Category Archives: Design

The Low Line

The Delancey Underground, nicknamed “The Low Line,” is an exciting new project proposal for New York’s Lower East Side. Innovation in its true sense.

Image credit: James Ramsey, Dan Barasch, R. Boykin Curry IV


The Archdaily article


The Mills at Lowell, MA

I had the great opportunity to tour the old textile mills in Lowell, MA. It was incredible seeing the old processes (state-of-the-art at the time), and helped me appreciate the great efforts and sacrifices people made to create the textile industry that we know today. Textiles from here were shipped all over the United States until the mid twentieth century. Now…it’s just vintage Americana.

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Gaga’s Workshop @ Barneys

Take a trip to the Men’s Fifth Floor ¬†at Barneys on Madison Avenue & you’ll have quite the surprise!

Lady Gaga’s collection of fabulously insane products is featured with part of the proceeds supporting her Born This Way Foundation.

See all the products here.

Barneys Gaga’s Workshop Windows

A unique approach, and I like it.

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Check out my post tomorrow showing inside the workshop….

Moods of Norway

I first went to a Moods of Norway store while in Oslo this past summer. Color, pattern, and lots of things to make you both fashionable and happy!

Here’s a little of what they have going on with their Autumn/Winter 2011 Men’s Collection.

Fishs Eddy

I visited Fishs Eddy – a fabulous dishwares store – while in NYC this weekend. I could wander through there for hours with their endless dishes, accessories, gifts, nick-nacks, and more.

I also found this great little video about them…

It is so much fun, and there is something for everyone.

Runway – Alexander McQueen Spring/Summer 2012

Edge and femininity. The gold, the black, and the lavender. Beautiful.