The Suno Resort 2013 lookbook, shot by photographer Christelle De Castro, parallels the set design motifs to the prints used throughout the collection. Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis, the designers of Suno, took a casual comfortable direction with their resort collection this season.
Tapered outfits of black and white, bell shaped cloaks, plasticized belts, and oversized cardigans took over the Phillip Lim Showroom last Tuesday in New York. Lim’s inspiration for his Fall 2012 collection stemmed from the idea of a modern-day superhero. After seeing the collection, I would have to agree that wearing any of Lim’s ‘modern […]
Album Artwork: Christine Rojek, Kate Berman BUY HERE The accident child of electronic pop is a product of Kodacrome‘s latest EP, Perla. The Brooklynite trio experiment with bourgeois synths and atypical sounds to breed their debut self-produced work featuring Modern Man, initially acoustic-abiding turned beat blowout which lyrically abandons the old-school breadwinner of machismo. Cinch that […]
Here is a selections of beautiful New York City lofts and apartment interiors, all from interior architecture agency Messana O’Rorke. “Founded in 1996 in New York City, Messana O’Rorke is a dynamic and evolving practice with a commitment to
New York, NY March 21st – March 30 Chelsea Triangle, Meatpacking
“26 Typewriters” is a beautiful project by New York based Exit Creative Company – They commissioned photographer duo Ioulex to capture each machine on 35mm and medium format film shooting more than 150 before narrowing the selection down to the final 26. Typewriter lovers will enjoy their 36-page limited edition book or their prints available now […]
Angelo Musco‘s work just can’t be absorbed in a glance. The photographer-slash-artist’s pieces are composed of thousands of human figures intricately and densely packed on panels as large as 8 x 20 feet, Forming shapes that look almost like outer space bone MRI scans. Angelo, with almost
Inspired by the amazing success of Chelsea’s High line, architect James Ramsey and Dan Barasch introduced the Delancey Underground project, aiming to convert an unused trolley terminal beneath Delancey Street (just under the Essex Street Market) into an extraordinary subterranean public park– nicknamed the “LowLine.” Local businesses, residents, community leaders, and political stakeholders alike have
Sculptor Jim Hodges (1957) created a compelling installation at Barbara Gladstone’s 21st St. location in NY, grouping 4 large scale boulders around a central void. Hodges replaced part of the original surface of the rock with vibrantly colored stainless steel casts offs. Part of an new body of work that extends to
This dreamy New York loft (listed at $19.5M) was designed by renowned Architect Michael Haverland. He cleverly used industrial conduits and materials (concrete, steel, walnut finishes, natural light, and hand-blown glass) to create a very clean and luminous modern look, while managing to keep the volume of the space and harnessing a warm environment.