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Best Dressed Competition at Art After Dark: The MOA Gala

Here's how you can win!

Ignacio Zuloaga y Zabaleta (Éibar, 1870 – Madrid, 1945). 'Mrs. William Randolph Hearst,' 1923. Oil on canvas, H 213 x W 141 cm. Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York, NY. Gift of Mrs. William Randolph Hearst, Jr., 1964. LA183. Photo © The Hispanic Society of America, New York. Mrs. William Randolph Hearst

Art After Dark is January 26, and it's not just any Art After Dark! We're celebrating the opening of Spain and the Hispanic World by rolling out the red carpet for the first ever MOA Gala! Formal attire is requested, and one or more stylish attendees will be awarded the honor of "Best Dressed!"

Here's how to enter:

  1. Wear your best fit to the Gala (7-10 PM)
  2. Take a photo or video of your outfit at the event
  3. Share it on Instagram and tag us in the post or story (@byumoa) by 10 PM
  4. If your profile is set to private, DM us a screenshot of your post so we can see it
  5. Our jury will select one or more winners (such as "Best Individual," "Best Couple," "Best Group," "Most Likely to Stop Traffic," or "Best-in-theme-with-the-exhibition") and begin distributing prizes the following week

We'll share as many entries as we can to our Instagram story, and you can help us choose winners by reacting to the photos! This contest is open to everyone, so start planning your red carpet look!