UNDER THE PARASOL
POP-UP STORIES: The “American Dream”, alive and well?
Who still believes in the “American Dream”? A nice suburban home with a well kept front lawn, a happy couple with children, burgers and hotdogs barbecuing in the backyard, the sun is shining while the Andrew Sisters’ Mr. Sandman plays in the background, you know the story… Well, it’s not quite dead yet, as last week the artist Pia Sawhney revived the myth and created her […]Read More »
POP-UP STORIES: Art and Fashion on the Same Page
Every single morning, for the entire year 2016, Karen Fisher had a very particular routine. As she finished her breakfast, she would open a fashion magazine, amidst a collection of international Vogue, W, Elle, and National Geographic, and start turning the pages. After a first look, she would go back but this time tearing up […]Read More »
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 »