The Hunter Boots pop-up shop in Grand Central Station’s Vanderbilt Hall is set up like a traditional glass greenhouse complete with mist and moss.

Saturday, October 21, 2017 · Categories: Consumer IntelligenceVisual Merchandising and Display FashionFootwearMarketing and AdvertisingRetail and E-tail


A huge clock — which shows the days and hours left until Donald Trump’s presidential term is up — was mounted at the end of June, during a comedy event.


Saturday, October 14, 2017 · Categories: Art and Photography

Gigi Hadid

Supermodel and social media star, Gigi Hadid, has partnered with Maybelline to launch her own line of cosmetics

Wednesday, October 11, 2017 · Categories: Social Media & Networking Beauty and HealthFashionModels

Downton Abbey

Come November 18 New Yorkers can explore the glamorous world of the hit show Downton Abbey in real life!

Tuesday, October 10, 2017 · Categories: Film and TelevisionVisual Merchandising and Display Museums and Art GalleriesFashionVintage


A new Dale Chihuly sculpture was unveiled Friday, Oct. 6 2017, in Union Square Park, New York.

Friday, October 06, 2017 · Categories: Architecture and Design

David Bowie

The much-lauded exhibition “David Bowie Is” is coming to the Brooklyn Museum from March 2 to July 15 2018.

Friday, October 06, 2017 · Categories: Museums and Art GalleriesFashionFashion Blogs

Eric Wilson of The New York Times
Lilly Pulitzer, the Palm Beach princess of prints who created an enduring fashion uniform for wealthy socialites and jet setters almost by accident, died on Sunday at her home in Florida. She was 81.


Friday, April 12, 2013 · Categories: FashionHistoryTextiles & Materials

My favorite TV show of all time, Mad Men, returns this Sunday which gives me an excuse to post new photographs of Don, Megan, Joan et al. Jace Lacob of The Daily Beast describes the season premier entitled, The Doorway, as “beautiful and bravura, —gorgeously written by Weiner and directed by Scott Hornbacher— I can’t wait. 

Tuesday, April 02, 2013 · Categories: Film and TelevisionFashionMenswearVintage

Tilda Swinton sleeps in glass box for art installation at MoMA. The Guardian reports that Tilda Swinton has reprised her occasional role of a woman sleeping in a glass box, this time taking the art-house performance to New York. Visitors to the Museum of Modern Art were treated over the weekend to a view of the Scottish actor in a state of slumber for a piece titled The Maybe. It was also noted by The Los Angeles Times that twitter was amused. Read them using the #TheMaybe hashtag.
In a brief description of the work, a notice by the installation states: “The Maybe 1995/2013. Living artist, glass, steel, mattress, pillow, linen, water and spectacles.”

Monday, March 25, 2013 · Categories: Social Media & Networking Art and PhotographyLifestyle

Mashable reports that Beyonce Knowles is using her Tumblr page to give fans a taste of her newest album. Knowles dropped the song “Bow Down/I Been On” Sunday, along with a picture of her as a child wearing a floor-length, taffeta pink dress complete with tiara (obviously, the singer has always been a trendsetter)

Sunday, March 17, 2013 · Categories: Social Media & Networking Consumer IntelligenceMusic and EntertainmentTrend AnalysisFashionFashion BlogsLifestyle

CNN is reporting that the Internet sensation known as Grumpy Cat has been holding court during SXSW at the Mashable House, a temporary lounge run by the tech-news site. People have stood for hours, in lines snaking around the block, to get their picture taken with her! 
Oscar-winning filmmaker Danny Boyle (“Slumdog Millionaire”) was doing an interview a few feet away Saturday, but people crowded past him for a glimpse of the cat.
Grumpy Cat, an 11-month-old mixed breed whose whose real name is Tartar Sauce, has ignored them all. Mostly she sleeps in a cat bed while fans pass by to pose next to her. Instead of smiling, many of them make pouty faces of their own. Through it all, Grumpy Cat has remained unimpressed.

Saturday, March 09, 2013 · Categories: Animals and Animal Companions Social Media & Networking Consumer Intelligence

Dita Von Teese did more than show off her curves at Manhattan’s Ace Hotel Monday night. The burlesque star and fashion icon also modeled what designers Michael Schmidt and Francis Bitonti are billing the world’s first fully articulated three-dimensionally printed gown. Created in conjunction with apid-prototyping marketplace Shapeways, the Fibbonaci-inspired mesh number consists of thousands of laser-sintered nylon components, dyed black, lacquered, and embellished with more than 13,000 Swarovski crystals to achieve its “sensual flowing form.”

Friday, March 08, 2013 · Categories: Consumer IntelligenceTechnology and ComputersFashionCelebrity

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