Artists Sunday™ – the nationwide alliance of artists and economic development organizations — launched today with more than 775 participants. Continue Reading →
Photographs by Seitu Oronde
On February 1-5th, 2020, Sietu attended the HandMade and the Fashion Runway 2020 event, curated by Farai Simoyi mid-town at Jacob Javits Center, NY. Continue Reading →
Refinery 29 reports that it’s been a while since we heard anything from Target especially since its store is right there in East Harlem. Just when we thought Target couldn’t get us any more amped up for summer to end, the store hit us with a new home line that looks like autumn incarnate. Continue Reading →
Suwada is a gem that stuck to thoroughly skilled hand made finished surface that has a hairline sleek satin finish dating back to 1926, in Sanjo, Nigata prefeture, famous as a city of cutlery like Seki city in Japan. Continue Reading →
Ah, the Yves Salomon Women’s Tipped Fur Collar, is just fabulous for that Harlem woman who wants the best for every part of her body this winter.
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