Spring is just a breath away and nothing conveys the promise of New York’s burst of daffodils, tulips and cherry blossoms like a rush of color on Fifth Avenue. Always fascinated by the patterns and colored emitted from light traveling through a prism, David Hoey and team commissioned artist Sean Slaney to create a hand-cut, … Continue reading
Bergdorf Goodman Fifth Avenue windows now host neutral territories… But with a wry smile. Blending Spring’s Neutral palette against a blank canvas and familiar vintage mannequin parts, Hoey highlights a delicate assortment of shoes, accessories and Ready-to-Wear pieces. Hiding behind this tranquil display is David’s signature wit: seemingly towering vintage mannequins that peek through a … Continue reading
Bicycle, velocipede, roller skate, airplane, scooter, car, luggage carrier, tire, wheelbarrow, wagon…
Specially-printed bandannas were a significant part of the political arena in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By 1800, bandannas were being produced to commemorate events such as the American Revolution and the Federal Period.
How to Celebrate Chinese New Year? Although it is always in January or February, the Chinese New Year does not fall on the same date each year. This year Chinese New Year is on February 3, 2011. It is the year of the Rabbit. 1. Research Chinese New Year 2. Clean your home in time … Continue reading