It was Patrik Ervell’s turn to transform the TriBeCa-spot where Nicola Formichetti opened a pop-up shop a few weeks ago into his own (temporary) space. For this project, which is part of BOFFO Building Fashion 2011, Ervell collaborated with London-based artist Graham Hudson. Ervell’s love for the use of innovative and unusual fabrics like gold ..read more..
This week’s Time Magazine is all about money. On the cover two piles of banknotes: a high pile of dollar bills and a much smaller one of the same green bills. The supporting text ‘the richest 20% of households own 85% of the wealth’ is almost superfluous. The ideal of the American Dream that everyone ..read more..
The past two weeks New York City was under the spell of Nicola Formichetti’s pop-up shop. Of course I had to see this mirrored place with my own eyes, and admitting that it was quite an experience, I think there is enough written about this piece of shopping-art. Fortunately, there are always enough exciting things ..read more..
Everyone knows New York City’s world famous Central Park. A green oasis in the middle of Manhattan, a perfect place to leave the city’s hectic life for a moment. But there are more beautiful green spots, like Battery Park in the south, Prospect Park in Brooklyn, the green zones along the Hudson River and my ..read more..