Countdown day 3! Did you get the chance to check out Unmoored in Times Square this summer? On July 11th, Mel Chin’s collaboration with Microsoft went live and featured a riveting depiction of Times Square underwater via Hololens mixed reality technology. This piece was aimed to raise awareness about the dangers of global warming, depicting a world where climate change has gone unchecked. We loved collaborating with Microsoft on this inspiring and stunning project.Read More
New York City
Day two of our 7 top memories of 2018 countdown and we’re throwing it back to the QuadPay Media Lunch just last month in Manhattan. We gathered a few great friends to have a bite and talk about QuadPay - the new fintech company that lets you make your fashion retail purchases in four equal payments rather than one.Read More
Heavenly Bodies is an autobiographical series of skyscapes that represent very specific locations and events of the artist’s life. With the human body as her canvas, Rox now presents this series as a photo documentary of her work accompanied by a live painting performance. And through See.Me, these works will be available for the first time as limited-edition prints.Read More
For the past five years, SeeMe has connected the world's creators to a global audience, both online and in real-world exhibitions and experiences. Thousands of creators have been exhibited to millions of viewers around the globe, from Art Basel Miami, to the Louvre and the White House, and dozens of shows throughout New York City.
Opening its doors in 2008, Chloe 81 fast became a favorite for anyone wanting a late-night drink amongst the connected New York scene. This exclusive location has now expanded to the ground floor above its iconic cellar bar with Chloe 81 Blue, offering its fashionable clientele the finest in oysters, a raw bar and crafted cocktails.Read More
Jenna has been taking photographs and writing from a young age. Born in Hawaii and raised in Southern California, Jenna moved to Los Angeles in 2008 where she became an assistant editor for a local music magazine. She soon devel- oped an interest in photography and began teaching herself through the medium of film.Read More
Bringing a fresh taste of authentic Mexican and a vibe of the old New York back to Greenwich Village, La Barbona is set to open its doors on October X as a reliable go-to for the well informed to kick off or continue a night out. Hidden beneath its iconic sister restaurant De Santos, the discrete location and limited seating set the stage for a refined experience of signature mezcal cocktails and a good time over mind-blowing tacos and ceviches.
For the launch of the Pantone Colorwear clothing line, VOCAL enlisted a young and vibrant team to hit the streets during New York Fashion Week to actively promote the opening of a dedicated popup shop in the city's fashionable Meatpacking Distric.Read More