What the pictures don’t show: this awesome clip of Justin Timberlake as a folk singer.
Deutsch’s newest creative enterprise can be found right in Chelsea Market. Till December 4th (Ending today, so hurry while it’s still up!), they’ve set up a haberdashery shop as a promotional event for the new TNT show Mob City.
According to Art Producer Sheri Rosenberg, Mickey’s Haberdashery embodies “Mickey Cohen’s noir, gangster moment in Los Angeles in the late 1940s, when he was not only a notorious bad ass, but also a haberdasher… So our team set out to build a store, and for all of us, it was a supreme labor of love.”
The shop is selling lingerie, clothes, bow ties, hats and more. Bring your stylish friends (or those who could desperately use a tailoring or two) and enjoy 1940s Los Angeles in New York.
Mickey’s Haberdashery is open from 10-8 daily, from Monday, December 2 through Wednesday, December 4 inside of Chelsea Market.
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William Eggleston’s “At Zenith” collection of sky photos is currently being exhibited at the Gagosian Gallery on Madison Avenue.
Eggleston brought color photography to prominence in the art world and was hugely influential in the use and variety of color photo that we see today. The exhibit is open until December 21, 2013.