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James Andrew at NYC20

The New York 20th Century Art and Design Fair (NYC20) is a superb new exhibition showcasing—you guessed it—outstanding 20th Century art and design selected by none but the very finest dealers. As per my usual M.O., I’ve included a few highlights as a tease, and I trust this will find you and yours suitably primed to visit this splendid show over the weekend. It’s open to the public Friday – Sunday, at Lincoln Center in Damrosch Park.

A pair of Jansen lucite obelisks from Dragonette

A pair of Jansen lucite obelisks from Dragonette

Vintage Halston from Katy Kane

Vintage Halston from Katy Kane

A very rare Cartier Paris silver tea & coffee set.

A very rare Cartier Paris silver tea & coffee set.

At top, I’m pictured at the Trinity House booth in front of a monumental Patrick Joseph Caulfield entitled “Interior with Fondue Pan,” (do I look a bit blury? Sometimes art has a disorientating affect on the senses!). I’m sporting a Tom Ford “Country Jacket” in a dark brown wide wool check, white cotton shirt with French cuffs, black silk tie, black and white silk pocket square and brown suede with brown crocodile cap toe lace up shoes, vintage black pearl cuff links, Gucci python belt and black and grey micro hounds tooth wool pants, my fragrance is Creed Royal Oud.

7 Comments

  1. Juan Moliné says:

    Wow, I love it! You look great now!
    Kiss

    Juan

  2. James Andrew says:

    Querido Juan,

    Muchas Gracias!

    Como estas?

    Cuando vienes a NYC?

    Abrazzos y Besos

    JA

  3. Juan Moliné says:

    Hahahaha… todo bien James, me encantaría ir pronto a NYC!

    Beso

    Juan

  4. Brad Phillips says:

    If only I were in New York.
    It looks like a lovely exhibition. I especially like the Halston watercolor-print caftan.

  5. jon k says:

    such an interesting subject saves the day. looking gorgeous my friend : )

    Jon

  6. Dean says:

    Exciting post! Love the smile!

  7. Wow, I love those lucite obelisks! Those are incredible! They are like ghosts.

    Gotta have them!!!

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