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La Nuit En Rosé NYC In A Chelsea Warehouse

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On February 5th, La Nuit en Rosé NYC hosted another great edition of the event, in a warehouse in Manhattan!

The DJ has a great music line up and the wine stations were spread around the warehouse. Everyone was having a great time learning about and tasting all of the different variations of rosé available that night.

http://nuitrose.com


Printsource New York Makes It Fun To Work With Prints

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If you work in the “Print” industry, meaning Fashion, Interior Design, etc, then Printsource New York is definitely an yearly event you should attend!

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As we’ve mentioned before, New York City is the #1 Fashion Capital in the world! How exciting is it to live here, right? Well, if you’re work in the Fashion industry, then this is definitely the right city for you! (We believe it’s actually the right city for everyone, regardless. Ha!)

Anyway, Printsource New York hosts 2 shows a year and is focused, of course, on prints! They present hundreds of collections by amazing studios and agents from around the world. They come from countries like U.S.A., Australia, England, Italy, Denmark, The Netherlands, France, Spain and many other.

The show features industries such as: menswear, children’s clothing and women’s apparel. Plus, bed and bath, kitchen and tabletop. Not to mention, they also have suppliers for paper goods and stationery, wall coverings, window fashions, as well as other surface and textile design applications.

“As the primary hub for the world’s top creative talent, Printsource New York showcases dozens of original and vintage textile design collections for apparel, home textiles and paper goods.”

Fantastic right?

Important buyers and dedicated exhibitors get together during these days with the promise of giving to the world more color and light! We love it!

In addition, we offer customized Fashion Tours & Experiences for businesses coming to New York for trend research and technical visits.

So, be sure to schedule your trip to New York, close to the upcoming Printsource date. This way, we are able to organize a rich and enlightening agenda for you and your team.

Our experts also work in catering different Study Tours during other dates throughout the year, where these big business events occur. Therefore, if you work in any other industry and would like a customized Study Tour, contact us.

Dates: August 9 + 10, 2016

Location: Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 West 18th Street

www.printsourcenewyork.com


Photo Credit: Printsource New York Inc.
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Paul Kasmin Gallery: Modern And contemporary Art Gallery In NYC

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Paul Kasmin Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in NYC that represents several generations of internationally recognized painters, sculptors, photographers and filmmakers.

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As we mentioned before, we love art! Paul Kasmin Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in NYC, is another spot to add to your cultural list while your in NYC. If you’re a local and have never been there, you’re definitely missing out on some pretty cool works!

To start, the gallery first opened in the neighborhood of Soho, in the year of 1989.

“We have developed a program in which the work of historic Modernist and Post-War artists is in constant dialogue with that of mid-career and established contemporary artists.”

They represent some fantastic artists like: Deborah Kass, Roxy Paine, Walton Ford and a few other powerful names.

Currently, with three addresses in the neighborhood of Chelsea, in Manhattan, they were part of Frieze New York. As the best galleries around, Paul Kasmin has been part of other renowned fairs like the Miami and Hong Kong Art Basel, TEFAF and ADAA.

These are the upcoming exhibitions at the Gallery:

1. Kenneth Noland: UNBALANCED on view at 515 W. 27th Street from January 28 – February 27, 2016.

2. Jules Olitski: Plexiglas, 1986, at 293 10th Avenue, from January 28 – February 27, 2016.

3. Lost Downtown, the gallery’s first solo exhibition by acclaimed photographer Peter Hujar which will be on view at 297 Tenth Avenue from January 28 to February 27, 2016.

Also, be sure to check their website to stay up to date with what’s happening there! They always have some unique and exclusive exhibitions.

Many of our reader are big fans of the contemporary art world.

With that in mind, and if you identify yourself with these guys, you might enjoy Martha Graham. Born in Pennsylvania, she was NYC’s modern dance queen that lived from 1894 – 1991. Plus, there are other countless fantastic contemporary art gallery in NYC too!

In addition, we have fantastic expert art guides to curate for you a customized cultural tour that you’ll certainly love! Tours can be in groups of 10-12 people max, but also we’re able to offer private ones if it’s what you desire! You name it, we do it!

If you’re coming to New York for a corporate event and need assistance to organize all a work/meeting sessions and leisure activities, our Corporate Service experts can help.

Hours: Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm

Locations:
293 10th Avenue
297 10th Avenue
515 West 27th Street

www.paulkasmingallery.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Paul Kasmin Gallery
*Last Update on Feb/2020.*

Foragers City Grocer: A Grocery, Restaurante And Wine Shop

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Foragers City Grocer is not only a grocer, but also a true farm-to-table restaurant and a wine shop. One of it’s locations in the super cool neighborhood of DUMBO, in Brooklyn!

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The Foragers City Grocer opened in 2005 in DUMBO and carries locally grown organic produce, pastured meats and fresh local dairy.

Foragers is your go-to destination for the best, carefully-selected, locally sourced, and artfully prepared food. The demand we saw for clean and ethical foods inspired us to open our market in Chelsea, which also includes a restaurant and wine shop.

All the products featured come from trusted producers, or hand picked from our own farm in Canaan, New York.

The clients like to know where their food is grown, processed and handled.

Plus, they are interested in learning about the entire process and being sure that they are consuming what there is best in the market!

So, as they explain:

“Our sourcing standards ensure that every product you find at our stores is made honestly with all natural ingredients, grown with integrity, and raised humanely.”

This type of market is right up our alley, so we love every single aspect of it, support them, and hope to spread the work to other like minded people.

In addition, the restaurant is called Table. It runs under the direction of Executive Chef, Nickolas Martinez, and is more than a farm-to-table restaurant. They also grow their own food! Therefore, besides a delicious dinner, you must try their brunch that happens on the weekends.

They have a store in Chelsea too. So, if you don’t want to commute all the way into Brooklyn, to shop, you have another great option!

And, if you want to explore other farm-to-table restaurants, we actually recommend heading upstate NY.

There are countless close by day trips that you can plan for a different weekend. For help organizing it all, contact our concierge experts. In sum, they can cater an exclusive and memorable experience for you!

For Corporate requests, contact us and let us know how we can assist.

Hours: Please visit website for store hours of each location.

Locations Market & Table:
56 Adams Street, DUMBO
300 West 22nd Street, Chelsea

Location Wines: 231 8th Avenue

https://foragersmarket.com


Photo Credits: Courtesy of Foragers City Grocer
*Last Update on March/2020.*

9 Best Speakeasies In New York City

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We contribute with New York content for Glamour Brazil. This post was about 9 best speakeasies in New York City that are secret spots!

Here is the Portuguese version and below, the English version:

In the US, Prohibition Era happened between the years of 1920 through 1933. During these years, the American Constitution banned the sale and manufacture of alcoholic beverages in the entire country! It did not take long for the black market liquor traffic to appear and quickly grow.

One of the most famous traffickers this time was the famous Al Capone! Consequently, bars hidden deep inside restaurants or in the basements of bakeries, spread across the country. These places were called “Speakeasy” and served illegal alcohol for customers!

In New York there are still several speakeasies around the city, but obviously today are all legal. Anyway, it’s always a thrill to go into one of these bars, as they remain hidden behind small doors or in secret rooms, in the most unlikely places!

We reveal 9 best speakeasies in New York City at some of the most sought after addresses:


55 Bar

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Located in the Greenwich Village, 55 Bar has wonderful jazz concerts, funk and blues nights, seven days a week!

It is one of the bars with the best vibe, incredible music, a more intimate place, where bands interact with the public, which in turn is laid back, the decor is super cool … and the best: zero tourists!

Surely a perfect place for those who want to feel like a real New Yorker!

Take a look at their website to see what is their upcoming events and bands playing. If you live in New York, be sure go to there too!

Location: 55 Christopher Street

www.55bar.com


Please Don’t Tell

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After entering a small hot dog restaurant called Crif Dog, in the East Village, you will see an old phone booth to your left. This cabin is actually the entrance to the speakeasy called Please Don’t Tell (great name, by the way!).

As you pick up the phone, you inform the hostess the number of people with you and she will open the door!

No doubt it will be a grand entrance! The place is gorgeous, with a full bar and it can get pretty packed!

Nonetheless, you will have a great time!

Location: 113 Saint Marks Place

http://pdtnyc.com


Apothéke

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Inside an old opium den located in the famous, hidden Doyers Street, in the heart of Chinatown, an Austrian named Albert Trummer, founded Apothéke.

Now, imagine a place where a mad scientist meets a mixologist in a place full of opium! It is strange!

This speakeasy is one of the most stylish in the city, with a bar offering more than 250 drinks and 500 bottles of liquor brought in from different parts of the world.

Mondays, Tuesdays and Sundays they have live music, but the coolest day is Wednesday with the house’s jazz band! Bewere of their dress code after 9pm – Elegant Sophisticated Attire – and you should be fine!

Location: 9 Doyers Street #1

www.apothekenyc.com


Bathtub Gin

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Hidden deep in a cafe in Chelsea, Bathtub Gin has a very good menu and an interesting beverage menu with elaborate cocktails!

The name of the bar is in homage to the homemade Gin, who during the years of Prohibition in the United States, was very popular. Bathtub Gin portrays the poor quality of the drink that was available during that time in the country.

The suggestion is to try to make a reservation to ensure that you’ll be able to get it, since it can be tough at the door. You can still be lucky enough to attend one of the burlesque shows that take place at night!

Location: 132 Ninth Avenue

www.bathtubginnyc.com


Here are a few more of the best speakeasies in New York City:

The Raines Law Room at Flatiron District – www.raineslawroom.com
Employees Only in the West Village – www.employeesonlynyc.com
Death & Company in the Lower East Side – www.deathandcompany.com
The Richardson in Williamsburg, Brooklyn – www.therichardsonnyc.com
Hotel Delmano in Williamsburg, Brooklyn – www.hoteldelmano.com

If you are looking to organize a unique company gathering for your team, we are sure our team of experts behind our Concierge Services will do a fantastic job.

But, if your in town with friends, family, or if you live here, but don’t have time to organize a dinner, your birthday, a small event, let us help you out!


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A Speakeasy bar in New York named Bathtub Gin

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Hidden in the back of a cafe in Chelsea, is Bathtub Gin a super cool Speakeasy bar in New York. It has a great menu and an even better cocktail selection.

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The bar’s name is an homage to Gin – the drink – that during the Prohibition Era in the United States, became very popular.

If you don’t really know what the Prohibition Era was, it’s ok. In short, it was a 13 year period between 1920 – 1933, where the production, commercialization, distribution and importation of alcoholic beverages was completely banned.

The name – Bathtub Gin – portrays the bad quality of the drink that was available back then in the Country. That was the name given to homemade Gin, of mostly of poor quality – as many of the other alcoholic drinks at the time.

Besides the homemade drinks, some people decided to open secret places not known to the vast public, that was used to service alcohol. They were usually hidden in basements and back rooms of businesses like laundry shops, groceries and cafés.

Today, New York City is the home of countless speakeasy bars.

Obviously, they are all legal today, but the thrill of keeping it a speakeasy remains and many people still do not know of their existence.

Bathtub Gin in Chelsea is one of these spots!

The décor is great with dim lights and a “vintagy” aspect to it. You can order small plates to share, that is a great option to taste a bit of everything you order. They also serve some great artisanal cheese and charcuterie. Last, if you have a sweet tooth, they have some dessert options, like the “toast your own s’mores”! Yum!

Our suggestion would be to try a reservation to avoid the crowded doors.

Plus, you can get lucky enough to see one of the burlesque shows that happen during the night.

If you loved this speakeasy bar in New York and want to explore a few other speakeasy options, you will certainly have fun and wont’ be disappointed.

Oh! If you find out new spots, share them in the comments below with us!

Hours:
Sunday: 4pm – 2am
Monday – Wednesday: 5pm – 2am
Thursday: 5pm – 3am
Friday: 5pm – 4am
Saturday: 4pm – 4am
Sunday Brunch: 1pm – 4pm

Location: 132 9th Avenue

http://bathtubginnyc.com


Photo Credit: Courtesy of Bathtub Gin
*Last Update on March/2020.*

Anthony Bourdain’s International Food Market In NYC Will be Giant

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We couldn’t be more excited with the new of the upcoming Bourdain Market – Anthony Bourdain’s International Food Market! We are huge fans, plus we’re confessed foodies, as you’ve probably noticed.

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UNFORTUNATELY THIS PROJECT WAS CANCELLED DUE TO ANTHONY BOURDAIN’S PASSING!

Everyone probably knows who Anthony Bourdain is, right? If you don’t, it’s ok, but it’s time for you to learn about him.

Bourdain is a super celebrity chef that travels the world tasting the best and most unusual food. Moreover, his TV program is a success and entertains fans across the globe!

He has recently announced his plans to open a 100,000 square foot International Food Market called Bourdain Market. The market is scheduled to be launched in 2019 and will be accommodated at SuperPier, on Pier 57 – just newly renovated!

In addition, the space will house a 1,500 sq ft oyster day, a farmers market, a teashop, a butcher, a yummy pastry store, a section with street food stands and a tapas bar. There is an ongoing discussion about an outdoor garden area, which hasn’t been yet settled to what it would offer.

“It’s a bit more chaotic than how the hawkers markets are organized [in Singapore],” says Stephen Wether, Bourdain’s business partner. “Hopefully, it will be as crowded and popular, but it is supposed to be a mash-up of foods, styles, smells, tastes and visuals.””

We’re carefully assembling a dream list of chefs, operators, street food and hawker legends from around the world in hopes of bringing them together in one New York City space.” — Anthony Bourdain.

So, we are anxiously waiting for more news, since there is no final date yet announced for this grand launch!

We’ll keep you guys posted and let us know if you also have news about Anthony Bourdain’s International Food Market!

Location: Pier 57


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Marlene Wetherell: A Vintage Fashion Gem in New York City

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New York City is known for being the world’s leading fashion capital! Not only is it overflowing with fantastic upcoming talents, but the NY vintage fashion scene is also breathtaking! Marlene Wetherell is a vintage fashion gem in the city!

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As we all know, New York City is the place to be for the ultimate shopping experience. But, many people do not know about the secret gems hidden in town. So, this is where we come in! Marlene Wetherell vintage shop is one of these places!

Located in the Flatiron District, almost bordering Chelsea, the store is the paradise for the vintage lovers!

“Vintage fashion, at least for me, has always been about fantasy: the fantasy of the vintage pieces themselves; the fantasy of designers and design houses; and the fantasy of their historical and cultural manifestations in cinema, society, theater, literature, music, and photography.”

“I opened Marlene Wetherell Vintage fashion in the early 2000s in Chelsea, New York City. The goal was to present rare, yet wearable designer pieces — a curated selection that would always feel exceptionally at home in the present.

You’ll be able to find amazing pieces by renowned brands like Chanel, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy, Balenciaga, Céline and countless other fantastic names!

The items are carefully cared for and in very good shape!

You can also be lucky enough to bump into Marlene!

She has obviously a great taste for fashion and is super polite. Plus, she’ll select some of the most amazing pieces you would never expect to fall so deeply in love with! She’s great and seeing what will work best for a client!

I love seeing the ways my clients find value in these pieces. Whether they’re wearing them in their daily lives, styling them in shoots, or using them as inspiration for one of their own designs.”

A vintage shopping tip: Don’t go out from head to toe in Vintage! Mix it with something modern and that will do the twist!

If you’re a vintage lover, take a look at these top Brooklyn vintage stores and a very unique vintage jewelry spot!

You might be planning a shopping trip to New York City, so let us tell you more about our exclusive Personal Shopping services. For the New Yorkers, you might be needing a closet cleanse or styling consultation, right!?

For companies and small businesses looking for specific Fashion & Trend Research Tours, let our experts curate it for you and your team!

We just love living in the world’s leading fashion capital and exploring the NY vintage fashion scene!

Location: 40 West 25th Street, Gallery 210

www.marlenewetherell.com


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*Last Update on March/2020.*

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