Black was the vision at Junya Watanabe’s AW 14-15 collection. A rich patchwork of textures and materials: velvets, satins, silk, lace, leather, brocades—Wantanabe’s all black palette was full of possibilities.
This seasons’ couture collections brought on a refreshing breeze of change and relevance. There were clothes that moved freely with the body, sneakers and a feeling that couture was heading in a new direction—one which actually reflects the way modern women dress and want to dress.
Restoration Hardware, the home furnishing company with more than 80 stores across the US, unveiled their new art platform, RH Contemporary Art last night in their impressive six-story, 28,000-square-foot space on West 16th Street.
With a storied and rich history dating back to the 18th century, and one of the most sought-after locations in …
Revered amongst designers and a rising force in the art world — Jonathan Zawada has contributed much to our visual culture over the past decade. Never bound by medium, his works all share a unique approach and unwavering curiosity for exploring new and unchartered territories.
Converging the worlds of fashion, art, culture, and luxury, Paola Russo’s year-old boutique Just One Eye breaks away from the standard L.A. retail mould, bringing a fresh approach to the retail experience.