Today is the final public day for Design On A Dime. It’s one of our favorite events in New York City, as you get to shop great design that’s been curated by some of the city’s top designers all for a wonderful cause – benefitting formerly homeless adults living with HIV/AIDS. The event is open until 5pm this evening. Oh, and you just may see one of our pieces in Danielle Colding’s beautifully curated vignette. Our limited edition batik pillows made in collaboration with Rwandan artisans through Indego Africa are available. Enjoy!
Explore the Moroccan empires reign from the 11th to 15th centuries, in this intriguing exhibit that explores Moroccan architecture, textiles, calligraphy, and a cultural landscape that spanned from Africa to Spain. Now until January 19, 2015 at the Louvre.
Before there was street style portraiture, Paul Strand was taking black and white photos of life in the US, Mexico, Morocco, France, and abroad. His work is on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art now through January 4, 2015.