CH Omakase 2017: John Arsenault’s “FOR YOU!” Book + Exclusive Print

Two pieces of a photographic study on love between a couple, through flowers

John Arsenault is an accomplished photographer, creator, retailer and long time friend of CH. His latest book, “For You!” captures flower arrangements he makes for his husband, designer and retailer Raf Swiader. The photos, shot using an iPhone, are powerful not only because of the beauty of the flowers but for the love they represent. For CH Omakase, each book was accompanied by a limited …

Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Square watermelons, an auction for change, drip-free wine bottles and more

1. IKEA’s Art Event 2017 Diverse, bold and colorful limited edition prints by 12 different artists will be available as part of IKEA’s Art Event 2017. The likes of Amandine Urruty, Jean Jullien, Yasuto Sasada, Steve Harrington and more have contributed artworks—making it an international project; from Japan to Sweden, the States, France and elsewhere. The furniture giant’s aim for Art Event is to make …

IKEA’s Art Event 2017

Diverse, bold and colorful limited edition prints by 12 different artists will be available as part of IKEA’s Art Event 2017. The likes of Amandine Urruty, Jean Jullien, Yasuto Sasada, Steve Harrington and more have contributed artworks—making it an international project; from Japan to Sweden, the States, France and elsewhere. The furniture giant’s aim for Art Event is to make wonderful art more accessible and …

Absolut Art Launches Stateside

A platform to buy editions from artists around the world, ready to hang upon delivery

Thirty years ago, Absolut vodka began a partnership with Andy Warhol. The relationship was mutually beneficial, casting the brand into the public consciousness, its bottle into the realm of iconography and offering the artist inspiration and later (with the release of a signature bottle) money for his foundation. Warhol would encourage other pop artists to work with the brand. And since, Absolut has partnered with …

Interview: Designers Parke & Ronen

The brand that reimagined bathing suit tailoring offers up insight on their bright colors, prints and careful silhouettes

It’s hard to imagine, with their men’s bathing suits having such a distinct and commanding presence in the swimwear market, that duo Parke & Ronen designed their first pair on a whim. A few years after they united in 1997 and opened a store in NYC’s Chelsea, Parke Lutter and Ronen Jehezkel first introduced a swimsuit into their men’s ready-to-wear collection. Since, the tailored briefs …