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Going onstage tonight at The Marsh!

I passed that little theater hundreds of times before I decided to see a show. Which happened to be David Ford’s class performance of solo monologues. 611 more words

Broadcast

Sports and Pastimes: Guests Talk Leisure Activities at the ACRIA Benefit at Ross Bleckner’s Sagaponack Spread

“Pretty much every gay man in fashion is here,” a guest remarked at the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America’s “Cocktails at Sunset” benefit on Saturday evening. 1,028 more words

albert hadley ~ a teacher affects eternity

Last Thursday, the design world said goodbye to Albert Hadley…icon, tastemaker and beloved teacher, he touched the lives of so many…in honor of his legacy, I’m re-posting one of my favorites…a look at his student’s work…a reminder that he will always be with us… 218 more words

Bunny Williams

well read ~ part one

whether they’re stacked on the floor or alphabetized on ornate custom shelving, books are an essential part of our daily lives…a true reflection of our passions and professions…more tomorrow! 38 more words

Books

david kleinberg's manhattan home

On the heels of yesterday’s post, I thought you might enjoy a tour of David Kleinberg‘s Manhattan home as photographed for the September 2011 issue of… 113 more words

Architectural Digest

traditional now: interiors by david kleinberg

“Beauty meets quality of life” ~ David Kleinberg

Traditional Now: Interiors by David Kleinberg is the first book to showcase the Manhattan decorator’s work…an alumnus of the legendary Parish-Hadley, he is passionate for clean lines, neutral colors and a well curated mix of antiques, fabrics, textures, finishes, art and objects…the book features over twenty projects including an intimate look at his own residences…today’s post highlights some of my favorite interiors from his artful website…think of this as an… 84 more words

Books

a teacher affects eternity

“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” ~ Henry Brooke Adams

Today’s post features five extraordinary interior designers, all connected by one life changing gift, they were students of Albert Hadley. 182 more words

Bunny Williams