Mele + Marie

Bring in the new year subtly with these beautifully crafted, artistic and muted clutches from Mele + Marie. The tandem team behind Mele +Marie is the Philipiine couple, Rosemarie and Mel Oamil. Sharing one vision, they created pieces that are molded by craftsmanship and the legacy of rich colonial inspired artisans of their native land.

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McCurry Color

In its first partnership with the International Center of Photography, the Rubin Museum of Art presents Steve McCurry: India. The exhibition showcases McCurry’s photographs of India in a museum for the first time, featuring a selection of 37 photographs of intriguing scenes of everyday life, including his early projects India by Rail and Monsoon. Many

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NYE with Edie Parker

Edie Parker, brand of vintage-inspired clutches and handbags based in New York City, founded in 2010 by designer Brett Heyman, sprang from a love of mid-century style. Inspired by acrylic bags made in America in the 1950s and 1960s, she began collecting the vintage purses and researching their long lost designers and original fabrication techniques. When

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Vintage Coach

Coach is celebrating its past with the Vintage Project, a collection of original bags from the Seventies and Eighties.Each piece, sourced across the U.S. and restored by Coach artisans, is billed as unique. One part of the collection has been customized with vintage Snoopy fabric patches by the brand’s leather artisans in New York City

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Cities of Light

There’s always so much going on at a Chanel show that it’s ever more difficult to keep your head together enough to know what to describe first. In the case of the latest Chanel Métiers d’Art extravaganza, which just played out in Rome, perhaps one should start with Karl Lagerfeld’s relationship with the city, which

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Denim Delivery

“Denim: Fashion’s Frontier” at the Museum at FIT takes on the ambitious task of presenting a 175-year history of the ubiquitous blue jean, from a pair of handmade men’s work trousers that date back to the 1840s through to recent influential looks including a denim gown from Junya Watanabe. The exhibition is ambitious because denim

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