Kips Bay Dallas, The White Company, Bergdorf Goodman, and NYC Photography

Welcome to TGP Tidbits where we round up the happenings and our musings of the design industry each week. This week we delve into Kips Bay Dallas, The White Company’s newly released book, Silvia Furmanovich for Bergdorf Goodman, and Walk With Me: New York. Written by Natalie Aldridge.

The 3rd Annual Kips Bay Dallas Show House

The 3rd Annual Kips Bay Dallas Show House opens tomorrow, but amid controversy, instead of running for a full month, the public opening has been shortened to just four days. The Glam Pad will be sure to bring you all of our favorite rooms, but in the meantime, you can catch a sneak peek here. For ticket information, please click here.

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The White Company’s New Book Release

Founded in 1994 by British powerhouse Chrissie Rucker, The White Company is best known for its principally white and luxurious bed linens. Since originally coming to market with a twelve-page brochure, the company has grown to have many collections, over 50 stores, and an ever-growing presence that has inspired the art of living in simplicity. An homage to this notion, Rucker has released her second book, The Art of Living With White: A Year of Inspiration. Featuring ten stunning homes, the book explores different ways to use white and neutrals throughout the seasons. Rucker also illustrates her tips and tricks for living peacefully, beautifully, and within the context of white and rich neutrals.

The White Company

To celebrate this momentous release, The White Company hosted a dinner party alongside Heather Clawson of Habitually Chic. With Rucker at the helm, all guests in attendance, including myself, were treated to a serene evening on the rooftop of The Moore hotel in Chelsea. The dinner table was adorned with a White Company linen table cloth, white flowers in darling bud vases, and pristine dinnerware. The event was filled with laughter, lively conversation, and abounding excitement for the book. 

Silvia Furmanovich for Bergdorf Goodman 

The stars, and maybe diamonds, have aligned. World renowned Brazilian jewelry designer, Silvia Furmanovich has partnered with Bergdorf Goodman to create a collection of homeware available exclusively on the seventh floor of the legendary department store. Born in São Paolo to a family of Italian goldsmiths, Furmanovich developed an eye for the extraordinary at a very early age. In 1998 she established her jewelry business, by appointment only. In 2009, Furmanovich opened her first boutique in São Paulo and has since become one of the globe’s preeminent industry leaders.

Silvia Furmanovich

Taking her colorful and daring work to the next level, Furmanovich has now unveiled a new handcrafted collection of homeware. Using her signature wood marquetry technique, the collection is comprised of small decorative objet, lamps, small side tables, and other ornate pieces inspired by her recent tour through Uzbekistan.

Celebrations were in order Wednesday evening for the collaboration atop the storied Fifth Avenue department store. I had the pleasure of attending and viewing the collection in person. And oh my stars, how the beauty of each piece radiated throughout the space. Adorned in her own designs, Furmanovich commanded the room, and with a radiant smile she discussed her work and the collection.

Take a look!

Susan Kaufman Takes Over Unsubscribed

One of The Glam Pad’s favorite photographers, Susan Kaufman, has given city dwellers of New York a new perspective on the place they call home. Known for capturing New York’s unique moments, architecture, and haunts, Kaufman recently released her first book, Walk With Me: New York, photo documenting her favorite spots around the city.

Susan Kaufman

On Wednesday, September 28th, Kaufman will be celebrating the release of her book at Unsubscribed located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. From five to seven o’clock you will be able to sip and shop at 25% off. Those who purchase will also receive a free book. Don’t forget to stop in!

Susan Kaufman

Susan Kaufman

Lastly, The Glam Pad is currently undergoing a much needed facelift which will be unveiled next month. In the meantime, we are experiencing some technical trials and tribulations. We appreciate your patience as we work to bring you a lovely new website!

Shop this week’s inspired finds!

x Natalie

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