NYC: Swedish designs and American squares

We headed back to Central Park after the McQueen exhibition and had a chill little pause. This is Catherine’s photo. Some of these photos are taken by her!There we found a sweet Alice in Wonderland statue!And so thereafter we went to this gallery: Philips de pury & company, close to 5th avenue. Catherines friend from Sweden designed and developed this really cool analog-goes-dialog clock. There’s a very advanced computer behind it that makes the fingers slowly turn around a few times and then show the right time once a minute. You could buy it for 50.000 dollars. One of Victoria Beckhams friends has already bought it. Yep.Catherines friend also designed this barette which is super funny if you have black, long hair!Walked past Rockefeller center, Trumph tower and some shops. It started to rain and we were at times square. I was a bit amazed. Just like I imagined. So American.

Friday night was one big party. Read about that here.


About ceciliarosell

Swedish Montrealer with a special love for vintage, travelling, guys with beard, food and rock n' roll.
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