The combination of the lighting, upside down tree, doors, clouds, beautiful sky, and Tiffany’s jewelry locks, made for a breathtaking window display at Fifth Avenue.
Brook Farm General Store is a small shop on the south side of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. A neighborhood store, modeled on the traditional general stores of New York City, but with a modern interpretation. A store with a comfortable, inviting environment, selling well-made items from around the world. Vintage rolling pins, tea, soap, hammam towels, brushes, … Continue reading
Erica Corte Atelier: Change the context of simple commonplace hardware, giving it a new aesthetic feel.
Erica Corte’s philosophy is influenced by modern design based on the use of the raw and recycled materials. She changes the context of simple commonplace hardware, giving it a new aesthetic feel. She transforms ordinary recycled industrial materials into objects of sustainable beauty. She uses an experimental approach, intuitively joining ready made industrial components such … Continue reading
The shop offers off the rack and made-to-measure clothes, accessories and jewelry and is worth a visit for its “workshop in a store” concept and periodic art exhibits.
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
Tiffany & Co. 2011 Windows: A for Always, E for Embrace, R for Romance, T for Tiffany…
Yaaay! It’s the SALE season again in NYC!
I love the cold, industrial feel of these stainless steel bag collection on display. Hand-crafted by Wendy Stevens.
Everything you see is a mirror: the walls, the ceiling, even the floor. To add to the complexity of the space, they added three pivoting mirror mobiles to reflect the surface in each window.