Founded in 2013 by Dana Glaeser, Slightly Alabama is a brand of leather goods and a small atelier producing limited quantity leather bags, wallets, belts, cases and accessories. Along with Arthouse Books, this well curated store in NYC offers a mix of handcrafted American made goods, vintage records, first edition books and a few wonderful… Continue reading Slightly Alabama
How do you blend Hong Kong and London roots with a Manhattan luxury sensibility and a Brooklyn downtown vibe? Ask Klive D’Farley. His luxury interior design background along with his eclectic sense of style are perfectly blended in his Williamsburg home. The majority of his furniture are pieces he found on the streets of NY… Continue reading Design + Style + Music
Dominican Pride and Style on display today during the Dominican Day Parade in NYC. Lots of joy, laughter, music, dancing, style and cultural pride. 🇩🇴 Singer Prince Royce was the Grand Marshall.
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.
Magical design studios. Dapper Lou Love the styling, love the photography, love the choice of subjects, love Dapper Studios. The End. Signe Bay Signe Bay – stylist, baker, and photographer from Copenhagen, Denmark lures you into a trance with her magical images. They entice you to leap inside or at least imagine experiencing the moment… Continue reading Design And Style – Friday
47th annual India Day Parade in New York City, featuring lots of color, music, food and pride in celebration of Indian culture. Actor Rana Daggubati and actress Tamannaah Bhatia, stars of the popular Indian fiction film, Baahubali, served as the parade’s grand marshals.
Celebrating Dominican pride today during the 2017 Dominican Republic Day Parade in New York City.
Play at your own risk! Lunchtime music at Gansevoort Market NYC.
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.
Scenes from the 2017 Puerto Rican Day Parade in New York.