Spring has arrived but the weather has not warmed up yet! Since it is probably the last few days of cool weather, we wanted to bring to you some of the trendiest ways to wear turtleneck sweaters.
Danji is one of the coolest spots in Midtown that you can always just walk in and enjoy a fantastic and exciting meal. Danji’s Korean inspired menu involves lots of interpretations of traditional Korean flavors. Chef Hooni Kim brings a modern twist to his native Korean tastes with his unmatched French training.
2015 went by so incredibly fast! We hope everyone has had a fantastic year! We wish you all an even better year for 2016; where all your dreams and wishes come true, full of love, laughter and prosperity! Have a HAPPY NEW YEAR!! Lots of love from Retrodition.com! <3 <3 <3
Agents of Time – Lost Dreams
Alex Nero is an artist from New York City that experiments with innovative techniques and captures impeccable images. He examines the chemistry of different types of paint dissolving in water. Nero’s thought provoking photographs are uniquely interpreted masterpieces that resemble one’s subconscious. Today, his eye dropping work has reached the masses.
Architect Mark Foster Gage recently released a proposal design protesting what he calls “boxes clad in steel and glass.” M.F.G and his team gave the nickname “The Khaleesi” for the proposed building for 41 W 57th St. The exterior covered in detailed gargoyles and really does look well-suited for the mother of dragons. The 102-story residential building will offer breathtaking views of Central Park. Gage says “the goal was high levels of detail… High Resolution Architecture”.
Vicki Freeman and Mark Meyer’s new restaurant Vic’s opened in 2014 and replaced Five Points, another staple restaurant by the same owners. Vic’s is the place to go whether for brunch, lunch or dinner!
The Menu is constructed of traditional Italian and Mediterranean cuisines, using ingredients from American farms. Hillary Sterling, the head chef of Vic’s, says “it is a challenge to create authentic flavors with local ingredients.” She mentions “traditional Italian and Mediterranean cuisines require a lot of herbs and acid.” In our point of view, she was able to capture the perfect balance in all her dishes.
Once a massage parlor, hence the name, Happy Ending is one of the hottest spots in NYC. When owners Oliver Stumm and Max Levai acquired the joint, they kept the name but gave it a retro-redo. They transformed the destination to a French bistro (with Michelin-starred chef Francis Gabarrus in charge) decorated like a cool basement hangout from the 70s.
We pass by payphones every single day and don’t even turn back to take a second look at them. Dan Marker-Moore, LA based photographer, has made it his mission to capture the forgotten payphones all around the country and spread their stories.