New York Fashion Week debut of Brazilian brand Farm Rio De Janeiro. Farm is inspired by the Carioca girl lifestyle captured in a brilliant array of colors, prints and patterns. Also part of the presentation is Cuban inspired men’s RTW brand Cubavera. Lots of great colors, prints, pattern combinations – inspiring and on trend for… Continue reading Farm Style
Cosmetics brand Rituals is continuing their expansion into to the US with this midtown Manhattan store. Their mantra – “The idea is simple: happiness can be found in the smallest of things” holds true throughout the store. Beautiful decor and fabulous products makes it nearly impossible to walk out without a shopping bag.
Emile Robert – Pair of Gates, 1900 wrought iron. Art Nouveau style from France. Brooklyn Museum, New York.
Sam Francis – Untitled. 1986. Phillips Auction, New York.
Art in the courtyard at Jim Kempner Fine Art, New York. Works by Boaz Vaadia and Charlie Hewitt
Pablo Picasso – Three Musicians, 1921 oil on canvas. Museum of Modern Art, New York.
Christopher Street in New York City is considered an Ellis Island for gender identity. Famed photographer Mark Seliger presents a brilliant series of black and white images about the people and their complex stories with Christopher Street as the backdrop. The exhibition is a celebration of the neighborhood and the LGBTQ community with Seliger commenting that “Their faces are… Continue reading On Christopher Street
Zanele Muholi – ZaVa, Arles, 2013. Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York.
Great day at the New York showroom at Robin’s Jean, a brand that celebrates nonconformity with a little rock and roll, motorcycle chic and meant to be seen designs – more is more. Los Angeles based brand Robin’s Jean is designed and founded by Robin Chretien who immigrated to the US from Lyon, France in 1996.… Continue reading Stand Out Don’t Blend In
Bryan Graf – The Sun Room exhibition at Yancey Richardson Gallery, New York. Featured image: The Sun Room, 2016 chromogenic print.