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Matt Hranek for Glamour

Matt Hranek photographed the story, “How Do You Define Friendship Now?” for Glamour’s August 2014 issue.

In the article, Kate Bolick asks three groups of friends about their besties. Featuring people from all different industries, including a couple of celebrities, it’s fun to learn how friendships are made, and kept, with such busy lives.

— 1 day ago
#matthew hranek  #glamour  #glamour magazine  #august2014  #summer2014  #friendship 

Erig Ogden for The New York Times

Today, Eric Ogden’s images of members of the G.O.P. party were published for the story, “Can the G.O.P. Be a Party of Ideas?” for New York Times online! Eric has proven, once again, that he is the master of group shots, fitting Andrew Kelly, Adam White, Scott Winship, James Pethokoukis, Yuval Levin, Kate O’Beirne, W. Bradford Wilcox, Peter Wehner, Michael R. Strain, April Ponnuru and Ramesh Ponnuru all into one absolutely stunning image. 
Click this link to read the full story: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/07/06/magazine/can-the-gop-be-a-party-of-ideas.html?_r=1
— 6 days ago
#eric ogden  #new york times  #g.o.p. 
Dan Burn-Forti for ES Magazine


Dan Burn-Forti shoots some great images of London’s most iconic and outspoken architect, Lord Richard Rogers, for ES Magazine.

Dan Burn-Forti for ES Magazine

Dan Burn-Forti shoots some great images of London’s most iconic and outspoken architect, Lord Richard Rogers, for ES Magazine.

— 6 days ago
#dan burn forti  #es magazine  #richard rogers 
Stefan Beckman for Printed Pages

Set and event designer Stefan Beckman was featured in It’s Nice That’s quarterly, Printed Pages, for Summer 2014! The story, “Set Pieces” asks some of fashion’s most talented set designers what goes into creating a great show. There is far more to designing a show than building props, from working closely with the clothing designer to minding the lighting and adding a soundtrack. 
"Honestly, it’s about the clothes, first and foremost. You’re there to do a creative job, but in the end you need to be true to the house and true to the spirit of the designer," says Stefan on his work with Marc Jacobs, having created the sets for Jacobs since 2006. 
If you can, definitely grab a copy and check out this article for more details on Stefan’s work and thoughts on design!

Stefan Beckman for Printed Pages

Set and event designer Stefan Beckman was featured in It’s Nice That’s quarterly, Printed Pages, for Summer 2014! The story, “Set Pieces” asks some of fashion’s most talented set designers what goes into creating a great show. There is far more to designing a show than building props, from working closely with the clothing designer to minding the lighting and adding a soundtrack. 

"Honestly, it’s about the clothes, first and foremost. You’re there to do a creative job, but in the end you need to be true to the house and true to the spirit of the designer," says Stefan on his work with Marc Jacobs, having created the sets for Jacobs since 2006. 

If you can, definitely grab a copy and check out this article for more details on Stefan’s work and thoughts on design!

— 6 days ago
#stefan beckman  #printed pages  #set design  #eventdesign 
Honey for Glamour
Exposure NY had 4 of our artists work on editorials in the August issue for Glamour! The first artist, nail technician Honey, painted the perfect nails for actress Katie Holmes for the cover of Glamour. Dressed in this summer’s favorite trend, all denim, Katie looks amazing, both on the cover, and in the cover story, “Katie Wins It all”, shot by Tom Munro.
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#honey  #glamour magazine  #glamour  #katie holmes  #august 

Polly Osmond for Glamour

Make up artist Polly Osmond, and nail technician Honey, did some great work on American sweetheart Anna Kendrick for Glamour’s August 2014 issue. Armed with a heavy cat eye and nude nails, Anna stuns in pretty pastels and sleek style.
“That Girl” was photographed by Dan Martensen and styled by Laura Ferrara.
— 6 days ago with 3 notes
#Polly Osmond  #honey  #glamour  #glamour magazine  #august  #Anna Kendrick 

Svend Lindbaek for Elle Magazine

We just received our issue of Elle Magazine for July, and photographer Svend Lindbaek shot the accessories spread!

— 2 weeks ago
#svend lindbaek  #ELLE  #elle magazine 
Stacy’s Picks: Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria 

One of New York’s most delicious downtown restaurants, Il Buco on Bond Street, has added another establishment to their family: Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria.  Located right around the corner on Great Jones Street, Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria serves as a combination of both Italian restaurant and Italian market.  They make their own in-house Italian ingredients and cure their own salamis and other meats in the basement, which you can either enjoy in the restaurant or take home from the gourmet grocery.
Our photographer and my good friend Noe DeWitt took some amazing shots of the restaurant recently (where he was able to sample some of the dishes), and gave it rave reviews.  I had to check it out for myself.
Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria is a fantastic place for a client dinner, or even a large group of friends.  It’s a casual setting with a warm, comfortable vibe — and the food is always guaranteed to be fresh and delicious.
53 Great Jones Street, New York, NY.

Stacy’s Picks: Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria

One of New York’s most delicious downtown restaurants, Il Buco on Bond Street, has added another establishment to their family: Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria.  Located right around the corner on Great Jones Street, Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria serves as a combination of both Italian restaurant and Italian market.  They make their own in-house Italian ingredients and cure their own salamis and other meats in the basement, which you can either enjoy in the restaurant or take home from the gourmet grocery.

Our photographer and my good friend Noe DeWitt took some amazing shots of the restaurant recently (where he was able to sample some of the dishes), and gave it rave reviews.  I had to check it out for myself.

Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria is a fantastic place for a client dinner, or even a large group of friends.  It’s a casual setting with a warm, comfortable vibe — and the food is always guaranteed to be fresh and delicious.

53 Great Jones Street, New York, NY.

— 2 weeks ago
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Doug Rosa for Bulgari, Men’s 2014 Watch Collection

2014 marks the 130th year of Bulgari. Bulgari honors its rich past with their 2014 men’s watch collection, photographed by Doug Rosa. June 2014.

— 3 weeks ago
#doug rosa  #bulgari 

Dan Burn-Forti for the Sunday Telegraph

Dan Burn-Forti photographs English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran for The Sunday Telegraph. June 2014.
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#dan burn forti  #ed sheeran  #sunday telegraph 

Polly Osmond for Elle Magazine

We just received our issue of Elle Magazine for July, and we are so excited to see Hair Stylist Polly Osmond’s work on the cover! Internet sweetheart, actress Anna Kendrick wears a perfect cat eye on the cover, as well as the cover story, “The Socialite” in Elle’s first ever Social Media Issue. Photographed by Carter Smith, and styled by Joe Zee, this story is #socool. Check out some of the images from the issue, and be sure to pick up your copy, on stands now!

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#Polly Osmond  #Anna Kendrick  #ELLE  #elle magazine 
Q&A with Odile Gilbert for Neil Moodle
Hair Stylist Odile Gilbert was interviewed for the Neil Moodie blog yesterday, answering questions about her career, life and what animal she would be. Be sure to read the full interview here:  http://www.neilmoodie.com/todays-qa-is-with-the-hair-legend-that-is-odile-gilbert/

Q&A with Odile Gilbert for Neil Moodle

Hair Stylist Odile Gilbert was interviewed for the Neil Moodie blog yesterday, answering questions about her career, life and what animal she would be. Be sure to read the full interview here:  http://www.neilmoodie.com/todays-qa-is-with-the-hair-legend-that-is-odile-gilbert/
— 3 weeks ago
#odile gilbert 

Communication Art Awards Morten Bengtsson

Communication Arts magazine, a professional journal for those involved in creativity in visual communications, has published the results of its 55th annual Communication Arts 2014 Photography competition, the most exclusive major photography competition in the world, and photographer Morten Bengtsson won an Award of Excellence for his “When Mom is Missing” series! 

The series “When Mom is Missing” was taken for “Danmark Indsamlingen” translation, “The Denmark Collection”, a charity organization that combines forces with The American Red Cross, UNICEF, Medecins sans frontiers and many other projects around the world to raise awareness and donations to address a problem plaguing third world nations. In accordance with this year’s focus on preventing maternal mortality related to pregnancy and childbirth as well as the prevention of HIV and AIDS among women and children, Morten created this series to capture the reality of a child living in a world without a mother.

Morten’s winning “Mom” series was just one of the 155 winners selected from more than 5,200 entrants. You’ll be able to find Morten’s images in Photography Annual 55, the July/August 2014 issue of Communication Arts, both in print and on the iPad, and online at Commarts.com. The judges for this year’s competition included Catriona Ni Aolian, Jimmy Bonner, Laurie Frankel, Tim Hartford and Henry Sene Yee.

Big congratulations to Morten Bengtsson!
— 3 weeks ago
#Morten Bengtsson 
Stacy’s Picks: Summer Pudding 
I came across this recipe for Summer pudding in Departures this afternoon, and I will absolutely try it out this summer when berries are in season. The Photo by Francesco Tonelli looked so appetizing I had to read the recipe, courtesy of Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, owners of The Wolseley restaurant in London. How can you go wrong with mixed, stewed berries, brioche and raspberry brandy? YUM!

Ingredients (Serves 6 to 8)
1 lb. diced strawberries
1 lb. raspberries
1 lb. blueberries
1 lb. blackberries
3/4 cup sugar
Half a vanilla pod, split and seeds scraped
2 tbsp. tramboise eau de vie (raspberry liqueur)
1 large loaf of brioche, sliced about 1/4-inch thick, crusts removed (a loaf of challah can substitute)
Directions
1. Put half of all the berries in a saucepan, add sugar, vanilla seeds and pod and framroise eau de vie. Bring to a boil, then simmer gently for about 5 minutes, or until the fruit is runny and puréed.
2. Add the remaining berries and remove the saucepan from heat to allow the berries to poach in the liquid for several minutes until softened. Strain through a sieve to separate the coulis from the fruit and remove the vanilla pod.
3. Cut the brioche slices in half and soak half of the slices in the warm coulis, then place flat on the bottom of a 10x7x2-inch baking pan. Make sure the brioche slices fit together snugly.
4. Pour the strained fruit on top of the brioche, spreading it evenly. Soak the remaining slices of brioche in the coulis and layer on top of the fruit. The leftover coulis should be kept covered in a bowl and refrigerated.
5. Cover the top of the summer pudding with a sheet of plastic wrap and place a similar sized dish on top, weighing down with a pot to gently compress the pudding. Place in fridge overnight.
6. Cut into squares and pour a little coulis over each pudding. Serve with crème fraîche and fresh berries.

Stacy’s Picks: Summer Pudding

I came across this recipe for Summer pudding in Departures this afternoon, and I will absolutely try it out this summer when berries are in season. The Photo by Francesco Tonelli looked so appetizing I had to read the recipe, courtesy of Jeremy King and Chris Corbin, owners of The Wolseley restaurant in London. How can you go wrong with mixed, stewed berries, brioche and raspberry brandy? YUM!

Ingredients (Serves 6 to 8)

1 lb. diced strawberries

1 lb. raspberries

1 lb. blueberries

1 lb. blackberries

3/4 cup sugar

Half a vanilla pod, split and seeds scraped

2 tbsp. tramboise eau de vie (raspberry liqueur)

1 large loaf of brioche, sliced about 1/4-inch thick, crusts removed (a loaf of challah can substitute)

Directions

1. Put half of all the berries in a saucepan, add sugar, vanilla seeds and pod and framroise eau de vie. Bring to a boil, then simmer gently for about 5 minutes, or until the fruit is runny and puréed.

2. Add the remaining berries and remove the saucepan from heat to allow the berries to poach in the liquid for several minutes until softened. Strain through a sieve to separate the coulis from the fruit and remove the vanilla pod.

3. Cut the brioche slices in half and soak half of the slices in the warm coulis, then place flat on the bottom of a 10x7x2-inch baking pan. Make sure the brioche slices fit together snugly.

4. Pour the strained fruit on top of the brioche, spreading it evenly. Soak the remaining slices of brioche in the coulis and layer on top of the fruit. The leftover coulis should be kept covered in a bowl and refrigerated.

5. Cover the top of the summer pudding with a sheet of plastic wrap and place a similar sized dish on top, weighing down with a pot to gently compress the pudding. Place in fridge overnight.

6. Cut into squares and pour a little coulis over each pudding. Serve with crème fraîche and fresh berries.

— 3 weeks ago
#stacy'spicks  #summer pudding 
Stacy’s Picks: Francois Payard Patisserie’s Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches
Dessert hybrids seem to be a serious craze these days. From cronuts (croissants meet doughnuts) to brookies (brownies get to know chocolate chip cookies) there’s no shortage of sweet mergers on the menu. So when I came across the macaron ice cream sandwiches at Francois Payard Patisserie I grabbed one of every flavor, took them back to the discerning taste buds of the Exposure NY team, and set out to see if these treats were part of the combo elite. With each of us picked our two faves - strawberry cheesecake emerged as the clear and very delicious winner. 


116 W Houston Street, New York, NY 10012.

Stacy’s Picks: Francois Payard Patisserie’s Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches

Dessert hybrids seem to be a serious craze these days. From cronuts (croissants meet doughnuts) to brookies (brownies get to know chocolate chip cookies) there’s no shortage of sweet mergers on the menu. So when I came across the macaron ice cream sandwiches at Francois Payard Patisserie I grabbed one of every flavor, took them back to the discerning taste buds of the Exposure NY team, and set out to see if these treats were part of the combo elite. With each of us picked our two faves - strawberry cheesecake emerged as the clear and very delicious winner. 
116 W Houston Street, New York, NY 10012.
— 3 weeks ago
#stacy'spicks