KARA @ Bowery
Apr
21
Apr 23

KARA @ Bowery

  • Parasol @ Bowery

KARA ANNUAL SAMPLE SALE
NYC & ONLINE

Mark your calendars! KARA, the New York City-based handbag label is pleased to announce the annual sample sale.  This spring, KARA will be hosting the annual sample sale in person and online from April 21 to April 23, 2017. Expect to find gently worn samples, styles from previous seasons and one-off design samples with pricing ranging from $30 to $300 (from 30% to 70% off). Cash and credit accepted. All sales are final.

WHO:
KARA, NYC based handbag label – with cult following pebble leather backpacks & city-chic shoulder bags, totes and cross-body bags.

WHAT:
KARA Annual Sample Sale

WHEN/WHERE:
April 21-24 / Frid: 9am-7pm & Sat-Sun: 11am-6pm
208 Bowery

www.karastore.com

RORA @ Rivington
Apr
11
Apr 16

RORA @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @ Rivington Street

RORA allows women to worry less about what to wear and spend more time living. Each collection is inspired by a different city around the world and this Spring 2017 was inspired by the culture and colors of Nanjing, China. The line ranges from essentials must haves to statement pieces. RORA’s high-end products add value into each garment through hand selected fabrics & reversibility pieces. Come see for yourself!

April 11-16 / 11am-8pm daily
2 Rivington St

@roraclothing
www.roraclothing.com

Everlane @ Kenmare
Apr
8
Apr 9

Everlane @ Kenmare

  • Kenmare @ Parasol Projects
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Know your factories. Know your costs. Always ask why.

Everlane is an online clothing retailer. The organization is headquartered in San Francisco, but since Everlane's biggest customer base is in New York City, the company has a small team on the ground here in New York City as well.

During the weekend of April 8th and April 9th Everlane is hosting two Day Market pop up stores, one in New York City and one in San Francisco. The pop up is a wonderful Spring destination embellished with fresh flowers and high quality new Italian-made shoes from Everlane's Day Collection!

April 8-9 / 11am-7pm
52 Kenmare Street

@everlane                                                                                               https://www.everlane.com

Parasol Projects Spring Shop Share Pop-Up @ Rivington
Mar
28
Apr 2

Parasol Projects Spring Shop Share Pop-Up @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @Rivington

Parasol Projects is proud to present the third edition of its Pop-Up Shop Share Program with four New York City-based female designers:

CARLEEN
Kelsy Parkhouse founded Carleen in May of 2012 after receiving positive reviews for her thesis collection at Pratt Institute where she also received the inaugural Liz Claiborne Concept to Product Award. Her founding collection drew inspiration from the handmade American quilt, a textile that continues to inform the Carleen aesthetic both visually and metaphorically. The line has enjoyed multiple mentions on Vogue.com, among other press.

@carleen_us www.carleen.us

@carleen_us
www.carleen.us

MERICA LEE
Brooklyn Magazine says that Merica Lee Jeans "are some of the most highly-coveted jeans in NYC". The classic military wide leg, high waisted design looks good on everyone. This style is great for all shapes, sizes and genders. Take the hem up and wear them with sneakers. Let the hem out and wear them with gigantic platforms. Merica Lee Jeans are made in NYC from 14 oz. raw Japanese denim.

@mericalee www.mericalee.com

NORVAL FINKELSTEIN
Norval Finkelstein is Eve Singer and Jill Galarneau, a textile designer and artist. Realizing the button-down shirt had replaced the tee shirt as their uniform they decided to bring their perspective and passion to this classic item. 
Their basic white shirt is a blank canvas for a continually expanding collection of original prints.  Their graphic, colorful designs are hand silk-screened on Japanese cotton in San Francisco and sewn in New York City. Due to hand-printing, each shirt is unique and is individually numbered.

@norvalfinkelstein www.norvalfinkelstein.com

@norvalfinkelstein
www.norvalfinkelstein.com

SHOP ARCHIPELAGO
Shop-Archipelago consists of a growing family of labels from the vast archipelago of Indonesia and is empowering talented and creative craftspeople to access a global online marketplace. The hand-picked selections consist of contemporary accessories that are highly intricate, made with exquisite, lasting materials and always hand finished. Shop-Archipelago products are highly personalized and wardrobe-specific to create a fun, customer centric shopping experience for style-conscious women everywhere.

@shop_archipelago www.shop-archipelago.com

@shop_archipelago
www.shop-archipelago.com

March 28 - April 2 / 12-8pm daily
2 Rivington St

To learn more and apply to our next Shop Share Program click here.

EVENTS:
Opening party: Tuesday, March 28 / 6-9pm
George Jackson, from The Naked Heroes will be DJing + drinks + Andre J* will be leading a meditation at 8pm.

Thursday, March 30 / 5-8pm: Embroidery workshop/participatory. Guests will have the chance to make their mark on a large textile hanging that will be installed in the space for weekend viewing. All supplies will be provided! 

Saturday, April 1 / 11am: Jessica from Fab Scrap will talk about textile recycling. 

Sylvan Chan: Good Game @ Rivington
Mar
24
Mar 26

Sylvan Chan: Good Game @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @ Rivington

Solo Exhibition “Good Game” by Sylvan Chan

Sylvan Shan was born in Beijing, China, 1994. In 2016, She graduated from Pratt Institute with a Bachelor Degree in Fashion Design. Shortly after graduation she decided to move into documentary art, which has allowed her to work with a variety of mediums including photography, film, installation, fashion, performance, etc. The theme of her work is often related to the observation of human psychologies and the search for meanings of being.

The exhibition is an integration of the artist’s works from different time periods, mostly done without the intention of creating art.

“Guan Shi Yin”, a film photography series was named after the Chinese name of Bodhisattva Avalokitasvara, meaning “to observe all beings in the world”. In this series, most of the photographs were taken in the summer of 2015, when Sylvan went to the city of Shenzhen by herself to intern at a clothing company. Ever since she accidentally entered the urban village in Gangxia area and saw the amazing night scenes, she spent many nights wandering around other urban villages taking photos of people’s living environment and activities.

Another photo series “Photos” and a film “Videos” both came from the first cell phone Sylvan had which she used during high school. None of the works was intended to become an art piece. This lack of aesthetic effort and the notion of any person taking photos however have become an important quality of her work. Since young she had always felt the need to document, otherwise it somehow made her feel sad when things had to pass by. Looking through her old cell phone, she was surprised how much she had documented. It was also unbelievable how different she was a few years ago. “Looking at these documentations makes me realize that the differences and even conflicts between people are actually not too hard to understand. If you observe closely, almost all of our actions come from what we need at the very moment, which could be different from what other people need at the same moment, and from what ourselves need at another moment. Like I am not afraid to show my old ugly pictures anymore because my intention is different now. Thank God though I am also a little better looking now.”

All around the three works is an installation piece she called “Got Empty Seats Taking that 120 Bus with Gramma, So Happy”. Just like the title, all the objects in the installation are random life details Sylvan has been collecting since working on her thesis collection at Pratt, the theme of which was “everyday life”. There is no delicate dessert or champagne served at the opening, but homemade sweet drinks and cheap but delicious Guangdong dim sum. Together with other details including the smell of incense in the room, these settings aim at resembling scenarios in real life to the audience a chance to observe what kind of effects these “insignificant” details in life actually have as they subtly bring up past memories.

2 Rivington St
March 24-27 / 
Opening: March 24 / 6-9pm
 

Jill Stuart @ Elizabeth
Mar
23
Apr 23

Jill Stuart @ Elizabeth

  • Parasol Projects @ Elizabeth
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Jill Stuart’s iconic vintage collection will return to Nolita for one month only.
The collection, curated by Stuart herself, is a blend of feminine florals, romantic chiffons and beautiful boho silhouettes. The coveted selection consists of rare, one-of-a-kind pieces. Whether you are seeking inspiration or a bonafide treasure hunt, don’t miss downtown’s best kept secret.

March 23 - April 23 / 11am-7pm
171 Elizabeth St

@jillstuart
ww.jillstuart.com/

Craft Atlantic @ Elizabeth
Mar
17
Mar 19

Craft Atlantic @ Elizabeth

  • Parasol Projects @ Elizabeth

Craft Atlantic Sample Sale - Up to 80% off

CRAFT ATLANTIC is a story of modern travel. A travel that might be just for work, or for play, but which essence is today’s true luxuries: time, efficiency, functionality. Inspired by modernist objects, such as Concorde, CRAFT ATLANTIC renews contemporary sportswear with a fast, engineered, tech and luxe experience.

Designed by CFDA Member Luis Fernandez, CRAFT ATLANTIC was born in New York from a need of to be always ready in a fast paced city and an ever evolving tech environment.  

Their streamlined design help you save time, and be always well appointed from business class to leisure, from meeting room to boarding gate, for every destination and every encounter.

March 17-19 / 11 am - 8 pm
Sun: 11 am - 6 pm
171 Elizabeth St

@craftatlantic
www.craftatlantic.com

Mission Workshop @ Rivington
Mar
10
Mar 21

Mission Workshop @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @ Rivington

MISSION WORKSHOP LANDS IN NEW YORK WITH A TWO WEEK POP-UP SHOP TO LAUNCH THEIR NEW WEATHERPROOF DUFFLE COLLECTION

MARCH 1, 2017 - San Francisco based Mission Workshop will open a limited engagement showroom and fit space in New York from March 10, 2017 to March 19, 2017. The New York Pop-up features Mission Workshop’s newest weatherproof bags and technical apparel just in time for Spring. New Yorkers have the chance to inspect the impeccable build quality of the bags in person as well as try on the latest apparel.

As a special preview, Mission Workshop will debut their now expanded modular Arkiv® bag line which incorporates weatherproof construction and an interchangeable accessory system that allows for easy customization of space and organization. Over 20 years of designing and building bags has taught Mission Workshop that everyone’s idea of a perfect bag is different. The Arkiv® system was created to solve this issue with a product that can be adjusted and arranged to reflect your individual preferences at any given moment, providing customizable carry solutions. Accessories range from simple phone pouches and tool pockets to larger organizers and laptop protection. 

The new Arkiv®-equipped duffle line launches on March 10, 2017 and will be the first shoulder bag to incorporate the unbreakable Arkiv® modular system and allow the swapping of accessories between different bag types, creating the perfect pairing.

The New York installation is the latest of their roving pop-up stores and follows successful launches in London, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Berlin, and Paris. These destinations capture the company's desire to travel the world, test their gear in a vast array of weather conditions and connect with people from around the globe.

Mission Workshop designs, develops, and produces technical apparel and weatherproof bags with deliberate consideration around style, function, and durability. Their products are engineered to be worn day-after-day, year-after-year with the goal of reducing the wardrobe and increase the Wear Spectrum™ of each article in your closet. Mission Workshop products are manufactured around the world with the best materials and construction techniques available and the utmost consideration for detail and technical performance. All of their bags are built to last a lifetime, guaranteed.

March 10-21 / 11am-8pm daily
2 Rivington St

EVENTS
3.10 :
6p.m - 8p.m Pop-up Opening Party

3.12 :
10a.m Mission Workshop x Velo Bike Ride
Come ride with NYC Velo & the MW Crew

3p.m Q + A with Polartec
Be there to hear CEO Gary Smith speak.

3.18 :
Saturdazed / 1-6pm
Mission Workshop + Whalebone Magazine
Hosted by Alex Corporan
Drinks + Bites + MW Gear + Whalebone Mags

For more information click here
#MYNYC

moniquemeloche Gallery @ Rivington
Mar
2
Mar 5

moniquemeloche Gallery @ Rivington

  • Parasol @ Rivington

moniquemeloche presents Amy Sherald and Brendan Fernandes

For Armory Week 2017, Chicago-based gallery moniquemeloche returns to 2 Rivington with a pop-up exhibition featuring new works by painter Amy Sherald and prints by performance artist Brendan Fernandes. 

Baltimore-based Amy Sherald (American, b. 1973) creates arresting portraits of imagined figures based on real-life interactions, subverting and exploring notions of black identity through her unique sense of visual culture, color and line. The new works on view present a continuation of these otherworldly figures, whose charged presence is only emphasized by the current political climate. Sherald received her MFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art (2004). The first women to be awarded the Outwin Boocher Portrait Competition at the National Gallery, Washington (2016), Sherald’s work is currently on view in the touring exhibition, The Outwin 2016: American Portraiture Today, at Tacoma Art Museum. Other notable group exhibitions include Southern Accent: Seeking the American South in Contemporary Art, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, NC (2016); currently on view at the Speed Art Museum, Louisville, KY (2017). Her work is included in the public collections of the United States Embassy, Dakar, Senegal; the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.; the Smithsonian Museum of African American Art and Culture, Washington, D.C.; and the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, D.C.

Rooted in his experience of classical dance, Chicago- and New York-based Brendan Fernandes (Canadian, b. 1979, Kenya) creates works across a variety of media that explore unexpected clashes of culture. In his new series of unique prints, Fernandes combines images of ballet dancers’ limbs with images of ethnographic objects culled from Western museum collections, offering a visual commentary on post-colonial notions of culture and fine art in the West. A book signing for the artist will take place on Saturday, March 4, 1 to 3pm, on the occasion of his latest monograph, Lost Bodies, in conjunction with Kickstarter. Fernandes received his MFA from the University of Western Ontario (2005). His work is currently on view in his solo show Lost Bodies, a traveling exhibition at the Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, which originated at the Agnes Etherton Art Centre at Queen’s University, Ontario (2016). Fernandes is currently artist in residence and faculty in the Department of Art Theory and Practice, Northwestern University, Chicago.  His new performance project, Clean Labor, will take place during The Armory Show VIP Reception and at The Wythe Hotel on March 5. 

March 2-5 / 11am to 6pm
Opening Reception: Friday, March 3 / 6-9pm
Brendan Fernandes Book Signing (in conjunction with Kickstarter): Saturday, March 4, 1 to 3pm
Armory Week LES Sunday Morning + Brunch Hours: Sunday, March 5, 10am-noon
2 Rivington St

www.moniquemeloche.com

Image: Image courtesy of the artist and moniquemeloche, Chicago
En Route @ Rivington
Feb
23
Feb 26

En Route @ Rivington

  • Rivington @ Parasol

En Route is a collaborative exhibition. This group exhibition comprise of New York based Artists; Jihye Baek, Jiin Ha and Suhee Kang. The exhibition will have the similarities and differences by approaching various media and also the aim of the exhibition is to exert a fine influence on audience.

En Route will discuss the variety of social factors that have influenced individual and its relationship to contemporary now. The artworks that became a symbol of itself: reflections on Identity of artist and contemporary.


The theme of work that Jiin Ha focus on is rediscoveries of little things that are overlooked and thought to be worthless. When she makes work with garbage, the garbage becomes something people look at.Everything has its own history. While considering the history of each object, she attempts to transform them into a new form. Therefore, in her work, the process of finding a trace in an object, deciding whether to transform it into something else or to just leave it is also very important. For her, trace is the fact of evidence and clue that something was existed before.


Jihye Baek's current work in photography and mix media deals abstractly and metaphorically with the experience of being a mother. Images of her-self and images of domestic space, including interventions in that space with materials to create a tension between the sense of translucence and opaqueness; amplitude and emptiness; order and disorder; and stability and inner chaos; suggesting psychological disquiet. As a mother, it is her responsibility to find balance, to stay calm and achieve a spiritual tranquility. As an artist, she incorporate the discordant and resolve threads of anxiousness and fear, creating unexpected juxtapositions of materials and imagery. The unique material such as urine test strip evokes presence and revelatory feeling that helping the artist to achieve self-awareness and self-acceptance. Metaphorically, these disparate currents reference the complexity of her experience with motherhood.


Suhee Kang have been exploring these ideas of cross-cultural identity, hybridity and diaspora with a focus on issues of social practice and cultural expectations, within her art practice. In contemporary culture, she believe there is a fixed framework that is made up of rules and laws. People must live within these boundaries whether they want to or not. Through her art work, she is questioning these cultural and social conventions: "All of my work are required labor-intensive process art making, which are become an obsessive and meditative act to me as artist." As she spend time in physically making the works, which are mirrors the time spent in contemporary society. she believe that Machinelike process of her series works help to viewer for understanding may be analogical and also practical in art works.

Feb 23 - 26, 2017 / 11am-6pm
Opening Night: Feb 23 / 6-8pm
2 Rivington St

Suhee Kang (contact-me@suheekang.com web-suheekang.com)
Jihye Baek (contact-baekji7@gmail.com web-jihyebaek.com)
Jiin Ha (contact-jiinha.studio@gmail.com web-jiinha.com)

Bartleby Objects @ Elizabeth
Feb
22
Feb 26

Bartleby Objects @ Elizabeth

  • Parasol @ Elizabeth

Bartleby Objects Pop-up Studio & Store

Bartleby Objects is a multi-disciplinary design studio, making objects of use for the home and individual.

For AW17 Market Week, designer and leather-worker, Mary L Chan, will install a mini-studio at 171 Elizabeth Street, engaging retail buyers and customers in the process of making each Bartleby Objects item. During the pop-up we invite customers to shop their current accessories collection, pre-order brand new designs for Spring, and have a firsthand look at the process of ethically producing leather goods. 

With a select group of US and international stockists, Bartleby Objects is proud to be a Made In NYC small business. 

Feb 22 - 26, 2017
Wed-Sat 11am - 8pm / Sun 12pm - 7pm
171 Elizabeth St

Special Events: TBD

www.bartlebyobjects.com
@studiobartleby

Charlene Vanneste @ Bowery
Feb
21
Mar 5

Charlene Vanneste @ Bowery

  • Parasol Projects @ Bowery

CHARLENE VANNESTE | DIALOGUES

SYMBOLIC CREATIVE presents Charlene Vanneste: Dialogues, the artist’s first solo show in New York City. Visions of spirits and ancient tribes began to appear in Vanneste’s dreams upon moving to Indonesia. Waking her up from these visions, shadows would shift around her and she felt they were trying to speak. After discussing it with her mother and a shaman, Vanneste discovered that these spirits were her Indonesian ancestors contacting her. Vanneste began to record the symbols and characters of her ancestors through mark making on canvas using a pallet knife heaped with oils and acrylics. Forging scenes synonymous with early cave art, the visions inspired her artwork as it took on a new, more tribal and primitive form. The genderless iconic character Vanneste has created connotes how regardless of sex we are all humans and it is important to treat people with equal respect. United, humans are more powerful and connecting people through art creates community. The power and energy of working together is expressed through her hieroglyphic stories. Combining contemporary European methods and primitive influence from Indonesian spirit warriors, Vanneste creates a dialogue between her ancient ancestors and modern society.

ABOUT CHARLENE VANNESTE (b. France) is of French Indonesian origin, specifically North Sumatran. Her bloodline leads back to the early Batak settlers from mainland Asia. In returning to Indonesia after an almost exclusively Western upbringing, Vanneste reconnected with her roots. She began spontaneously creating characters later discovering they represented ancient tribes of Indonesia. Exploring different mediums, Vanneste’s origins guided her to adapt her hieroglyphs not only onto canvas, but also to the streets under the name Shaolen. Creating a new, fresh, and modern vibe the mysterious yet enchanting characters, which have become her signature style, can be found painted around the world in spots such as London, Paris, Istanbul, and Bali. Vanneste has exhibited in Asia and her artworks are held in private collections in Asia, London, Istanbul, France and the United States.

February 21-March 5 / 10am-6pm
Opening Reception: Wednesday, February 22 / 6-9pm
208 Bowery

charlenevanneste.com

For addition information please contact John Angelini, Director john@symboliccreative.com

ADAY @ Rivington
Feb
15
Feb 19

ADAY @ Rivington

  • Parasol @ Rivington

ADAY's "The White Dress Shirt" Exhibition

ADAY examines the iconic white dress shirt and what it means to women today. From the historical evolution of the garment to the people and brands who have put their own stamp on the staple through to the future and ADAY's newly launched technical dress shirt, the Something Borrowed shirt.

About ADAY

We're a direct-to-consumer brand based in NYC. We we wanted to simplify our wardrobes (and our lives). So we went out to set a new standard for wardrobe staples, one that lasts through the seasons + focuses on versatility and thereby frees space to focus on what you can do in your garments.

February 15-19 / 11am-9pm
Opening night: Feb 14 / 6:30-8:30pm
2 Rivington Street

See all events

www.thisisaday.com
@thisisaday

DARK HEARTS CLUB @ Rivington
Feb
7
Feb 12

DARK HEARTS CLUB @ Rivington

  • Parasol @ Rivington

EYELINER: A SHOWCASE EVENT hosted by DARK HEARTS CLUB seeks to bring creative people together to foster collaboration and enhance exhibition appeal by using a multi-modal
experience approach. The event will combine two aesthetically related, yet uniquely positioned visual creators in a week long pop-up gallery format. 


EYELINER seeks to showcase the obsession and passion that can ensue when one is hopeless in love; the manner in which love can become almost psychotic. The show will feature the art of LUCAS DAVID and pop-up furniture shop by ABSOLOM ROCHE with Baroque inspired designs. Our opening night event will be followed by an after party with live musical guests. We will allow our guests the opportunity to mingle with the artist as well as other influencers, enjoy the artwork, and become part of the experience. 

February 7-12 / 10am-7pm
Opening Night Event: February 8 / 5-9pm with Afterparty at Pianos NYC from 10pm-Late featuring live musical guests
2 Rivington St

www.darkheartsclub.com - www.lucasbavidstudio.com - www.absolomeroche.com
@darkheartsclub, @lucasbavid and @absolomroche

Braydon Alexander @ Rivington
Feb
3
Feb 5

Braydon Alexander @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @ Rivington

"Inspired by Hunter S. Thompson's time spent with the Hells Angel's, D.C. based designer Braydon Alexander weaves Hunter's writings and thoughts into a hero-based story set in present time Washington D.C.. Explore the main characters workshop as well his wardrobe at OUTLAW™ by Braydon Alexander 'SERVICE CENTER'."

February 3-5 / 12-9pm
Opening Night: February 3 / 6-9pm
2 Rivington St

www.braydonalexanderdc.com
@Braydonalexanderdc
@Braydonalexander

SEIZE sur VINGT @ Elizabeth
Jan
31
Feb 5

SEIZE sur VINGT @ Elizabeth

Originally located on Elizabeth St, James and Gwendolyn Jurney founded Seize sur Vingt in the summer of 1998, in the NoLita (“North of Little Italy”) neighborhood of Manhattan. Following the tradition of the bespoke clothier, they began making finely tailored clothing for men and women, whose fabrics and fit are both youthful and elegant. They design and produce men’s and women's ready-to-wear and made-to-measure shirts and suits, sportswear, shoes, and beautifully made accessories. 

For five days only, the store (the permanent home of which is now located on the Bowery) will offer a pop-up sample sale up to 80% off.


February 1-5
171 Elizabeth St
Pre-opening party: Tuesday, January 31st / 6-8pm - RSVP here
Wednesday-Saturday / 11am-7pm
Sunday / 12-5pm

www.16sur20.com/

A WALK OF ART: VISIONARY SHOES @ Bowery
Jan
24
Feb 12

A WALK OF ART: VISIONARY SHOES @ Bowery

  • Parasol @ Bowery

Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Jerusalem Presents

A New Fashion Exhibition:
A WALK OF ART: VISIONARY SHOES

Curated by Ya’ara Keydar

A new fashion exhibition focusing on conceptual, artistic, and extreme footwear, aims to reevaluate the occult power and mystery of shoes. Through more than 60 extraordinary examples, all created by the distinguished alumni and students of Israel’s most prestigious academy – the Bezalel Academy, A Walk Of Art treads the line between art and fashion. These innovative and radical designs aim to defy space, anatomy, and gravity, pivoting around sculptural methods and blending traditional craft and nontraditional materials: from renowned artist Sigalit Landau’s salt-crystallized shoes to porcelain, glass, metal, wood, and 3D printed shoes, impossible platforms, wedges, and heels, this exhibition creates a meandering journey between the ephemeral and the perennial, the beautiful and the painful, the mythology and reality of some of the most charged and coveted objects in fashion history. 

208 Bowery
January 24-February 12, 2017, open daily 11am-7pm
Opening night: January 23, 2017, 6-9pm

#WalkArtShoes
www.walkartexhibition.com

Image credit: “The Beauty Of The Temporary In Life, 2016,” Porcelain and Leather Shoes by Nimrod Gilo, photograph by Alon Reuveni. 
Outrunning The Wasp @ Bowery
Jan
6
Jan 8

Outrunning The Wasp @ Bowery

  • Parasol @ Bowery

Outrunning The Wasp by Jack Irving
art show & book launch

January 6-8, 2017 / Saturday: 12-5pm - Sunday: 12-4pm
Opening Night: January 6, 7-9pm
208 Bowery

Liv Hoffman @ Bowery
Dec
20
Dec 24

Liv Hoffman @ Bowery

  • Parasol Projects @ Bowery

When Lightning Strikes Twice: New Works by Liv Hoffman
Curated by Clémence Mailly

11/91 Projects in collaboration with Parasol Projects is pleased to present “When Lightning Strikes Twice” featuring new photos by photographer Liv Hoffman (b. 1997). For her second solo show at Parasol Projects, Liv will present a new series of photos she recently took in Chicago.
All prints are limited and available on www.11-oclock.com

December 20-24
Opening Night: Tuesday, December 20 / 6-9pm with music by IDKHIM and beer generously offered by Braven
Tuesday-Friday: 12pm-6pm / Saturday: 12-5pm
208 Bowery

Orley @ Bowery
Dec
16
Dec 17

Orley @ Bowery

  • Parasol @ Bowery

Orley is coming back to Parasol Projects for its annual sample sale. Discover tons of stock from previous men's, women's and accessories collections.

208 Bowery / Dec 16-18
Friday & Saturday 11am-7pm
Sunday 11am-5pm
www.orley.us

Young & Able @ Rivington
Dec
8
Dec 24

Young & Able @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projects @ Rivington

Young & Able is coming back to Parasol @ Rivington with a special holiday pop-up celebrating 35 female designers.

Young & Able
2 Rivington St
December 8-24

Opening Party: December 8 / 6:30pm - 9pm
Snap holiday pictures with Bodhi from Menswear Dog with Lomography Instant Camera while you sip Wolffer Estate Finca Rosé Wine. Limited quantity of goodie bags sponsored by Packlane, Wolffer Estate, Morris's Kitchen, Tea Pigs, & selected pop-up designers.

Click here more information and scheduled events.

 

 

James Frank Club @ Bowery
Dec
6
Dec 11

James Frank Club @ Bowery

  • Parasol Projects @ Bowery

James Frank Club is a retail and lifestyle site for men created with one goal in mind: to introduce you to products you're unlikely to find anywhere else. You'll find curated apparel, accessories, barware, grooming products, bags, home goods and more. What you won't find are big-name brands or mass-produced gear. That's because they only feature independent artisans and merchants.

December 6-11
Tuesday 1pm-8pm
Wednesday-Sunday 11am-8pm
208 Bowery
www.jamesfrankclub.co

RANDOM ACTS OF CREATIVITY @ Broome
Dec
3
Dec 22

RANDOM ACTS OF CREATIVITY @ Broome

  • Parasol @ Broome

RANDOM ACTS OF CREATIVITY is a nomadic storefront showcased like a gallery that brings together a curated selection of designers, artists and covetable items. With a passion for travel, culture, and discovery striving to reach across cultural borders, RAC exhibits creative and authentic work. The Pop-Up will include men & women’s clothing, accessories, art work, home décor, and interactive designs. 

SERIES OF EVENTS THROUGHOUT:

• December 4th ‘UNICEF’s Next Generation’ fundraiser holiday party hosting a wine tasting, a live knitting performance, and more
• December 18th ‘Help Peru Foundation’ event
• Collaboration with The Sabah House
• Interactive jacket designs and musical performance by Stephan Timonier

Some featured brands + artists:
• Alix of Bohemia
• Anndra Neen
• Assouline
• Banago
• Bow and Arrow NYC
• Chords for Music
• Eleanor Balfour
• Hart Hagerty
• House of Lafayette
• Kanasuu
• Kayu Design
• La Matera
• LaQuan Smith
• Mercedes Salazar
• Millennial
• Modern Vice
• Nach Bijoux
• Noemie
• Pinky Laing
• Rumisu
• Sarahs Bags
• Sea Sage
• Serpui
• The Prospect NY x Baron Von Fancy
• Vanina
• Yolke

MEDIA CONTACT
Sabrina Burda Noelle Pallais: info@raclifestyle.com


December 3-22 / Monday-Friday 12-7pm & Saturday-Sunday 12-8pm
345 Broome St
raclifestyle.com
@rac.lifestyle 

 

 

Sonic Editions @ Rivington
Nov
29
Dec 4

Sonic Editions @ Rivington

  • Parasol @ Rivington

Sonic Editions pop up gallery will be displaying the Sonic Editions X Mr Porter collection Winter 2016, featuring a capsule collection of prints by Terry O’Neill, Baron Wollman and Walter Iooss, as well as a selection of their best selling, limited edition photographic prints, prices start from $129.

Nov 29 - Dec 4 / 10am-6pm
Opening Night - Dec 1 / 6-9pm
2 Rivington St
www.soniceditions.com

 

Buy Me Brunch @ Elizabeth
Nov
17
Jan 8

Buy Me Brunch @ Elizabeth

  • Parasol Projects @ Elizabeth

Acquired by Resignation Media in February 2014, Buy Me Brunch has come into its own as an edgy, chic, and dynamic brand. This premium graphic apparel company prides itself on an intimate relationship with its customers. With the use of adult-focused slang on a simplified color palette of black, white and gray, BMB interacts closely with its highly engaged social media followers to select the most popular designs to move to production.

November 17 - January 7 / 11am-7pm
171 Elizabeth St

www.BuyMeBrunch.com
@BuyMeBrunch

Ashley Frost @ Rivington
Nov
15
Nov 26

Ashley Frost @ Rivington

  • Parasol Projets @ Rivington

New Work / New York

Ashely Frost is returning to New York to exhibit new work based on plein air landscape studies around lower Manhattan and the East end of Long Island New York. For Frost plein air painting is very much about a shared vision of a time in a place. Typically arriving onsite at dawn or dusk, Frost paints small compositional studies, capturing the sublime transition of early morning, or late evening light. Frost’s paintings play on the relationship between bodies of water and vast skies through a communication of colour, light and reflective qualities.Thus the first light for these works is paramount, enabling Frost to explore a lush spectrum of colour on palette and in the works. There is also an immediacy and honestly in the works, due to a narrow window of gentle and yet dramatic light.

Frost has exhibited since 1996 with three solo shows in New York (2000, 2002 & 2004), and numerous group and solo exhibitions in Sydney, Melbourne and Hong Kong. In 2003 he won the prestigious Kings Art Prize (Acquisitive $10,000) and has been finalist in a number of national art prizes. He is represented in Australia by Stella Downer Fine Art, Internationally by Global Gallery and exhibits his work in Hong Kong with ZZHK Gallery. His work is included in a number of private and public collections both in Australia and abroad.

Read the Press Release and the artist's CV.

For more information see ashleyfrost.com.au

November 15 - 20
Opening Reception: November 17 / 6-9pm
2 Rivington St

 

 

I Am Jennifer Le @ Rivington
Nov
12
12:00 pm12:00

I Am Jennifer Le @ Rivington

  • Parasol @ Rivington

Toronto shoe designer Jennifer Le and her eponymous label will host her first pop-up for a one day event only!  Inspired by her own personal style, you can expect her signature combinations of leather and hardware. Each pair is hand-finished using high quality materials and premium craftsmanship. 

 

November 12 / 12-9pm
2 Rivington
www.iamjenniferle.com
@IAMJENNIFERLE