AD Show 2020: CHECK OUT What You Cannot Miss in New York City! 🗽
We’re facing rough times, but the best way to fight a problem is with optimism, and until then, you can check out what you can see in the amazing New York City, just before AD Show 2020.
Due to the current issue,AD Show 2020was postponed to June, however you must face this as an act of protection of civilization! Grabe your notebook and start dreaming about the amazing placed you’ll check just in time of AD Show 2020!
Inspirations Blog will give you a special your through the city of New York, so ou don’t miss a thing! Get ready to see the best historic sites of the city, theaters, vintage clothing stores, and, at the end, we’ll give you some top secret information: some of the furnishing and lighting pieces that will be showcased at AD Show 2020.
Wanting to take a trip to a historical building to enrich your culture in this fine country filled with history to the brim? You can always take a trip to Ellis Island. An iconic symbol of the United States Immigration.
Jazz is the music choice today and every day. If you are a lover of this iconic and dreamlike music style you need to visit the Blue Note. Priding itself for being miscellaneous of talents if offers the customers the best of both worlds: the titans of the jazz style with the young blood on the scene.
While you are in New York you can’t help but feel a bit nostalgic of the old times and that means theatre. The New York show we have for you is located in the Majestic Theater, Midtown West. The top pick is The Phantom of the Opera, now performing now.
Play a little. A bit of laugh is never out of style. One of the picks we have for you is the Comedians You Should Know. Rated by TimeOut by one of the top picks, you should surely take a trip.
VINTAGE CLOTHING STORE
We couldn’t forget the vintage style clothing, could we? New York Vintage is located in Chelsea and you can take a peek to some of the best vintage clothing stores in the city. Vogue photos feature the store’s antique walls at this living-history reservoir, where everything from 19th-century walking suits to neon Vivienne Westwood platforms is neatly arranged by era.
COVET NEW YORK 2.0
The design project for this memorable stagging project was designed by one of the leading interior designers in the city, Roberto Rincon. He was the responsible name for the outstanding selection and composition of the most curated furniture pieces from the world’s most coveted luxury brands. All of the elements of this incredible selection were made by the finest craftsmanship experts in Portugal turning them into unique museum like pieces.
AD SHOW 2020
HANNA FLOOR LAMP
ATOMIC WALL LAMP
4 DAYS. 400 BRANDS. COUNTLESS WAYS TO CELEBRATE DESIGN