Truly breathtaking. NYC-based artist Valerie Hegarty’s artwork often poses as artifacts of art history gone awry.
Back in 1981 when he was only 22, a photographer from Florida named Christopher Morris was interning at New York photo agency Black Star, and was eager to make his mark.
So over a six-month period in 1981, Morris embedded himself in the world of the New York subway system.
We’d die for you, Mr. Tisci! For the Pre-Fall 2014 season, Givenchy offers up power woman glam. Incorporating furs, power suits, the now signature Givenchy tribal print, and even a holographic sleeved dress into the new collection.
DESIGN: Manhattan in the Grand Canyon by Gus Petro
Swiss photographer Gus Petro traveled to New York City, where he was struck by its density. Then he traveled to the Grand Canyon, where he was struck by its emptiness. Petro combined the photos he took of both locations in a super cool series of photos called “Merge.” More after the jump:
#DESIGN: ANDY WARHOLD’S NYC TOWNHOUSE FOR SALE
Andy Warhol's former 3,072-square-foot townhouse, located on Lexington Ave in New York, has just gone on the market for $5.795 million USD (approx. £3.75 million). The artist originally bought the house for $60,000 USD back in 1959 and lived there for 15 years, sharing the Carnegie Hill-area home with his mother.
#DESIGN: INEZ AND VINOODH’S BOHEMIAN NYC LOFT
One of our favorite fashion photographer duos, Inez and Vinoodh had their beautiful 3400 Sqft Lower East Side Loft featured in Architectural Digest.