From an innovation perspective, one of the great things about Gen Y is that they have lowered the barrier for new ideas, products and services. And if they had a good experience, they touted in their own social groups - both online and off.
In the spirit of the fall season materializing before our eyes, top design professionals bring us warm and inviting living room spaces. By layering ri...
It recently struck me that the marriage of ethics and aesthetics in the premium segment of consumer goods seems to be considered a luxury too extravagant to indulge in by the fashion industry.
There is so much pressure to choose the "right" ring that couples can lose sight of the original purpose: as a symbol of love and commitment.
The owners of this 1920s home in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood love its Tudor-style architecture, but they weren't so enamored with the kitchen.
I was first introduced to work of Marc Marmel by Gay L. Harwin, who is, in addition to being one of the most influential attorneys in Los Angeles, one of the chicest women I know.
As our economies increasingly move from production and service economies to creative economies, the outdated metrics we use are failing to capture the true value of what is being created. Thus, they do not reflect what a culture truly wants.
From gold-foil notebooks to a heated cast-stone bench, update any living space with one of these fresh pieces.
As a predominant design element, wallpaper is definitively back, but quite literally this isn't your grandmother's decor. Gone are the frilly florals and chintzy damasks.
I started to think of the underrepresentation of other minorities in the fashion industry and the limited diversity in many other art culture subsets. As a result, I decided to look around and to give more recognition to these six creators who are following their passions.
Kim and Nicole Carosella, Puccini Cage Bracelet and Hoops Sorellina is a fine jewelry design house based out of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, founded by...
The upcoming show will present a retrospective of the fabulous creations of the most-famous-dolls-of-all, Barbie. From the iconic dresses of the 1960s to the haute couture gowns, the fashionistas' outfits always echoed the sense of style of women over the World, in small sizes. Little girls knew what they were doing!
As architects and design lovers look forward accordingly, it is worth taking stock of the minute pantheon of enduring architectural excellence that has resulted from these seasonally alternating quadrennial attention-grabbing place makers.
It seems nearly everyone wants to get into the hotel business these days. What started out as a few key collaborations--specifically fashion designers...
Her palate is cross-cultural. Her techniques are original and the use of materials unconventional. She embeds nature through photographic images of cloth and fibres. Uses natural dyes on linen and is now embellishing what mother nature does best.
Photos courtesy of Gabriel Machado, from the studio Machado Cicala Morassut in Argentina. Maybe Candace Bushnell could write a more adventurous femm...