I was thrilled yesterday when the Huffington Post described how Andre Morris, president of Varran Media, chose the Top of the Strand, the rooftop bar we designed, as the venue for a party hosted by 50 Cent! “Morris knew that in order to please the celebrity rapper, he’d need a venue with the right mix […]
Posted on April 23, 2012 (Events, Fabric, Fashion, Outdoor, Press, Sex and the City, Uncategorized) Tagged Huffington Post, ralph lauren, Sex and the City, The Strand Hotel
We have been huge fans of lighting designer Lindsey Adelman’s since day one! Lydia used one of her fixtures to create a drop-dead foyer in Sex and the City and we try to use her fixtures in every client’s home that we possibly can. These beautiful, hand-blown, gold leaf inflected globes add sparkle and glamour […]
Posted on October 21, 2011 (Chandelier, Dining Rooms, Elle Decor, Lindsey Adelman, Sex and the City) Tagged Carrie Bradshaw, design, Elle Decor, Grange, Set Design, Sex and the City
Cinema Style (a blog that I love) had a great post yesterday: When Worlds Collide: Fashion and Film. The post discusses how the influence of celebrity can affect our purchasing choices. Specifically, moving beyond celebrity endorsements, how celebrity partnerships and inspirations actually may guide this market. Check out the article and while you are there […]
Posted on September 7, 2011 (Cinema Style, Fashion, Furniture, Interior Design, Movies, Set Design, Sex and the City, Uncategorized) Tagged Carrie Bradshaw, Cinema Style, design, Interior Design, Lydia Marks, Marks & Frantz, Set Design, Sex and the City, The Devil Wears Prada, The Strand Hotel, trinaturk
As Carrie says in the movie, “I’ve been cheating on fashion with furniture” (and it shows). Tremendous effort was made to design a space that would reflect the combined residence of Mr. & Mrs. Big: the scale, the fabrics, the colors and the accessories were all chosen to represent the individuals that inhabit the space.
Posted on August 10, 2011 (Cinema Style, Interior Design, Movies, Set Design, Sex and the City) Tagged Apartment Therapy, Carrie Bradshaw, Cinema Style, Dream Closet, furniture, Lydia Marks, Marks & Frantz, Set Design, Sex and the City
Dreaming of our fantasy closet, even in the UK! Grazia Magazine’s take on our Sex and the City inspired closet.
If you happen to be in Greenwich, CT on tuesday night at 7pm, please stop by one of our favorite workrooms for cocktails! Lydia and I will be talking about some of our favorite interiors, fabulous closet designs and how our past film experiences have influenced and formed our interior design business. Tiger Lily, Greenwich’s […]
We had a great night last night at The National Arts Club in Grammercy Park. Here we are after the lecture: Lisa on the far left and Lydia second in from left with Billy from Suffolk Designer Lighting and Annie Karni from the NY Post. We were happy that so many people could join us […]
SAVE THE DATE! Tuesday, December 14, 2010 As many of you may know, the esteemed National Arts Club of New York City was founded in 1898 to stimulate, foster and promote public interest in the arts. The Decorative Arts Committee has asked Lydia Marks and rest of her Sex and the City creative team to […]
The movie is long gone from the theaters but the positive feedback and wonderful blog posts live on!
Candace Bushnell’s apartment was featured in Elle Decor in 2005 but it seemed timely to post, and not just because of the Sex and The City connection! Similar to Hamish Bowles’ apartment, which we posted earlier this week, Candace’s brownstone is filled with a mix of 1930s french deco and pink accents. It is beautifully […]