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Best Tips COOL PARIS;-) Una COOLHUNTER en PARIS!! Cosmopolitan Magazine oct 2013 
enjoy!!!!!

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Location-aware Music Project - Central Park NY

Ryan Holladay  and his brother Hays created the location-based musical experience “Listen to the Light” in Central Park, in which users pursued musical and physical routes during a walk through the park.

Location-aware music is Ryan and Hays Holladay’s exploration of music that is composed and mapped to a landscape and that can only be experienced within the designated coordinates of a physical space. Designed for Apple’s iPhone and iPad, location-aware music discards the passive listening experience and invites the user to explore a terrain musically as they move throughout a space. Musical passages and pockets of sound are spread across a terrain — geo-tagged to various landmarks, paths and spaces that blend seamlessly as the listener traverses the area.

http://www.bluebra.in/

“Darkened Cities, New York’s Danziger Gallery,
The French photographer Thierry Cohen has turned the lights out in the city to reveal the stunning stars that have always been overhead.In his series “Darkened Cities,” Cohen creates a visual reminder of what the world would look like if it were free of light pollution, and asks us to ponder how an increasingly urban society can disconnect us from the natural world.
527 West 23rd Street New York, New York 10011  USA Telephone 212.629.6778

Darkened Cities, New York’s Danziger Gallery,

The French photographer Thierry Cohen has turned the lights out in the city to reveal the stunning stars that have always been overhead.In his series “Darkened Cities,” Cohen creates a visual reminder of what the world would look like if it were free of light pollution, and asks us to ponder how an increasingly urban society can disconnect us from the natural world.

527 West 23rd Street
New York, New York 10011  USA
Telephone 212.629.6778

NY Ballet partering with Urban Graffiti Art!


NYCB Art Series commissions contemporary artists to create original works of art inspired by our unique energy, spectacular dancers, and one-of-a-kind repertory of ballets. New York City Ballet has worked with leading and emerging artists throughout the Company’s history — luminaries like Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, and Julian Schnabel. We are proud to continue this tradition by partnering with Brooklyn-based artists FAILE for the inaugural year of Art Series.

FAILE’s installation, Les Ballets De Faile, was created for theArt Series performances on Friday, February 1, and Wednesday, May 29. On these dates, every seat in the house is available for just $29, and each audience member will receive a limited-edition work made specifically for this event.

FAILE’s installation will also be on view to ticketed patrons at all performances during the Winter season and during special gallery viewing hours that are free and open to the public, February 10-17.

Sunday 10 AM–1 PM
Tuesday–Friday 12–5 PM
Saturday 10 AM–12 PM
Closed Monday

http://www.nycballet.com/artseries/

Paths to Pier 42 is a proposal for a series of temporary art/educational/design installations and public events along the East River Waterfront that will take place in the summer of 2013. The Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance is organizing this participatory process to increase access and create temporary public uses while areas of the waterfront from the Brooklyn Bridge to East River Park are awaiting capital improvements.
http://www.twobridges.org/programs-and-projects/public-programs-events/paths-to-pier-42
Below is the full timeline:
January Release of closed RFP to artists and designers.
March Deadline for applications; juried selection process
April-June Artists/designers meet with Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance members, advisory committee and community members.
May Community Day in conjunction with the New Museum, Ideas City 2013.
June-July Build installations.
July Public launch of Paths to Pier 42.
July-November Public programming.
December De-installation.
A community day is scheduled to coincide with the second annual New Museum Ideas Festival in May.  It had been postponed due to the wrath of Hurricane Sandy.

Paths to Pier 42 is a proposal for a series of temporary art/educational/design installations and public events along the East River Waterfront that will take place in the summer of 2013. The Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance is organizing this participatory process to increase access and create temporary public uses while areas of the waterfront from the Brooklyn Bridge to East River Park are awaiting capital improvements.

http://www.twobridges.org/programs-and-projects/public-programs-events/paths-to-pier-42

Below is the full timeline:

January
Release of closed RFP to artists and designers.

March
Deadline for applications; juried selection process

April-June
Artists/designers meet with Lower East Side Waterfront Alliance members, advisory committee and community members.

May
Community Day in conjunction with the New Museum, Ideas City 2013.

June-July
Build installations.

July
Public launch of Paths to Pier 42.

July-November
Public programming.

December
De-installation.

A community day is scheduled to coincide with the second annual New Museum Ideas Festival in May.  It had been postponed due to the wrath of Hurricane Sandy.

The Curator of “Brooklyn Look” - Jennifer Mankins

Jennifer Mankins, who owns the three Bird boutiques in Brooklyn, at her South Williamsburg store, where she stocks approachable pieces by independent designers. 

Bird (women’s and men’s fashion) | Williamsburg, Brooklyn At 2,500 square feet, the Williamsburg outpost of Bird is nearly three times the size of Jennifer Mankins’s two existing Brooklyn shops. Inside is a calming expanse of pale yellow pine wood (salvaged from a warehouse), steel, brick and natural light. The clean, Scandinavian-inspired interior is home to a newly expanded line of women’s wear. In addition to her signature labels like Vena Cava and Alexander Wang, Mankins is adding Thakoon and animal-friendly accessories by Stella McCartney to the mix, plus shoes, bags and her biggest offering of men’s wear yet. Mankins, who collaborated with the architect Ole Sondresen, says that if all goes according to plan, this Bird shop will be the first LEED-certified clothing store in New York City (the City’s official Green Building Ratings System).203 Grand Street (between Bedford and Driggs avenues); (718) 388-1655; shopbird.com

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/27/fashion/jennifer-mankins-and-the-brooklyn-aesthetic.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1

The Curator of “Brooklyn Look” - Jennifer Mankins

Jennifer Mankins, who owns the three Bird boutiques in Brooklyn, at her South Williamsburg store, where she stocks approachable pieces by independent designers.

Bird (women’s and men’s fashion) | Williamsburg, Brooklyn
At 2,500 square feet, the Williamsburg outpost of Bird is nearly three times the size of Jennifer Mankins’s two existing Brooklyn shops. Inside is a calming expanse of pale yellow pine wood (salvaged from a warehouse), steel, brick and natural light. The clean, Scandinavian-inspired interior is home to a newly expanded line of women’s wear. In addition to her signature labels like Vena Cava and Alexander Wang, Mankins is adding Thakoon and animal-friendly accessories by Stella McCartney to the mix, plus shoes, bags and her biggest offering of men’s wear yet. Mankins, who collaborated with the architect Ole Sondresen, says that if all goes according to plan, this Bird shop will be the first LEED-certified clothing store in New York City (the City’s official Green Building Ratings System).
203 Grand Street (between Bedford and Driggs avenues); (718) 388-1655; shopbird.com

http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/27/fashion/jennifer-mankins-and-the-brooklyn-aesthetic.html?pagewanted=1&_r=1

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Best Christmas Shopping Windows in NYC - 2012

Best Christmas Shopping Windows in NYC - 2012

Pivot Point: Nike Pop up store located in Brooklyn (Barclays Center)
Pop-up retail shop in Brooklyn, NY celebrates the iconic Air Force 1 and the release of the new Lunar Force 1.



In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1, Nike introduces Pivot Point, a New York hub of all things Nike Air Force 1 this season, open for a limited time at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.  
The space takes inspiration from the iconic Air Force 1, using authentic accents and design elements of the original and the new Nike Lunar Force 1. Pivot Point will offer a select assortment of Nike product, including the Nike Lunar Force 1, NIKE+ FuelBands and Nike Bespoke, the innovative by appointment only experience that takes individual design to new heights with an unparalleled, creative individual design experience.   
Pivot Point is located at 620 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 and will open to the public beginning Dec. 11 through Dec. 23 from 12 PM – 7 PM daily. 
In addition, Nike designed a 32x24x12 interactive LED lit Nike Air Force 1 30th Anniversary shoebox placed in the plaza of the Barclays Center.  Visitors wearing Nike Air Force shoes will gain immediate entrance to the shoebox where their photo will be taken and can be shared through social media.

http://nikeinc.com/news/nike-introduces-pivot-point#/inline/16214

Pivot Point: Nike Pop up store located in Brooklyn (Barclays Center)

Pop-up retail shop in Brooklyn, NY celebrates the iconic Air Force 1 and the release of the new Lunar Force 1.

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In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Nike Air Force 1, Nike introduces Pivot Point, a New York hub of all things Nike Air Force 1 this season, open for a limited time at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.  

The space takes inspiration from the iconic Air Force 1, using authentic accents and design elements of the original and the new Nike Lunar Force 1. Pivot Point will offer a select assortment of Nike product, including the Nike Lunar Force 1, NIKE+ FuelBands and Nike Bespoke, the innovative by appointment only experience that takes individual design to new heights with an unparalleled, creative individual design experience.   

Pivot Point is located at 620 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11217 and will open to the public beginning Dec. 11 through Dec. 23 from 12 PM – 7 PM daily. 

In addition, Nike designed a 32x24x12 interactive LED lit Nike Air Force 1 30th Anniversary shoebox placed in the plaza of the Barclays Center.  Visitors wearing Nike Air Force shoes will gain immediate entrance to the shoebox where their photo will be taken and can be shared through social media.

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http://nikeinc.com/news/nike-introduces-pivot-point#/inline/16214

Sutton Place penthouse of Richard Perry, Barneys owner.
Perry is a man of meticulous habit, a super-athlete who prides himself on his sophisticated sense of style. He has a closetful of suits by Thom Browne and Lanvin that don’t have shoulders that slant like a roof.

His apartment is a pure example of the Pop and neo-Pop aesthetics in that everything is magnified and lurid, like the huge Jeff Koons metallic green diamond planted on the terrace, visible from the foyer — and a source of vexation with a neighbor, who claimed the rock emits a laser-strength glare. (Richard dismisses the gripe as baseless.) The apartment is like someone’s idea in 1963 of a home of the future, down to the panoramic curve of the living room, the bottomless whiteness and the oval leather sofa large enough to seat 30. On the walls hang paintings by Roy Lichtenstein and Jim Dine. It’s not a room for relaxing; even trays of hard candies, displayed with absurd precision, seem to treat enjoyment strictly as a still life.

The new shoe floor of Barneys New York.

Sutton Place penthouse of Richard Perry, Barneys owner.

Perry is a man of meticulous habit, a super-athlete who prides himself on his sophisticated sense of style. He has a closetful of suits by Thom Browne and Lanvin that don’t have shoulders that slant like a roof.

His apartment is a pure example of the Pop and neo-Pop aesthetics in that everything is magnified and lurid, like the huge Jeff Koons metallic green diamond planted on the terrace, visible from the foyer — and a source of vexation with a neighbor, who claimed the rock emits a laser-strength glare. (Richard dismisses the gripe as baseless.) The apartment is like someone’s idea in 1963 of a home of the future, down to the panoramic curve of the living room, the bottomless whiteness and the oval leather sofa large enough to seat 30. On the walls hang paintings by Roy Lichtenstein and Jim Dine. It’s not a room for relaxing; even trays of hard candies, displayed with absurd precision, seem to treat enjoyment strictly as a still life.

The new shoe floor of Barneys New York.