Is there a better way to spend a summer afternoon in New York than on a rooftop lounge? Very unlikely. This summer’s Cactus de Cartier event at the Cartier Fifth Avenue Maison marries Southwest style and colors with the elegance of Cartier. The collection is a divergence from their traditional source of inspiration and a… Continue reading Cactus De Cartier
Korean design inspiration on view at the 21st annual textile trade show – Korean Preview in New York. Browse through offerings from 60 of Korea’s top manufacturers and be inspired at the trend tables showing what’s next in fabric, print, patterns and colors for fall/winter 2018. A good resource for fashion industry professionals to explore… Continue reading Korea + New York
Giò Ponti and Piero Fornasetti – Unique “Madrepore” dining table and set of four armchairs, 1950. Lithographic transfer-printed wood, painted wood, brass, glass, silk. Phillips Auction, New York. Designed by Ponti, made by the master cabinetmaker, Giordano Chiesa, and decorated by Fornasetti.
St. Ives Mixing Bar pop-up shop in Soho, New York where you can mix your own lotion or facial scrub. Pick from a list of 100% natural exfoliants, extracts, or moisturizer and staff will mix and prepare before you leave the store your own uniquely personalized product. Entire process takes about 15 minutes with most… Continue reading St. Ives Mixing Bar
Annual Gay Pride Parade in New York City today, capping off a month of activities. The parade is the largest one in the world where everyone comes together to celebrate and have fun showing love is always the common denominator among all of us.
Interior decor at Holly Hunt New York showroom. West Texas native Holly Hunt started her career in retail later to become a designer that was credited with helping to raise the bar in the interior design industry.
Jean Royère and Gianfranco Frattini chairs from the 1950’s at Phillips Auction, New York.