Posts Tagged: Museum Of The City Of New York

Rosario Candela 770 and 778 Park Avenue, 2018. Photo by Rob Stephenson, courtesy of the photographer Rosario Candela – Elegance in the Sky

In early 20th century New York City, as many affluent residents were gradually abandoning their mansions and townhouses for apartments, few created the allure of luxury high rise living as did architect Rosario Candela. In the stylish interwar era, Candela played a major role in transforming the skyline and key neighborhoods of NYC such as Park and Fifth Avenues as well as Sutton Place.…
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Thank You Elle Decor

Photo: Courtesy of the MCNY Thank you Elle Decor for asking me to contribute to your Design Insiders’ Weekly Finds! I was thrilled to be included!
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Notorious & Notable

One of the events I am eagerly awaiting this fall starts during Fashion Week on September 14th but extends through January 3rd. It is an exhibit at The Museum of the City of New York entitled Notorious & Notable: 20th Century Women of Style.…
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