Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination at The Met Cloisters in Fort Tyron Park, NY. Featured image: Dolce and Gabbana Olivier Theyskens Maison Valentino John Galliano for Christian Dior Chanel Maison Valentino Viktor and Rolf Phillip Treacy
A bit of New England this weekend in Dover, New Hampshire.
It isn’t easy for designers to find the right raw materials for their products but thanks to these trade shows they at least have a start: Texworld USA, Première Vision New York and Functional Fabric Fair. Featured image: Texworld USA Texworld U.S.A. Apparel Sourcing and Home Sourcing expo summer 2018 NY edition at the Javits… Continue reading Designer Eye Candy
Yesterday was the start of UBM Fashion’s Men and Women Show in NYC: Fame, Accessories The Show, Project (Men & Women) and MRKET. Here are a few highlights… Designer showcase Italo Ferretti Ted Baker Vigoss Molly Bracken America and Beyond Mustard Seed En Creme Wow Couture
St. Ives mixing bar is back for the summer in NYC and online. Can’t wait to try my custom blend Rose and Argan lotion. But I do miss last year’s blend – Honey Ginger.
On view at Guggenheim Museum in NY through September 12, 2018, Giacometti – a comprehensive exhibition in collaboration with the Giacometti Foundation in Paris. Alberto Giacometti (1906-1966) investigated the human figure in his works of bronze, plaster, oil and drawings. Giacometti was born in the Swiss village of Borgonovo, later moving to Paris in 1922… Continue reading Giacometti
Pablo Picasso – Pitcher and a Bowl of Fruit (Pichet et coupe de fruits), 1931 oil on canvas. Guggenheim Museum, NY.
The Neue Galerie in NY currently has an exhibition featuring Austrian artist Gustav Klimt and in their permanent collection designers Adolf Loos and Josef Hoffmann. Even though the post features Austrian artists only the museum mostly showcases both Austrian and German artists. Gustav Klimt Decorative Arts Adolf Loos and Josef Hoffmann’s furniture designs from the… Continue reading Austrian Creative
New York based artist Rob Wynne works in a variety of mediums but recently has been experimenting with molten glass, using hand-poured and mirrored glass in a series of large-scale installations at the Brooklyn Museum. The juxtaposition of Wynne’s work against classic sculptures made in the 1800’s by American artist Randolph Rogers is modern yet… Continue reading FLOAT
Brooklyn Museum presents David Bowie Is exhibition that explores the artist’s personal archive with his innovative collaborations, bold characters he created and how his evolution as a performer inspired many people.