Unsung decorating hero
George Stacey finally gets his due.
The young french designer reveals his smart collection for Hermès Maison.
A new Swiss spot for post-ski pampering
Maria Pergay puts the petal to the metal in a new collaboration with Fendi Casa.
A show at Salon 94 presents Alexander Calder’s jewelry in a new light.
In his new book photographer Nicholas Alan Cope assembles
seven years’ worth of his work documenting the cityscape of L.A.
In its final turn as New York City’s quirky event space du jour before
being converted into a boutique hotel, the majestically dilapidated
Beekman Palace opened its doors on Friday to the Storefront for Art and
Architecture’s 30th anniversary gala.
As cultural movements go, postmodernism enjoys a fairly dubious distinction: Despite its pivotal role in defining the playfully garish aesthetic of the late Seventies and Eighties, it remains a despised and convoluted term, seemingly slapped on any creative work that either rejected convention and commercialism or flagrantly embraced them.