Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

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Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

The weekend has arrived. Rejoice. As ever, we’re here to inspire you over the next couple of days with some suggestions for places to visit, things to do and stuff to see. From an A.P.C. pop-up in NYC and a Texan minimalist hotel, to a Larry Clark Mega sale in London and a Helsinki heritage site restaurant. Dig in.

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

NYC: A.P.C. Launch Pop-Up at Wythe Hotel Brooklyn

Always open to collaboration, the ever-popular Wythe Hotel gets friendly with A.P.C. working on a pop-up space selling menswear, women’s, denim, accessories and homewares throughout the Summer months, with a focus on travel friendly goods aimed at guests including dopp kits and travel bags.

Wythe Hotel, 80 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn, Open until Sept.1

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

LONDON: Larry Clark Sells a Selection of Prints for £100 at Simon Lee Gallery

A bargain depending on your leanings, Larry Clark brings together hundreds of prints from 1992 – 2010, inviting visitors to the gallery to rummage through crates and make their selection for £100 ($170) each. Behind the scenes shots from Kids, Wassup Rockers and more, a unique event for fans of the photographer/filmmaker.

Simon Lee Gallery, 2 Berkeley Street,London W1J 8DT, until July 6

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

TEXAS: Hotel San Jose – A Minimalist Southwestern Property

Earlier this week we took a look inside Hotel San Jose, a small but perfectly formed property in Austin, Texas. A former rundown motel, the new, improved property combines stark concrete with colorful, handmade furniture and vintage style decor. Stop by for a drink in the lounge or book a night if you find yourself in the area.

Hotel San Jose, 1316 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas 78704

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

LONDON: Ewen Spencer Heads to Miami in Latest Exhibition

Showcasing the latest work from British photographer, Ewan Spencer, London’s Ditto Press will be hosting an exhibition entitled Guapamente #3: Miami, displaying photographs depicting Miami and global youth cultures, taken from the book of the same title. The exhibition runs through till July 27th. More information can be found here.

Ditto Press, 4 Benyon Road, N1 5TY London, United Kingdom

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

BERLIN: QWSTION Launches Temporary Store in Berlin

QWSTION arrive in Berlin with a temporary store showcasing products from the brand as well as four other young, innovative labels. Shoe brand Velt, furniture from Mykilos, Senz umbrellas and FRISUR men’s and women’s wear should have you covered

QWSTION Temporary Concept Store Münzstrasse 5, 10178 Berlin 

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

SOUTHAMPTON: A New Club Monaco Store for the Hamptons

Club Monaco offer retail vibes for those in the Southampton area, the all-white Main Street store stocks vintage housewares from across the globe as well as in-shop collaborations with Reigning Champ and special-edition Jean Shop denim, exclusive to the location.

Club Monaco 58 Main Street, Southampton, NY

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

HELSINKI: Story – A Waterfront Restaurant in the Old Market Hall

A beautiful restaurant to catch waterfront views, Story in Helsinki’s heritage site, Old Market Hall, is a project from famed restaurateurs Anders Westerholm, Matti Sarkkinen, Teemu Aura and Markus Hurskainen. Designed by interior architect Joanna Laajisto, the beautiful space serves up locally sourced fare from breakfast to dinner.

Story Vanha Kauppahalli, Etelärant, Helsinki

 

Where To Go This Weekend | July 2014 Week 1

STOCKHOLM: 15 Years of Swedish Fashion on Display

Sven-Harry’s Fashion Museum in Stockholm host this must-see exhibition paying homage to the most innovative and influential Swedish names from a fifteen year period. Showcasing the likes of Acne Studios, Cheap Monday and Tiger of Sweden, alongside many other talented Swedes who have helped to push the country to the forefront of fashion and design.

Sven-Harry’s Fashion Museum Eastmansvägen 10–12, 116 31 Stockholm

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