Tagged: NYC

Cooking with Dimes

Cooking with Dimes

We visit the Chinatown apartment of Sabrina de Sousa to chat with her and her co-founder Alissa Wagner about their resturant, Dimes.  

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Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

Carmen Herrera at Lisson Gallery

The Lisson Gallery debuts its first New York City space with an exhibition of unflinching compositions by the art worlds centenarian darling, Carmen Herrera.

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Introducing: Luisa Et La Luna

Introducing: Luisa Et La Luna

We are very happy to welcome the brand new progressive, high-end womenswear label, Luisa Et La Luna to Need Supply Co. for its first season. While the label is unapologetically contemporary—the predominant hue in its seasonal palette is clean white—it’s also whimsical and playful. Paris via NYC, with a fanciful name sounds like the title of a Saint-Exupéry novel—maybe […]

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CLOG: World Trade Center

CLOG: World Trade Center

Freedom Tower has been topped out, the ribbons cut and the missives launched. The consensus from across the spectrum so far? Epic fail. Or at least, a massive missed opportunity and disappointing anticlimax for the most anticipated American architectural project of the century so far. And so, there has never been a more appropriate time […]

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Chinatown, New York City

Chinatown, New York City

Chinatown is a city in itself. A tidal restlessness permeates the neighborhood, as does the distinct aroma of fresh fish and damp cigarettes. People move quickly here, but not in the tight, choreographed shuffle of the typical Midtowner — it involves more ducking and turning, a lot more cursing and tripping over small children and […]

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Introducing: Grei NYC

Introducing: Grei NYC

GREI is a New York City accessories line that specializes in subtle and superlative—their products are the kind of quietly distinguished pieces every solid wardrobe should have more of. The brand has also become known for indigo hand dying, something that, like its all-NYC production, is a learn-by-doing balancing act that adds charm and depth to […]

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TWA Flight Center

TWA Flight Center

Few paragons of architecture are more exalted and less accessible than Eero Saarinen’s Trans World Airlines (TWA) Flight Center at John F. Kennedy Airport. Today, passage via the vermilion-carpeted gateways—which now lead from Jet Blue’s Terminal 5—is generally possible only during Open House New York, and this year marked the Flight Center’s last public opening before undergoing major renovations. […]

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NY Art Book Fair 2014

NY Art Book Fair 2014

Last decade’s vision of the future, in which e-ink and bendy displays supplanted CMYK and binding, never quite panned out. Instead, as fast, reactive content has left paper for screen, print has only become better, smaller and more special but by no means less relevant. Nowadays, there’s nothing quite so curmudgeonly as declaring print dead. Should […]

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Meet the Maker: Steven Alan Video

Meet the Maker: Steven Alan Video

We recently held our 10th Meet the Maker event with Steven Alan. He traveled to Richmond, Virginia to introduce his fall collection and meet and chat with an audience of fans from all over. He talked to us about his love for photography, passion for great product, and learning about the fashion industry all before […]

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Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

Human Being Journal: Issue 2 Launch

To celebrate the release of Issue 2 of our in-house publication Human Being Journal, we packed up and traveled from Richmond, Virginia to New York City and invited all of our friends and family to party with us. Special thanks to Space LES for hosting us, DJ Lucas Walters for playing the jams, Heineken for providing […]

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