September 2019

Gucci 2.0

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Once occupying first-floor real estate in The Westchester in White Plains, the store has relocated to the second floor in a more than 3,000-square-foot space that marries the modern to the traditional, the industrial to the romantic.

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Vera, ever vibrant

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Vera Neumann was an artist turned textile designer who famously lived in an award-winning Marcel Breuer-designed home in Croton-on-Hudson. Her home goods and signature scarves, avidly collected today by fashionistas of all ages, highlighted a career celebrated in “Vera Paints a Scarf” at the Museum of Arts and Design in Manhattan.

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The fabric of life

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ArtsWestchester is taking public art to new heights – literally.
In a collaboration with artist Amanda Browder, the top of the
9-story building that serves as the arts organization’s headquarters in downtown White Plains will be sheathed in a colorful canopy that will cascade along its sides.

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Warrior angel

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The first time Izabela O’Brien heard the word “autism” applied to her oldest daughter, Alina, she dropped to her knees and wasn’t sure she’d get back up. Now her Fearless Angel Project, which holds its fifth anniversary gala Sept. 28 at Greenwich Country Club, helps others attain the kind of intensive therapy that has enabled Alina to thrive.

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