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One of a kind items from around the world!
Please welcome Uli Rapp – Uli Rapp (1974) received her Masters degree in jewelry design at the prestigious Sandberg Institute in Amsterdam. Fascinated by the Elizabethan splendour in dress decoration she translates it into wearable contemporary jewelry. Her collections have developed rapidly in a sophisticated style and use of smart materials – she invented a technique to apply medical plastic between textile.
Uli’s necklaces, brooches and earrings interpret a love for antique gemstones and pearls contrasting with chunky chains. All pieces are skilfully handmade in screen print on light weight soft materials. The combination of a contemporary artist’s tools with the hint of past splendour makes for tintillating jewelry: conversation pieces for bold wearers like famous Architect Zaha Hadid and Designer Nathalie Rykiel.
Uliʼs pieces are in permanent collections of international museums and private collectors. They are sold at shows and galleries in Paris, Miami and Dubai.
Mulberry Pop-Up has one of a kind pieces, as well as collections arriving weekly. Our L.A. collections are a sweet treat!
New Arrivals at Real NYC Market – Silk and Hand-Felted Merino Wool
MADE IN ITALY has arrived at Mulberry Pop-Up
Birds are coming soon from Argentina at Real NYC Market
PERFECTOS DRAGONES WAS FOUNDED IN 2001 WITH THE ILLUSION OF DESIGNING AND MANUFACTURING INNOVATED AND UNIQUE FASHION ACCESSORIES FOR THE MARKET PLACE. THEIR INSPIRATION FLOWS DUE TO MATERIAL RESEARCH AND ITS TRANSFORMING POTENTIALS. THEY FIND VARIOUS AND DIFFERENT USES FOR MATERIALS: BEING AND APPEARING. TEXTURES, COLOURS AND TRANSPARENCIES IN THOSE MATERIALS ARE PART OF THE EXCITING EXPERIENCE OF USING PERFECTOS DRAGONES ACCESSORIES.
THEIR ACCESSORIES COLLECTIONS ARE MARKETED IN THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS FASHION DESIGN SHOPS IN ARGENTINA AND OTHER FASHION DESIGN SHOPS WORLDWIDE.
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I am very grateful to all of our wonderful customers and all of the fantastic artists and designers I have had the privilege to work with at Real NYC Market. Surrounded by many inspiring individuals fills me with so much gratitude! Here is to another great year ahead – Happy New Year 2017!!
Thank you, Sara Keiser & The Real Team
Special thanks to the one and only “Cannoli King” Baby John at Caffe Palermo
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166 Mulberry Street NYC 10013
Fashion Art & Design
Sarah Sokol received her BFA in Interior Design at Pratt Institute and spent three years designing commercial kitchens for clients like Alex Stupak, the Meatball Shop and Andre Balasz. However, inspired by the creativity of the Burning Man Community, Sarah set out to strike a balance between her lifelong love of fashion with her training in design.
Sarah Sokol wearing her Derby Day Horsehair Feather Mohawk. Photographed for the New York Times by Fred R. Conrad and featured in the July 12, 2015 issue.
When Sarah went to Burning Man for the first time, she discovered the limitlessness of the imagination and a desire to create quality headpieces which expressed her inner self as well. Having been further inspired by Anya Caliendo’s work, Sarah went to study under the milliner in her Advanced Couture Millinery course. There, she learned detailed techniques of couture millinery; techniques she practices today in her studio. Taking two dimensional materials and creating a sculptural statement to be worn on top of a human head became the most amazing challenge to Sarah — both structurally and creatively.
Sarah Sokol currently lives in Brooklyn, NY, in the neighborhood where she was born and raised, where she owns and operates Sarah Sokol Millinery, Inc. She is a member of The Milliner’s Guild in NYC and was featured in The New York Times along with them. She has also studied millinery abroad in England under Ani Townsend (Milliner’s Guild, Bristol), from whom she learned to make a variety of new hat styles and work in new materials.
30+ Participating: Abby May Jewelry, Wavy Tang, Vilaiwan, Vernakular Photo Design, Soukenberi, Sohung Designs, Sara Sokol, Rose Lady, Nuna Knits, Private Opening, Liane by Design, Judy K Handbags, Alicia P Designs, Andrea Vargas, Attitude by Jeanne, Box 185 by Sara Keiser, Christa Louise, Damarys Galeano, Detour Designs, Helen’s Jewelry, Ink and Alloy, Lyndee Designs Jewelry, Manuelle Scarves, Mila Mila Furniture Design and more
Join the Real Team – Reserve a space to sell Daily/Weekly/Monthly – 2×2′ – 5×7′
Rent a space within your needs – please contact us if you have questions. We have a rock-star professional sales team, we are open 7 days a week and we have visitors from around the world!
YEAR ROUND: Celebrate our 4th spring at Real NYC Market – Book 1 or more day/s 7 days a week or book monthly.
Trunk Show? Contact us and we will host you!
Special Event: Memorial Day Weekend (4 day weekend) – Let’s celebrate SUMMER IN LITTLE ITALY FESTIVAL – Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday – MAY 27th, 28th, 29th & 30th – BOOK NOW! Inside and/or Outside in the HEART of Festive Little Italy! Surround yourself with other amazing artists and designers in the center of it all – 166 Mulberry Street (between Grand and Broome). 5×7′ spaces are available.
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FASHION ART & DESIGN
BEAUTIFUL BARELY USED AUTHENTIC RODO GOLD BRUSHED METAL CLUTCH IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
ONE INSIDE SLIP POCKET
GOLD LEATHER LINING
GOLD CHAIN THAT CAN BE PLACED INSIDE TO BE USED EITHER AS CLUTCH OR SHOULDER BAG – with original dust bag
MADE IN ITALY
Welcome Liane By Design – HAND WOVEN WIRE JEWELRY
YING YANG IS THE ESSENTIAL BALANCE IN LIFE. THE BEAUTY OF COMBINING TWO OPPOSITE POLES INTO ONE MAGICAL STATE.
WEAVING RIGID, STATIC GOLD AND SILVER INTO FLUID, ETHEREAL OBJECTS OF ADORNMENT IS THE ESSENCE OF MY DESIGNS
I have always loved art and craft. Whether I made it, bought it or viewed it, the creation of handmade design and ornamentation is a process that is a key part of me being Me.
And while my designs are not made using traditional metallurgic processes, it is a technique that combines two great artisanal crafts: textile hand weaving and jewelry making, creating a totally unique look. Each stitch is as caringly done by hand, as a textile weaver would do at a loom or a jeweler would at a workbench.
I find inspiration from periods of the past: Baroque, Renaissance, Victorian and combine it with contemporary ideas to create jewelry with singular beauty that transcend time. The magical joining of opposites–Ying Yang.
Moondance GF EmeraldTINSEL 14KT Gold-filled Necklace:
I make my jewelry with fine gauge precious wire. I string the pearls and crystals on the wire first, then drop them in position as I hand weave the wire around a wood hand loom. This technique makes the pearls look like they are suspended in a cocoon of gold or silver.
My jewelry has a look of delicate beauty–like raindrops on rose petals or tinsel tossed on a tree.