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ICFF: Saturday evening.

Later that evening after a nap and some delicious homemade turkey burgers (Thanks, Rich!) we headed to Greene Street for the Poetic License show at Moss. We arrived late to a packed gallery but managed to enjoy ourselves and pick out our favorite pieces.

Afterwards it was back up to Chelsea’s Milk Gallery to catch the much-anticipated launch of Dune‘s newest collection Enamored, which featured new works by Karim Rashid, Harry Allen, Richard Shemetov, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Jozeph Forakis, and Carlos Gastelum. The collection is quite futuristic, featuring space-age shapes and bright flourescent hues — certainly not for everyone, but then not everyone can afford to outfit their home with furniture that isn’t mass produced. We threw in the towel around 11:00 p.m., walking back by Chelsea Market where we started our day.


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