It's that time again when my entire Twitter and Instagram feed is ALL FASHION and NOTHING BUT FASHION. Ask me on Tuesday next week what I think of it. Living and working on the retail end of this world I've been thinking about fashion week for months. Going into it we have to prep and design displays and presentations in hopes that the store is looking impeccable. If you're in New York at this time, it is one of the best times of the year to visit the stores and walk the windows, it may not be the opulence of Holiday but definitely stores, especially the fashion related ones are stepping up their game.
This season Bergdorf Goodman has joined forces with Grey Area to showcase selected works of artists in the window and the interiors. GREY AREA is the undefined space between art and design where art is made functional and the functional is made art. On GREY AREA, one can shop artworks that are one-of-kind, multiples or rare items.
Kyle DeWoody, co-founder and creative director hand selected each artist for the collaboration.
Want to read more about this special collaboration, you can go to Bergdorf Goodman's Blog [here] or Grey Area [here].
Thanks for reading.
The artists chosen are:
Rappaccini's Origami Terrarium, 2014
Adam Parker Smith
Untitled (Wallpaper) 2014
Borderline (New Territory) 2014
Outside In, 2014
Teddy 212, 2014
Groan Hall, 2011
WXYZ x Laura Wass
Oli Slick Hedra, 2014
Andrea Mary Marshall
Fashion Fans, 2014
Untitled (Pink Vichy, Green Pearls) 2011
Untitled (Green Stripes, Blue Pearls), 2011
Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Perrotin, Paris
Lampara de Lagrimas, 2013
Courtesy the artist, Salon 94 and Cristina Grajales, New York