nycnostalgia:

Atypical street musicians, circa 1970, on Columbus Ave.

nycnostalgia:

Atypical street musicians, circa 1970, on Columbus Ave.

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Check out #ChristinaAguilera beltin’ it on #JimmyFallon with #TheRoots as they perform an office supply rendition of “Your Body”! #musicmonday

One of our jewelry displays in Flaitron! 

One of our jewelry displays in Flaitron! 

theniftyfifties:

Ava Gardner

theniftyfifties:

Ava Gardner

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Did you know that there’s a deep and ominous hum that rises through the subway grate at 45th/Broadway in Times Square? It’s an art installation by sound artist Max Neuhaus and has been in operation, on and off, since 1977!

James Brown performing his groovy, I-can’t-help-but-dance-to-this tune “Get up offa that Thing” live on the Midnight Special! 
The single was released in 1976 an hit #4 on the US R&B charts- and it was recorded in just two takes!
lucamaininipsychodiva:

HEADLESS PARFUM

lucamaininipsychodiva:

HEADLESS PARFUM

Sleek and chic! Come by our flatiron location and check out our new display today!

Sleek and chic! Come by our flatiron location and check out our new display today!

A fashion presentation (as opposed to a “fashion show”) is an alternative method of showing a collection. Often models stand stock straight, but are sometimes posed not unlike an editorial spread, for one hour while editors come and look at the scene in front of them. Occasionally there are performance elements, but that’s rare. 
(Pictured: Ostwald Helgason Spring 2013 Presentation at NY Fashion Week, photographed September 2012)

A fashion presentation (as opposed to a “fashion show”) is an alternative method of showing a collection. Often models stand stock straight, but are sometimes posed not unlike an editorial spread, for one hour while editors come and look at the scene in front of them. Occasionally there are performance elements, but that’s rare. 

(Pictured: Ostwald Helgason Spring 2013 Presentation at NY Fashion Week, photographed September 2012)

Garland Jeffreys kills it in this live performance of his tune “‘Til John Lee Hooker Calls Me”!