Tag Archives: Alec Friedman

Teddy Pear

Need some ideas for the perfect get well gift? Sending a Bear-Gram gift is a memorable way to put a smile on someone’s face and help them get well soon. These Get Well Bears are guaranteed for life and will be loved forever. What a great gift idea! Each Bear arrives in a fun gift [...]

A Private Solitude Made Public – In Conversation With Joana Kohen

Joana Kohen is an artist from Istanbul, Turkey. Her intense and whimsical work focuses on acute consideration of the self, conveying different disciplines of commentary. Having studied fashion design at Marangoni Institute of Milan and contemporary art at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp, her multilingual and multiethnic environment give her a unique perspective on life. She will be [...]

In Conversation With Jacopo Benassi and Kubiat Nnamdie

On May 4, a series of books by the Italian photographer Jacopo Benassi were showcased at The Milan Image Art Fair. Among the featured work were the set of photos, The Ecology of Image, and two collaborative works with Kubiat Nnamdie and Pete Voelker titled LaSpezia is Not Miami/ Miami is not LaSpezia and LaSpezia [...]

Who’s Your Padre?

“SPRING BREAK!!!”  Those two words seem like they should always be shouted together, perhaps accompanied by a fist-pump. Everyone has been there at one point in their lives—for some, spring break was about catching up on long-overdue coursework or heading back to parents’ places some R&R and a home-cooked meal. For the fancy ones, spring [...]

Conrad Tutek’s Pockets

In an age when people readily put the details of their existence, whether mundane or painfully intimate, “on blast” via Facebook and the beleaguered social networking site MySpace, Conrad Tutek just can’t subscribe to the idea of the public confessional. When asked ‘What should people know about you?’ He responded, “Not much really. Enough to [...]

Even Brighter Than The Moon Moon Moon

Fireworks are a funny thing. They celebrate and illuminate and gather people together on the streets and in fields and make them stare at the sky. I’m all for staring at the sky, and this year a week or so before the 4th, I had the idea to have people share with us their firework [...]

By the Smoke

Several weeks back, Gilt Taste managing editor Jennifer Pelka and our friend Ithai Schori gathered together members of the Dossier team and friends (including jewelery designer Anna Sheffield and stylist Michelle Cameron) at the Catskills home of photographer friend Dan Martensen to create Taste’s new Friday video series, By The Smoke. Taste (much like its brother and sister [...]

Dossier Issue 7 Launch

On Thursday, May 12 we celebrated the launch of Dossier Issue No. 7 on the roof deck at the New Museum with the support of Vans, music by Chris Taylor of Grizzly Bear and Neon Indian, drinks by Kombucha Brooklyn, limited edition totes bags by Pamela Love and Caris Reid and a showing of the [...]

Saturday’s Surf Pockets

Meet Morgan Collett, Josh Rosen and Colin Tunstall. They are the affable and striking triumvirate behind Saturdays Surf, a hidden oasis offering a place to chill while also selling rare boards, gear, surf-inspired fashion and accessories and art. Visitors can also grab an excellent cup of java. I mean the full-bodied, fresh-brewed flavor you would [...]

Hurt

Lindsey Lohan is one kind of hurt. Another is this party, Tuesdays at Bunker where myself and friends hang out, have drinks, listen to music and enjoy each other’s company. If you’re a fan of any of those things, join us starting this Tuesday, March 8. Hurt will be at Bunker, 24 Ninth Ave. every [...]