UNDER THE PARASOL
Pop-Up Stories: Mixing Business with Pleasure
What type of clothing says, “I’m relaxed” more than a Hawaiian shirt? The question is rhetorical. While some might argue that the Hawaiian shirt has yet to become accepted as formal attire outside of its birth island, the two founders of Tombolo return to Parasol Projects for their second pop-up shop on Elizabeth Street to […]Read More »
Pop Up Stories: Land of Belle’s Dreamy Home Decor
As Manhattanites prepare for the summer season, Land of Belle is opening the pop-up shop of their home decor dreams. Many entrepreneurs have started their own business after they found it difficult to find items that met their needs. The design-savvy, half-french, New York native, Annabelle Moehlmann is no exception: “Many of my favorite elements in design […]Read More »
Pop-Up Stories: Indego Africa is Building An Ethical World by Women.
Year of the woman? What would happen if we chose women every day? Indego Africa shows us by establishing an ethical world by women. Indego Africa is not just your average no name, mass-produced, replica “exotic goods” brands. Driven by quality and recognition, Indego Africa is a movement that focuses on highlighting women and craftsmanship […]Read More »