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Pink Thing of The Day: Neon Pink Retro Wall Clock

Neon Pink Retro Wall Clock
Photo By Gail

This Nostalgia-inducing clock hangs on the wall behind the bar at The Odeon Bistro on West Broadway, SOHO NYC. They have great steak frites there!

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Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Corridor and Stairwell

Pink Corridor
All Photos By Gail

Oh my, I do love a Pink Room. This corridor will take you to the staircase that leads to second floor location of Meet on Chrystie, a corporate meeting space whose décor could only have been done by an artist. It’s pretty groovy.

Pink Stairs Up

I loved how the aesthetics kick in before you even enter Meet, with its bright pink corridor and pink-painted stairs and railing.

Pink Stairs from Landing

The pink accents stop before you continue on to the third floor, so you know there was a bit of branding going in the decision to create these colorful flourishes.

Pink Stairs Down

It just makes you feel happy and welcome, as you bask in the glow of the pink.

Pink Corridor 2

I’ll be back.

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Glitter Kids Sneakers

Pink Glitter Kids Sneakers
Photo By Gail

All the best sneakers are made for kids, amiright? I would kill to have a pair of either of these designs in my size.

Photographed in the window of Lesters at 2nd Avenue and 80th Street in Manhattan!

Pink Thing of The Day: Pink Bike in Copenhagen

Pink Bike
Photo By Gail

Something we learned very quickly while visiting the Danish city of Copenhagen in early June is that people like to Ride Bikes there. Thirty-Six percent of the population commutes to work a bike, and they are just fucking everywhere, so you had better watch out! It is insane, and yet, not insane, because it saves gas and is better for you and the environment. I took this photo of nice Pink Bike while my sister and I took shelter from a thunder storm on our way to see some sites. Copenhagen is an awesome city and I would go back for another visit in a heartbeat.

Pink Thing of The Day: Couture Skirt and Top By Giambattista Valli

Couture Skirt and Top By Giambattista Valli
All Photos By Gail

Giambattista Valli (Italian, b. 1966) embodies contemporary couture. His collections blend fantasy with simple, clean lines in garments that are inherently wearable and intensely romantic. Each piece is meticulously crafted, with decadent fabrics and impeccable tailoring. Voluminous, indulgent and chromatically rich, his gowns, such as the feathery tulle ball-gown skirt with piped pajama top (2014) are both extravagant and modern.

Couture Skirt and Top By Giambattista Valli
Installation View

Couture Skirt Fabric Detail
Couture Skirt Fabric Detail

Photographed as part of the Beauty: Cooper Hewitt Design Triennial Exhibit at the Cooper Hewitt Museum in Upper Manhattan