New York: A Peek into the Jazz Age at the Cooper Hewitt

Joey: “Hey, what have you guys been up to?” Ross: “Oh, we went to see a collection of Victorian doorknobs at the Cooper Hewitt Museum.” Chandler: “Without ME?!?” Yes, I admit that, until about two weeks ago, this bit of dialogue from Friends was my primary association with the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum. In addition … More New York: A Peek into the Jazz Age at the Cooper Hewitt

New York City: Rei Kawakubo x Comme des Garçons at the Met

I always love a good museum, but there’s one thing at museums I love more than almost anything else: a good fashion exhibit. Whether it be intricate embroidery, rich textures, or bold colors, there’s something about beautiful clothes that I just can’t get enough of. And that’s why, every year since I moved to New … More New York City: Rei Kawakubo x Comme des Garçons at the Met

New York: Soaring Above the City on the Roosevelt Island Tramway

One thing I tried to do last summer was be more intentional about checking items off my New York City bucket list, as too often in the past I’ve left a city sad about everything I left undone. And while I don’t plan on departing New York anytime soon, there’s a lot here, obviously, so I … More New York: Soaring Above the City on the Roosevelt Island Tramway