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Rebecca Atwood’s Tidal Textiles: The Brooklyn fabric designer keeps her Cape Cod coastline past close to heart

Rebecca Atwood's Tidal Textiles

They say that the sound of waves along the shoreline is soothing because it transports the mind back to the womb. Rebecca Atwood brings this meditative quality to the home with her newest fabric collection, launching today, 21 January 2015. Though……

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Fashion Designer Paola Hernandez’s Brooklyn Showroom: A peek inside the Mexican creative’s philosophy-driven studio and store, and a brand new collection

Fashion Designer Paola Hernandez's Brooklyn Showroom

Over a year after launching a flagship store in Mexico City, fashion designer Paola Hernandez has unveiled a showroom at the crux of Brooklyn’s north and south Williamsburg neighborhoods. Aesthetically minimal and arranged for the maximum impact……

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Song of the Car: 1970 Cadillac de Ville Convertible: Cruising through Brooklyn in the show-stealing Americana land yacht with salsa tunes blaring

Song of the Car: 1970 Cadillac de Ville Convertible


Skip the double decker tour buses. There’s no better way to see elegant Fort Greene, Brooklyn on a sunny fall day than through the wide windshield of a 1970 Cadillac de Ville convertible. Lean back and lean low on leather seats and…

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Marcy & Myrtle by Harbor Projects: Once intended to be just the design firm’s office, this Brooklyn space is now also a cafe

Marcy & Myrtle by Harbor Projects


by Chérmelle Edwards At the intersection of Marcy and Myrtle avenues in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn stands a new cottage-like coffee shop of the same name, Marcy & Myrtle, by interior architecture and design build firm …

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Studio Visit: Balint Zasko : The Brooklyn artist’s vocabulary of universal symbols speaks to common human encounters

Studio Visit: Balint Zasko


by Natasha Tauber Balint Zasko, whose work first caught our eye in 2007, disrupts the language of Old Master painting, with a vocabulary of modern symbolism and technique. In his view, “Everything changes, it’s important to have things of your own time.”…

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The Handpoker by Death at Sea: The Brooklyn studio’s 3D-printed design adds a modern touch to the ancient art of tattooing

The Handpoker by Death at Sea


Brooklyn studio Death at Sea turns to a time-honored craft for its latest 3D-printed offering, with the Handpoker—a tool for stick-and-poke tattoos. Death at Sea designer Matt Cavanaugh created…

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From ZA to NY, Brooklyn Biltong: South African-style beef jerky cured in the open air

From ZA to NY, Brooklyn Biltong


Dried meats are a staple in many diets around the world. From smoked jerky, the trusty American gas station fare, to South America’s dried llama and alpaca snack Ch’arki, what was historically born out of a lack of refrigeration for meats is now…

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Studio Visit: DoomedNYC: Leather accessories designed for female motorcyclists but suited for any creative adventurist, handcrafted in Brooklyn

Studio Visit: DoomedNYC


by Tara Fraser Rachael Inman and Jason Goodrich, motorcyclists and founders of leather goods label DoomedNYC, are no strangers to going fast and learning how to take a fall—whether on a bike or in business. The…

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Interview: Daniel Lewis of Brooklyn Tailors: On the current landscape of men’s fashion with the founder and designer of Brooklyn Tailors, presented by Cole Haan

Interview: Daniel Lewis of Brooklyn Tailors


Sponsored content: In the past decade or so, men’s fashion has grown into its own. In generations past, one dressed according to their occupation, location or social economic sect, but nowadays a man’s wardrobe reflects his lifestyle or, at the very least, the lifestyle he aspires to….

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Five Favorites from Boerum House & Home: The new Brooklyn store is designed to look like an apartment and is entirely furnished with shoppable products

Five Favorites from Boerum House & Home


Retail store, museum gallery or apartment: the newly opened Boerum House & Home joins the row of stores including jewelry designer Erica Weiner and fragrance boutique Twisted Lily on Atlantic Avenue that make the Boerum Hill…

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