Don’t miss the Warhol exhibit at the Whitney (through March 31). Iconic images from our youth, given ambiguity and depth the more we see them.
The Jungle. An amazing play written in the Calais refugee camp. The St. Ann’s Warehouse settings are immersive, and brilliant, and oppressive. A tale of humanity and inhumanity. Not to be missed.
The egg collective: three young women who met each other in college and went on to create one of the hottest new design studios. They collaborate on every piece made by hand in their Brooklyn studio. DWR names them as one of their best new finds. See these pieces at their showroom or the NY State Theatre.
Bryan Cranston is amazing in Network. Play has its flaws, but his performance is a must see. Tony Goldwyn of Scandal fame is also terrific. Highly recommend. (And two hours without any intermission—perfect in my book.) Erica.
Carolina von Humboldt, French with Spanish blood, a former model, brings to her spaces a definite European aesthetic. Her living room combines a gray sofa with burgundy piping, coral colored chairs, high gloss surfboard dining table, Weiner Werkstatte chairs, and West Elm tables.
There’s nothing better than a pair of good heels to make you stand up straight and feel ready to kick ass….