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Madison Avenue Art Deco Entranceway, photo from Supercozy blog
Thomas Paul tea towel, from Alt Modern.
Henri Rivière’s "The Painter in the Tower", plate 36 from Les trente-six vues de la Tour Eiffel (Thirty-six Views of the Eiffel Tower).
June 24, 2013 | Permalink
If recent history suggests anything, it's that these designs will soon turn up in something knitted.
Mary K. in Rockport |
June 25, 2013 at 02:35 PM
I'm going to have to drag my kids to 181 Madison now. Hopefully there is a park of some kind nearby to bribe them.
June 25, 2013 at 09:33 PM
Did you mean to close comments on your previous post? If not, you did. If you did, well, I apologize for just being stubborn and finding a way to comment anyway: You know that theory that ideas and discoveries are sort of out there in the universe and people around the world find them at about the same time? I know there is a word for it that I am just not coming up with, but looks like you were on that wavelength with Norah. I'll bet a couple more designers were thinking it through as well, because the knitted/gored/cabled skirt...... its time had come. ;)
Teresa C |
July 03, 2013 at 12:07 PM
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