The brand we know I love reached a whole new level of sophistication in 2013. You may already be aware, the contemporary decor company renovated a gorgeous, six-story, fixer-upper in Chelsea, New York to house RH Contemporary Art. The gallery offers an artist residence program and has featured emerging artists such as: Samantha Thomas, Natasha Wheat, Peter Demos, Toby Christian, and Nathan Baker. But wait, it gets better....the company is planning to open an L.A. space this year! No need to guess who will be front and center of that opening.... ME!!!
Friday, January 31, 2014
Thursday, January 30, 2014
Monday, January 27, 2014
By: Kymberly Marciano on 1/27/2014
My family and kids have always been a big inspiration behind my work, from mother to mother, this photo series by Elena Shumilova of her kids and their furry friends is perfectly precious! The lighting is beautiful - taking advantage of the natural colors, weather and magical surroundings. The artist explains that she doesn't want to miss out on her growing children, she shoots everyday and processes her photos at night. How inspiring! Lets all aim to take more pictures and capture more memories with the ones we love this year. Enjoy a cup of coffee, sit back and let these warm and cozy moments melt your heart!
Friday, January 24, 2014
By: Kymberly Marciano on 1/24/2014
I'm obsessing over these darling designs from the Miss Blumarine Fall/Winter 2014 collection. These trend-setting styles were spotted strutting down the runway of the Pitti Bimbo show - quoted as a "mini Fashion Week" this year! The fact that I have to wait a whole year to get my hands on these just breaks my heart. Talk about supermodels just shrunk, their models are gorgeous too. Happy Friday - time to act like a kid!
Thursday, January 23, 2014
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
By: Kymberly Marciano on 1/22/2014
A Kymberly Marciano favorite, Antoine de Saint's "The Little Prince" get's its own art exhibit at the Morgan Library and Museum in New York City to celebrate the book's 70th anniversary. The display includes original manuscripts, rare printed editions, photos and letters. This inspiring tale has become an iconic work, originally published in the "Big Apple" and since then has been translated into 250 languages! The beloved story reminds us that what truly matters can not be seen with your eyes, but lives in your heart!