to learn more about the global event, click here.
i travelled out to williamsburg with my buddy for an outdoor art/music festival…was awestruck by this collaborative installation at live with animals.
the show is called “fit for habitation”…
210 kent ave. brooklyn, ny.
if you look around our site right now, you’ll find a few items that are embellished with studs/jewels via a process called heat sealing.
here, one of our knits designers – courtney – shows you how it’s done. :)
click here to view our heat-sealed items!
for fp’s september catalog, our creative director found some of her inspiration in jack pierson’s book, desire/despair.
hope you all enjoy this catalog! curious who your favorite model is…
if you’re in the big apple on sept 10th, come out and support fashion in all its glory…
fashion’s night out is a global initiative designed to engage and entertain and inspire consumers, and invigorate the economy and local industry.
in ny, participating stores will be hosting events from 6 til 11pm. champagne, designers, models…across all five boroughs! proceeds from the sale of their special fashion’s night out t-shirt will go toward the national september 11 memorial and museum. and there’s a clothing drive…AND! 13 other cities across the globe will be celebrating, too. support and celebrate!!!!
danielle buetti…perforated photos illuminated from behind w lightboxes.
via today and tomorrow…
my friend brooke is hosting a terrarium workshop in collaboration with arthur mag!!!
this is so cool…i’m definitely going.
sign up soon!
some cool pix of trainhoppin’ going live at benna’s cafe in philly on friday, sept 11th.
my grandfather used to jump on bethlehem steel cars from his farm into the “city”…always loved that image…i think you’ll love the ones taken by amelia merrick.
benna’s. corner of 8th and wharton.
opening 9/11 from 7 to 9pm.
at the onset of summer, a group of amazing designers/artists congregated to build 6 teepees at the surf lodge in montauk, ny – bob melet, mike diamond, robert mckinley, tracy feith and rogan gregory…all to benefit the local skate park there! how rad.
unfortunately, east hampton’s fire marshall demanded they be taken down soon after…but, kudos to these busy guys for giving their time and muscle for kids and what they love.
thanks for finding, meredith!