The late costume jewelry designer lived in the co-op for four decades.
The exhibit pulls from Weitzman’s private archive as well as pieces owned by the historical society.
Starting her business from the kitchen table of her New York home, Amsale Aberra created an internationally known bridal company.
A new space in an office-centric New York neighborhood will offer more than hour-long styling appointments.
Mel Chin recruited Tracy Reese to design a water-inspired capsule collection that was sewn by workers trying to return to the workforce in Flint, Mich.
It’s on the market for $12.8 million, down from its original $17 million price tag.
The AD100 interior designer talks to WWD about his first condominium project.
It’s in celebrity-packed TriBeCa condominium 443 Greenwich Street.
Amsale Aberra built a reputation for designing minimalist simple wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses.
During next month’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, the “Waste No More” installation will be on view in Ventura Centrale’s vaulted tunnels.
The group is working to promote fair treatment, equal opportunity and more sustainable practices in the fashion industry.
The five-story mansion was built in 1881 and once belonged to another society heiress, Alice Gwynne Vanderbilt.
It’s just been put back on the market for close to $30 million.
In addition to turning Alfred Dunner into a leading U.S. apparel manufacturer, Joseph Aresty supported numerous organizations, including his alma mater the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.