Tag: new york

what’s on:  the scribe’s house

what’s on: the scribe’s house

Anthropologie is proud to debut The Scribe’s House by Argentinean artist Pablo Lehmann. The installation — vestiges of an imaginary living space crafted from the pages of discarded books — explores the power of language and comprehension. It captures the tension between words, shape, meaning […]

in the news: buy carrie’s apartment

in the news: buy carrie’s apartment

Back before the movies and the prequel series, did you ever watch Sex and the City and wish you could live in Carrie’s apartment? Well, now you can! Sort of. The building at 64 Perry Street, which served as the facade for Carrie’s apartment for […]

lusting for: sidewalks of new york scarf

lusting for: sidewalks of new york scarf

Autumn is definitely on the way. There’s a crispness to the mornings and when I woke up 30 mins earlier than normal today, it was still dark! I’ve already professed my love for cooler-weather clothing and scarves are definitely one of my favourite ways to […]

lusting for: draga obradovic furniture

lusting for: draga obradovic furniture

I’m preparing to move apartments (again!) and I can’t help but covet gorgeous pieces of furniture that would help turn my casa into my castle. I’m particularly enamoured with the work of Draga Obradovic, whose designs are currently featured in Anthropologie’s Rockefeller Center gallery as […]

friday film: a tour of the met’s mcqueen exhibit

friday film: a tour of the met’s mcqueen exhibit

Let’s stick with the week’s theme of McQueen for today’s Friday film. As mentioned in Tuesday’s round-up of the best dressed stars at the Met’s Costume Institute Gala, the museum’s new exhibit, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, opened this week. The exhibit features around 100 of […]

best dressed at the met costume institute gala

best dressed at the met costume institute gala

It’s been a big few days for the Alexander McQueen camp – there was that little wedding on Friday and then last night, it was the Met Costume Institute Gala, which coincides with the opening of the institute’s McQueen tribute, Savage Beauty. The event is […]

in the news: louboutin hates comfort

in the news: louboutin hates comfort

In an interview with The New Yorker marking the 20th anniversary of his company, shoe maestro Christian Louboutin has revealed that he hates comfort. “I hate the whole concept of comfort,” he says. “It’s like when people say, ‘Well, we’re not really in love, but […]

friday film: moncler grenoble nyfw a/w 2011

friday film: moncler grenoble nyfw a/w 2011

With my impending move to Switzerland getting closer and closer, I’ve been checking out the winter-wear at New York Fashion Week. One of the most Swiss-appropriate shows was the Moncler Grenoble show, featuring fabulously fashionable ski wear. The show also came with an added bonus […]

lusting for: beyond the quarter

lusting for: beyond the quarter

It seems my new year’s resolution to buy only accessories lasted just a few days – I caved at the first Anthropologie sale of the year last Tuesday! I did manage to pick up the A Winter’s Night Skirt (which I’ve been lusting for since […]

in the news: mcqueen at the institute

in the news: mcqueen at the institute

The Valentino Retrospective may be drawing to a close at GoMA in Brisbane this weekend but today we’ve heard news of another great designer retrospective. Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty will open at the Costume Institute Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on 4 May […]

design a window display for bergdorf’s

design a window display for bergdorf’s

Festive window displays seem to be popping up all over town and if you’ve been looking at them thinking, “I could do better than that”, now’s your chance. New York department store Bergdorf Goodman is famous for its holiday windows and this year, they’re giving […]