The Major, Uptown’s Rodriguez And Others Call For Design-Build Authorization For Infrastructure Projects

Agency officials and members of the de Blasio administration gathered at the Whitehall Terminal of the Staten Island Ferry to urge the Governor to sign the NYC Design-Build Act. Continue Reading →

Home Renovations That Can Add Value To A Property From Harlem To Hollywood

Home renovations can range from investments that dramatically increase your home to personal design changes that actually subtract from its value. Continue Reading →

Need A Bigger Apartment Why Not Find More Space In The One You Have

It is impossible to go through life without amassing all kinds of clutter. Some people will even have boxes under their beds or at the back of a wardrobe having never unpacked from the last time they moved home. Continue Reading →

City’s $15+M Renovation For Harlem Montefiore Square

A $15 million renovation to Harlem’s Montefiore Square will triple the public space in size and include upgraded features and newly-planted trees, according to city officials. Continue Reading →

Target Gets Hard Core About Revolutionizing Accessible Design From Harlem To Harare

With a store in East Harlem Target is arguably the originator of the diffusion designer collaboration, and to celebrate 20 years of the democratization of design. Continue Reading →

Decorating A New House With Antique Pieces

There is nothing to say that you can’t incorporate antique and vintage pieces into a modern home from Harlem to Harare. Continue Reading →

Rest In Peace Arthur McGee The Grandfather Of Fashion Designers Of Color (Video)

By B Michael

Considered the grandfather of fashion designers of color, Arthur McGee got his start in fashion after entering a contest for a scholarship to Traphagen School of Design in New York. Continue Reading →

Louis Vuitton’s Men’s Spring-Summer 2020 Gear

The Guardian writes that with Karl Lagerfeld’s death in February, there is a vacancy in Parisian fashion for a designer to turn fashion shows into a spectacle. Continue Reading →

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