have our staff attend Frieze London this year on behalf of our much valued client, the Financial Times, who were showcasing a number of their top publications at both the Masters and Frieze London. We got to rub shoulders with the likes of Tracy Emin and Katrin Bellinger of Colnaghi Gallery, London.

Frieze London is the world’s most exciting contemporary art fair and thanks to the FT we got to be a part of it in all of its subtle aesthetic glory. Despite the excitement here was work to be done. Our team distributed various publications including The FT Weekend, showcasing lifestyle and arts, and copies of the much loved and very aptly named “how to spend it” magazine.

Our sales team hit over 100 subscriptions in less than a week!! Not surprising as this month’s content features many articles on Frieze London, the art market and advice for investors including an exclusive interview with Frieze Artist Award winner Rachel Rose.

Financial Times’ Fashion Editor Jo Ellison wrote a piece on ‘How to Dress for London’s Frieze Art Show’ which highlighted ‘corduroy and Barbour jackets’ as a staple for the VIP attendees.

Earthbound neutral colours were the foundation of the Frieze look often accentuated with reds, hot pinks and blues.

That’s right! No prints, patterns to be seen, except in accessories or the very popular trainers worn by almost every guy and girl.

Fortunately, the RM Team’s sharp black pencil skirts and fitted blazers did not much deviate from the understated Frieze look.

We even had a visit from Tatijana from FT’s marketing department who popped by to see us, and in the spirit of the event to ‘be seen’ at, took a snap with our hard working ladies.