This workshop is for everyone of course, but would be especially perfect for all you collectors out there. So many beautiful things and no way to show them off! I’ll be talking about & demonstrating my fascination with diaramas & domes, and showing how they can be used to display your treasures & objet trouve. The simple art of creating mini worlds under glass and displaying your odds & ends in 3D forms can be the most simple and perfect way to turn your tucked away collections into beautiful still-lifes.
As usual, the workshop is ‘in conversations with’ so bring some of your treasures (especially ones that are often hidden from view- I’m always up for a challenge!) and a bottle of wine if you please. And of course, an open mind is a prerequisite.
Can’t wait to see you there- 20th July! Buy tickets here & as usual, BYO.
I love The Society inc. workshops because I always get to meet the best people! After chatting with some super cool, wine drinking students who hung up the back of the Colourbox workshop, we decided to hold our next workshop on-location at Jodie’s house. She had a huge wall to break up and what better place to example Bowerbird Display techniques that in somebody’s problem space. It was packed! Wine and champagne were flowing and we went way overtime. Huge thankyou to Jodie!!!
I’m heading off to the US next week to officially launch ‘The Stylist’s Guide to NYC’ in NYC! It will be held at the wonderful & inspirational, Anthropologie. Book signing from 6 – 8pm on Thursday 26th at the Soho store: 375 West Broadway, NYC 10012. So before you jet off to the Hamptons for the long weekend come and say hi- can’t wait to see you there!
There’s a cool contest that Anthropologie has set up- only available to those in NY! Check out their facebook for all the details and to enter.
A Stylist’s Guide to NYC was officially launched last night with a party at MsG’s! Sponsored by Bloom and Absolut. I had so much fun (and so many more champagnes). My most fav & oldest friend, Edwina McCann, Editor of Harper’s Bazaar opened the night and the rest of the evening was filled with laughs and cocktails and a very late dinner with a sword-straw fight. MsG’s was the perfect host as usual!
My good friends at Edo Arts are having a Charity Event for the Japanese tsunami and earthquake appeals. It sounds super fun with a Shakuhachi Master, Koto players and a silent auction plus it’s for a good cause!