|The Lobby, designed by Mary McDonald |
with a nod to 1970's glamour (walls and floor
were painted in an Op Art style with wide
bold diagonal stripes of ivory and black)
housed vintage gowns from Decades, the
go to place for vintage couture.
|A wall of vintage wool swimsuits, all of them|
impeccable and incredibly charming.
From American Garage.
|A vintage shooting gallery game, also from American Garage.|
I love the color and patina, and most important, the nostalgia.
|The Dragonette booth, floors and walls are in red patent Croc.|
Pieces shown include those by Billy Haines, Fornasetti,
and Tommy Parzinger.
|One of three cases at Dragonette, all filled|
with vintage Chanel jewelry.
|A sofa and slipper chair by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbons at|
the Downtown booth.
|Fabulous Alabaster urn lamps, also at Downtown.|
|The Mid Century and Danish Modern selection at Reform Gallery.|
|Antique Chinese watercolors from Arader Galleries.|
They also have some beautiful Audobon's.
|McDonald's entry with it's graphic style.|
A striing contrast to the ornate antiques shown
in the space.
|A view into Brenner-Valdez Antiques & Interiors. |
Love the chairs and that Baroque candle stick lamp.
Actually, there isn't much that I don't love...