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11.26.12

Flights of Fancy
Artist Elle Muliarchyk has created a spectacular installation in our Madison Avenue store. Giant origami cranes preen in the windows, a beautiful flock of origami cranes are aflight in the store and festively lit for the holidays. Inspired by Elle’s well-travelled life and a Swedish fairy tale called The Wonderful World of Nils, the project was created in collaboration with Alicia McDaid of Garage magazine.
On the back wall, Elle’s film of 100s of birds is projected beautifully flying in formation. Magical, playful; this installation represents freedom and transformation.
Rebecca Taylor - 980 Madison Avenue (x 76/77)
See the behind the scenes magic:
Rebecca Taylor - Elle Muliarchyk Art Installation - Behind the Scenes 
film by Ilona Yahalnitskaya
Elle Muliarchyk

Flights of Fancy

Artist Elle Muliarchyk has created a spectacular installation in our Madison Avenue store. Giant origami cranes preen in the windows, a beautiful flock of origami cranes are aflight in the store and festively lit for the holidays. Inspired by Elle’s well-travelled life and a Swedish fairy tale called The Wonderful World of Nils, the project was created in collaboration with Alicia McDaid of Garage magazine.

On the back wall, Elle’s film of 100s of birds is projected beautifully flying in formation. Magical, playful; this installation represents freedom and transformation.

Rebecca Taylor - 980 Madison Avenue (x 76/77)

See the behind the scenes magic:

Rebecca Taylor - Elle Muliarchyk Art Installation - Behind the Scenes

film by Ilona Yahalnitskaya

Elle Muliarchyk

09.20.12

I was recently on the Upper East Side visiting the store on Madison and afterwards found myself at Bemelmans, a bar in the Carlyle Hotel. The charming illustrations caught my eye —- whimsical but not overly cute,  there’s even a stalking rabbit in the mix.
Bemelmans was named after, and the illustrations were created by, Ludwig Bemelmans, author and illustrator of the Madeline books and a former resident of the Carlyle.
Now I’m inspired to add a mural to the walls of the Madison store… details to come…
xxRT
Bemelmans

I was recently on the Upper East Side visiting the store on Madison and afterwards found myself at Bemelmans, a bar in the Carlyle Hotel. The charming illustrations caught my eye —- whimsical but not overly cute,  there’s even a stalking rabbit in the mix.

Bemelmans was named after, and the illustrations were created by, Ludwig Bemelmans, author and illustrator of the Madeline books and a former resident of the Carlyle.

Now I’m inspired to add a mural to the walls of the Madison store… details to come…

xxRT

Bemelmans