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 →

What’s Old Is New What’s New Is Old, New Design For A Rowing Boathouse On The Harlem River

Uptown Harlem was the home of rowing clubs called “Sculler’s Row” along the Harlem River from Harlem to Inwood in the 1840s, today rowing is making a comeback uptown. Continue Reading →

NYCEDC And NYC Parks Release Public Proposal To Design Parks Along Harlem River

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), in partnership with NYC Parks, today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) seeking a consultant to design two new waterfront parks at Academy Street and North Cove along the Harlem River. Continue Reading →

Shinola Hotel Brings Some Serious Harlem Style To Detroit

Detroit takes another step in its version of Harlem style. While it’s no longer the thriving Motor City of the early 20th century, it’s not the abandoned downtown of a few decades ago either. Continue Reading →

MDRN Hosts The NY Launch Of Intelligent Living, The New Standard In Tech & Home Design

Futurist and interior designer Warren Kay officially launched Intelligent Living at the MDRN showroom at 936 Broadway in New York City. Continue Reading →

Thumbs Up To The MICKEY x FERMOB Times Square Chair Takeover For Mickey’s 90th

Harlem loves Disney for all work its done in Harlem from donating $1 million to the Harlem Boys & Girls Club, to bringing Luke Cage in Harlem, to the NY State. Now, in honor of Micky Mouse’s 90th birthday, Disney has partnered with Fermob!

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Health Department Expands “Undesign The Redline” Show To East Harlem And Other Action Centers

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity, in partnership with the social impact studio Designing the WE, today announced the expansion of the exhibit Undesign the Redline to the Brownsville, Brooklyn and East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Centers. Continue Reading →