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Spring Sprung with Lace, Poppy & Pops

Please welcome our newest addition to Real NYC Market:   mixed media artist, Annemieke Broenink.

Annemieke Broenink is a Dutch designer with a passion for fashion and accessories. She studied fashion design and has an extensive background in design and sales in the Amsterdam fashion industry.

Annemieke has been designing her own collection of playful necklaces and collars – a combination of both art and fashion – since 2004. All her wearable art is produced in her own studio.

Maxine Weintraub of Museum of Contemporary Art,
Artist Annemieke Broenink (right) | by sofaexpo

Artist Statement

Annemieke Broenink is well known as an artist who creates and produces jewelry in rubber which is inspired by traditional lace neckpieces worn in the 17th century. Working with rubber invites her to explore new directions. It’s a passion developing new applications from basic materials which are originally designed for other purposes.

POPS LACE

POPPY and POPS

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166 Mulberry St (between Grand & Broome) NYC

Fashionista Tea + Tea Scarves = Connections

Thank you Brenda of Fashionista Tea for your Blog!  Tea Scarf and Fashionista Tea are awesome!   There are so many artists and makers who come to the Real NYC Designer Market and make friends/connections with their next door neighbor!  You never know who you will meet….  Keep your minds and hearts open and the right person will be dropped into your path!  We are inspired – REAL brings so much talent together and so many ideas all under one roof (and sky)!

Link to Blog – FASHIONISTA TEA

“Recently, FashionistaTea was an exhibitor at the Real NYC Designer Market in the Nolita neighborhood of New York City.  The Market features handmade décor, fashion, leather work, jewelry and all kinds of accessories. I had the opportunity to meet, Artist Reed Slater who was exhibiting beautiful scarves made from Tea.

Reed launched Tea Scarf in 2013 with the desire to create sustainably produced, eco-friendly, luxury scarves.  The scarves are printed on sustainably produced bamboo fabric and each pattern is created using teabags (how cool is this??) which have been steeped and printed on paper.  Each design and scarf is unique and the original prints on paper are photographed and the designs transferred to bamboo fiber, becoming wearable art.  Reed works in Brooklyn, New York and they are the stylish accessory to wear on a cool summer evening.  Check out his web site at:  www.teascarf.com  

How could I not love this, fashion that is eco-friendly and the perfect combination of Tea and fashion!

Here are a few of Reed’s scarves that were featured at the Designer Market (www.RealNYCmarket.com)”

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-Fashionista Tea  

 

Last-minute deals: Five sales happening in NYC this weekend

Score great deals on clothing, shoes and even teeth-whitening services at these last-minute sales happening around New York City

By Jessica LundgrenThu Mar 13 201

Last-minute deals:  Five sales happening in NYC this weekend.

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We already told you about so many sales and shopping events happening this week. But guess what? The list doesn’t end there. We found out about more deals to be had this weekend (and beyond), and we couldn’t keep them to ourselves. Need to satisfy that spending (and saving) urge? Check back each week to bag major deals.
Select home goods are up to 90 percent off, including furniture floor samples, tabletop items and bedding. Check out hand-glazed clay ceramics reduced from $18–$75 to $5–$22, and alpaca striped throws for $110 (originally $275). 123 W 17th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves (212-372-7706). Mar 13–15, Mar 17 10am–8pm; Mar 16 11am–6pm.
Stop by this one-day marketplace for handmade accessories and decor from local artists. Highlights include Private Opening enameled rings ($55) and Box 185 feather earrings with Swarovski crystals priced $75 (instead of $95). 233 Mott St between Prince and Spring Sts (646-831-5455). Mar 15 11am–7pm.
This office is offering their specialty Diamond Dust teeth-whitening treatment for $50 (regularly $250), with any regular dental cleaning and exam ($180). Frequented by celebrity clientele—Hugh Jackman, Mary-Louise Parker and Usher—the 30-minute process uses a Diamond Dust–infused polishing paste, allowing teeth to be five to eight shades lighter after only one visit. We can’t wait to flash our smiles outside once the spring sunshine (and weather) decides to show up. 128 E 71st St between Park and Lexington Aves (212-288-4455). Mon–Fri 9am–5pm. Mar 13–Apr 15.
Browse this temporary space for quirky T-shirt designs you can doodle on. Each machine-washable top features a graphic made out of special chalkboard fabric, and includes mini chalk pieces and a storage pocket for travel. We’re fans of the women’s unicorn motif ($31) and men’s necktie print ($31). 337 Metropolitan Ave at Havemeyer St, Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Mon–Fri 11am–8pm; Sat, Sun 11am–9pm. Mar 13–30.
Matt Bernson spring-collection launch
Join this shoe designer and special guest bloggers—Arielle Nachmani and Grace Atwood—for styling advice at Bloomingdale’s Soho. Browse Bernson’s spring collection while enjoying complimentary prosecco and gluten-free sweets from Tu-Lu’s Bakery. Purchase adorable woven peep-toe booties ($255), metallic-and-embossed python flats ($176) and perforated wedges ($249). The first 50 buyers will receive a Tribeca-shaped geometric brass ring ($45 retail). 504 Broadway between Broome and Spring Sts (212-941-7634, mattbernson.com). Mar 19 6–8pm. 
Jessica Lundgren
Freelance Fashion Assistant
Shopping & Style
Time Out New York
New York, NY 10018
@lundgrenjl