Nothing a little House won’t take care of. #nyc #harlem
Jamaica Lily is in NY. Fruity and Sassy. Original watercolor by fine artist Chrisanne Robertson. The greeting card is cute! (Taken with instagram)
To say that I journeyed to the center of an incredible annual design incubator doesn’t begin to describe the sense of excitement that penetrated every ounce of myself as I strolled through with artist Christopher Thomas Trujillo who also created an original sustainable chandelier made especially for the event. I already felt like I was gliding, cloaked in an original design by Michael Jerome Francis…it was like channeling a private etiquette lesson - the history is just in the pieces. If the stroll through the City’s most popular interior benefit event at the Metropolitan Pavillion in Chelsea wasn’t enough being endowed with the vintage jumble of beads made by Christopher and the hand made leather and snakeskin flower really put me into eu-fashion-foria. ‘Now, that’s how it should be done’…one onlooker commented his approval. We strolled passed the booth Christopher’s sustainable lamp cluster was nestled in. It was sold and, finally, we were spent. We headed out into the drizzly Manhattan spring night to hail a cab. No one was going our way so we took a train. NYC, that was one for the books.
he added jumble of vintage beads Housing Works will present New York City’s most popular interior design benefit event at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea.
Sautéed Kale w/olive oil and fresh line added to Ramen, minus the MSG package it comes with. Yum. (Taken with instagram)
Cisco wrote a song about it, now, it’s sitting in my friend’s boutique, in a bowl. (Taken with instagram)
The writing is on the wall… (Taken with instagram)
Jersey is blossoming.
Yes, I’m a closet foodie! (Taken with instagram)