New York City’s nightlife is known for it’s champagne poppin’ and rooftop parties, it’s clear that it’s the city to be at.
“The present in New York is so powerful that the past is so lost.”
Only now as I am progressing with our business I am realizing that there is so much unexplored, and feel embarrassed that I misjudged this great city. So please, forgive me everyone.
It’s New York Design Week 2011 and we’ve got our guide books in place. We know exactly where to go, and what to do and who to blend with. You never know who you’re going to meet and who you’ll end up having drinks when the night is over.
Last night was a full table of the city’s finest.
The night started on the higher streets of the city, stumbling to Moet Hennessy who told shared experiences from last weeks Festival de Cannes as we progressed towards SoHo where the fun began – The Molteni Group presented “Checkers,”, the this Arman/Dada kitchen collaboration between Giorgio Armani and Dada. “Checkers” uses the geometry of the grid as a recipe for both modular functionality, practically efficiency, and sophisticated surface design.
I was quite tipsy, as I pushed my foot to the Armani/Dada drawer which opened so smoothly. These products are made of true quality. The designs are really great.
Don’t waste no time and go visit the showroom at 60 Greene Street.