Kate Spade New York is all about color, graphic prints, fun and playful sophistication in their collection of accessories, clothing, jewelry, shoes, fragrances and more. Not only do they look chic, they actual make you smile.
French porcelain maker Bernardaud showcases beautiful, well crafted pieces for home and restaurants. In business for more than 150 years they are a major player in French luxury and the international decorative arts scene.
Gino Miles – Echo, 2016. Bronze on granite base, hand cut and welded, sculpture also turns. Long-Sharp Gallery, New York.
Rock and Roll is here to stay at John Varvatos’ new store in Westfield World Trade Center, New York. Housed in the Oculus building, the well merchandised store tells you immediately what to expect with great jackets, sneakers, relaxed tees and oxfords, along with fabulous scarfs and other pieces to complete any wardrobe. Iconic photographs… Continue reading Rock And Roll Is Here To Stay
Handmade jewelry from Nishkami as seen in Harlem Day 2016. Featured piece: Choker made from a combination of brass, copper, silver and iron with cloth backing.
Midtown, New York City
Jean Dubuffet – Welcome Parade, 1974-2008 polyurethane paint on epoxy.
The variety, quality, design, style and creativity of street vendors are many times under appreciated. The next design/product star may just be a street fair or one stall away.
At Sugarfina candy is always a good idea! Whether trying their Rosé infused gummie bears of creating your own candy bento box, this gourmet candy boutique delivers wonderful array of choices. The premium candy and treats are sourced from artisans around the world and the US.
Photographer Mel Rosenthal lived in the South Bronx, New York at time of downward transformation. This was happening during the 1970s due to loss of manufacturing jobs and municipal services, plummeting property values, rampant arson and the exodus of residents. His striking images are about the people who had to live through those tough times… Continue reading The Past Doesn’t Always Dictate The Future