This morning at The Met @metmuseum! So cool to see the Irving Penn's original fabric backdrop that was literally the background for many of his iconic portraits. Great exhibit of his work and I highly recommend stopping by before or after the upcoming CGD @commedesgarcons exhibit!
I saw this at the Nike Lab on Mercer St. the other day and thought it looked so cool! To be honest when most big companies do collaborations with young designers the results are such high-concept fluff that it's usually pretty useless but this look by @azarrajabi for the new Vapor Max shoe actually looked cool and reasonably wearable. I'm obviously a Nike guy but do you think @nike or @adidasoriginals does better collaborations? The @stellamccartney for @adidasoriginals is very strong but so is the gyakusou for @nike
Obsessed and inspired by the images in Marianne Sin-Pfaltzer book about her life and travels around Sardinia circa 1960s. Many of these images look like they could have been taken in 1930 or 1880. She caught a moment of transition because I'm sure none of Sardinia looked like this only 20 years later in the 1980s! Every page is full of style and humanity, check out the super chic fisherman wearing shorts and a black turtleneck on the ninth slide. Thanks again @antoniomarrasofficial for a gift that keeps on giving!
Italy on the Atlantic! I couldn't make it off my poolside beach chair in Miami but I wish I had because @jennymwalton went to this place and it looks amazing! The @vizcaya_museum looks like it was air lifted right out of Venice and into Miami. The estate was the winter home of industrialist John Deering until his death in 1925. It is now a national historic landmark and arguably one of the most beautiful places you can visit in Miami.