Mood fabrics. A friend took me there this gray and rainy day. And look what we saw. What better way to liven up than to see—and touch—rainbows. And listen to real designers talk about them.
I was Most Alive With You. Amazing play in previews at Playwrights Horizons. A double cast alternates speaking English and signing ASL, giving great depth to a Jobian play. It is a first. Go see it.
Santa Fe. We’re in Santa Fe for a long weekend, visiting with friends who live here and friends who have come from all over the world and as far away as Australia. The air is like wine. The vibe is chill. And did you know that women own a third of the businesses in Santa Fe and, on the nine pueblos, only woman can own real estate? Mmmm.
Hurry. History Refused To Die is an amazing show at the Met, and it closes September 23. The quilts, quintessentially women’s art, are spectacular.
Julie Saul Gallery. This photography gallery is one of my favorites. Wonderful work, often made by interesting women, and frequently of startling beauty. Sometimes startling in other ways too. The current show, Batture Ritual, is mesmerizing and mysterious. Alluvial New Orleans.
Gabrielle Carlson Studio. Do you love color, and fine fabrics? Do you want "beautiful clothes, in your size?" Do you like to buy products designed and made by women here in NYC? Do you like a warm and vibrant hostess? Well then, get yourself to Gabrielle Carlson Studio.