Enchanting jewelry pieces made by hand by Perry Gargano in his studio workshop seem like fantasy come to life… don’t they look like they come from a secret world?…
Perry Gargano is located at 242 Grand Street, Brooklyn NY 11211
As seen in Working Class Magazine
Oil well dresses, ruby slippers, a southern belle living and designing in Brooklyn New York.
Welcome to the designer Ashley Cheeks’s Brooklyn shop & work studio “Its Ok My Dear”
She BLOGS, She TWEETS, She SALES!
You can read about her store in this month’s issue of Working Class Magazine as they profile designers and shops on Brooklyn’s Grand Street!
Home of the immensely talented Brooklyn Artist Zach Whitehurst & the stunningly adorable Beauty Publicist Monica Frost! Creators of a “Brooklyn Brunch”
While I was photographing their home they pulled out the before shots of how the apartment looked with it’s previous owners. See the dramatic BEFORE & AFTER… “baby, we’ve come a long way.”
The before and afters, as seen in Apartment Therapy!
*glasses made by Zach
… and to top it off, they’re engaged! Congratulations to a sweet & creative couple~
A couple in love, a backyard patio, a place in Brooklyn, a brunch for two
Brooklyn, New York
Last week we visited the Charlie and Sam trunk show, a charming Williamsburg boutique named after the two owner’s dogs which are immortalized in gilded frames behind the register. They sell unique treasures by handmade designers such as Alexandra Grecco who was there with her staple “sexy pink polaroid” and Telesca’s Meagan Camp with her signature poppy red lips. Oh so retro Hannah made the room a more beautiful place and Marco Argiro of The Mood filled the room with music and let me do a mini-photo shoot!
Everything about this place is special. I even love their website.
Last night Future Friends, a Brooklyn based design company, opened up it’s garage door for a summertime BBQ in Williamsburg with all the High Life & hot dogs a girl could ask for. Having a converted auto-body garage for offices makes for a very functional modern work space and I can imagine a great work environment. Ok.. I’m slightly jealous. Bonus, finally met the man behind scanwiches.. nice guy and surprisingly trim.
Rooftop Horticulture in Brooklyn