Monthly Archives: September 2014

Fall Shopping Real NYC Market

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Gorgeous weekend coming up! HOURS: Saturday and Sunday 11-8 PM at 109 Mulberry Street in Little Italy, NYC.  Fall Shopping never got so good – Shop directly from designers and artists at Real NYC Market!

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Photo Credits:  Kim Lyons, Box 185 by Sara Keiser, Heidi Williams Detour Designs, Roxanne Baldwin & Private Opening

Opening September 10: Killer Heels

Brooklyn Museum has another fabulous show!

Brooklyn Museum
Hot on the heels of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk is our upcoming exhibition Killer Heels: The Art of the High-Heeled Shoe, on view September 10, 2014–February 15, 2015. (Opens to the public at 2 p.m. on September 10.)

Killer Heels explores fashion’s most provocative accessory, looking at the high-heeled shoe’s rich and varied history and its enduring place in our popular imagination. It features more than 160 heels on loan from world-famous designers, the renowned Brooklyn Museum costume collection housed at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Bata Shoe Museum. There are also six specially commissioned films inspired by high heels. So walk—or run—to see it! 

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“I wanted to make a shoe with an invisible heel. I looked down and there it was: The Eames chair leg from the chair I was sitting on. . . . What if the heel pretended to be not a part of the shoe but be part of the surroundings? This way the heel would be in disguise and in a way disappear. . . . The chair became a part of the shoe by the simple gesture of remix in design.”

—Rem D. Koolhaas, United Nude

killer shoesWalter Steiger. “Unicorn Tayss,” Spring 2013. Courtesy of Walter Steiger. Photo: Jay Zukerkorn

Killer ShoesWinde Rienstra. “Bamboo Heel,” 2012. Bamboo, glue, plastic cable ties. Courtesy of Winde Rienstra. Photo: Jay Zukerkorn

Killer ShoesItalian. Chopine, 1550–1650. Silk, metal. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Herman Delman, 1955. 2009.300.1494a, b. Brooklyn Museum photograph, Mellon Costume Documentation Project, Lea Ingold and Lolly Koon, photographers

August end is HOT! Real NYC Market

Say it isn’t so….end of August!?  Labor Day Weekend:  Saturday 11-9 PM + Sunday 11-8 Pm + Monday 11-8 PM = Great weekend!  Thank you to all the exhibitors and all of the shoppers and wonderful people we met and knew!  Not to worry!  We have an amazing Fall 2014 and Holiday 2014 in store for you!

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Real NYC Market: September 6 & 7

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Saturday, September 6 11-9 PM & Sunday, September 7 11-8 PM

Surround yourself with other artists, creators, designers and entrepreneurs this weekend selling your creative works!  In the heart of Little Italy – 109 Mulberry Street – Open as a pedestrian mall where 1000s from all over the world eat and shop!  Tourists and locals everywhere!  Visit the Little Italy restaurants and shops – we are a rare treasure in the center….. where you can SHOP AND SELL directly from the artists!

Plenty of Home Decor, Fashion, Art and Collectibles!  See you all this weekend!

Fall 2014

Saturday:        4′ – $60     6′ – $85     10×10 – $100

Sunday:          4′ – $55     6′ – $75     10×10 – $90

Both Days:     4′ – $100   6′ – $150   10×10 – $170

Table rentals $5 Each/day  FREE CHAIRS

Sneak Peek’s for this upcoming weekend:

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Photo Credits:  Aiesha Bridges (AKA – “Lady B “), Authentic Attitude, Box 185 by Sara Keiser, Pheassa, Mark the Artisian and Lyndee Designs Jewelry PLUS Ava Gardner Made in USA 🙂

The Set NYC presents: Fashion Week Benefit S/S 2015

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The Set NYC presents:  Fashion Week Benefit S/S 2015.  A benefit event to protect and educate children for www.freedomladder.org.  Thursday September 11 and Saturday September 13 at the Holy Apostles Ballroom, 296 9th Ave, by 28th St in Chelsea, Manhattan.  Music by Joe Terra.  DRESS FASHIONABLY   TICKETS HERE   The SET NYC

 Thursday Sept 11.  6:30pm – 11pm

Runway Presentation times

7:20pm:  Christina Yi (Lucky Magazine, Racked) presenting “Bone Collector”

8:10pm:  Clavon’s Wear presenting “Throwing you Some Shade”

9:00pm:  Lucina Lu (Auxiliary Magazine, Posture Magazine) presenting “Breath in the Water”

9:50pm:  Tavia Sanza (Shock Value Magazine) presenting “Concrete Hothouse” [clothing by J. Church]

 

Fashion exhibitions (Sept 11) by IZAVEL (Project Runway, NBC “Fashion Star”),  Palomino Jewelry (Best design Brooklyn Bead Box),  SNOWMAN NEW YORK (Sereine Magazine),  Elizabeth Tolson (The State Hermitage Museum, Russia), Grace Gonzalez (Vanity Fair Spain),Avi GiChee, and IJAYApparel

Art exhibitions (Sept 11) by Lindsay Risk (Blackbook Magazine, Vogue), David Chevtaikin(BAMA Contemporary Gallery), Roxanne Savage (The New York Times, Metropolitan), Adam Kiger (Agora Gallery), and Illma Gore (Times Square street art).  A special 9/11 art memorial by artist Gylliayn. 

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 Saturday Sept 13.  7:00pm – 11pm

Runway Presentation times

8:00pm:  Berit New York (NY Times) presenting “Alt+Circuit Fall 2014”

9:00pm:  Kristin Costa (Marie Claire Italia) presenting “The Lost Girls”

9:45pm:  Sarah Hoopes (Elle Magazine, Vogue) presenting “Silent Connection”

10:40pm:  Ev Bessar (Fab Ego Magazine) presenting “Metamorphosis”

 

Fashion exhibitions (Sept 13) by  Genoveva Christoff (Mercedes Benz Fashion Week),Jane Noriega (Whim Online Magazine), JUDGED (IED Moda Lab Milan), Cathy Buckley (Bead Trends Magazine), Monroe Handbags (Parsons),  Anmido,  Silk Freak, and Aisa Marie Corrales

Art Exhibitions (Sept 13) by Maurice Perdreau, Mia Alexander Calligraphy, Prince Tyrone Williams,  David Chevtaikin (BAMA Contemporary Gallery), Roxanne Savage (The New York Times, Metropolitan), Adam Kiger (Agora Gallery), and Illma Gore (Times Square street art).  

Complimentary desserts, cocktail specials, fashion week networking, and food for purchase by Noel’s Catering Kitchen.  $18 pre-sale pass/ $25 at door, includes one complimentary cocktail.  21+ event.  Two day and VIP passes available.  Buyers/ Media/ Press:   Emailpress@thesetnyc.com with full name, company information, website, and title.   

 

Christina Yi

Tavia Sanza

Izavel

Berit New York

Kristin Costa

Sarah Hoopes

 

Genoveva Christoff

Jane Noriega

Ev Bessar