Easily one of the best museum shows of 2021 – Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams at the Brooklyn Museum, on view through February 20, 2022. It chronicles the design house from the beginning under Mr. Dior himself and all the other designers that followed – Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, Gianfranco Ferré, John Galliano, Raf… Continue reading Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams
New York is welcoming back everyone with live performances, reopened venues, music and lots of fun. The energy of the city never went away just in hibernation after the difficult last year, now ready to bounce back with the wonderful things it’s known for. NYC Next is a grassroots group of volunteers that came together… Continue reading I ❤️ NY
Holiday House Hamptons is back for the fourth year presented by HC&G. This year features a new selection of top interior designers who transformed a modern barn-style estate into a marvelous show house. Proceeds from Holiday House benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Tickets are still available through August 4, 2019. Featured image: Mar Silver… Continue reading Holiday House Hamptons 2019
Today was the 13th annual Dance Parade in New York City, promoting dance as an unifying and expressive art form. The parade featured more than 80 unique styles and had one of the world’s largest display of cultural diversity in dance.
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.
When there is little color, make some. Russian artist Syuzanna Kamara said when she looks out the window on a typical Moscow day she normally sees shades of grey so she paints with bold color. Some of the many beautiful pieces at Artexpo New York. For 40 years Artexpo New York showcases innovative artists, galleries… Continue reading Make Some Color
You Are An Orchestra You A Bomb – Cig Harvey’s photography exhibition at Robert Mann Gallery, NY. She is a master at visual storytelling featuring mundane subjects of everyday life making they feel special through her lens.
Harry Bertoia sounding sculpture and 3 monotypes, 1970. Phillips Auction, NY.
Holiday decorations from Pottery Barn and Bergdorf Goodman.