Bring a flask and take a drink every time you see a foo dog or pierced porcelain.
From the mail bag this morning (and more about it HERE):
Thursday, May 7, 2009 ( New York ) – Who isn’t feeling the pinch? In the spirit of spring cleaning, de-cluttering, sprucing up, and getting together again…Dara Caponigro, Tom Delavan, Sara Ruffin Costello, Rita Konig, Tori Mellot, Eugenia Santestiban, and even Deborah Needleman--top style editors from the sorely-missed domino magazine, have invited an eclectic ensemble cast of decorators, design industry insiders, and just plain fabulous friends, to join them in peddling their topnotch treasures at their first-ever Tastemaker's Tag Sale on Saturday, May 9th. (Skilled shoppers may even be able to haggle some free-with-purchase decorating advice!). Everything is under $500 (and most things are under $10).
The recession may be in full swing but with everything priced to sell, attendees can indulge in guilt-free spending. The Sale will feature antique furniture, beautiful fabrics, vintage and designers fashions and some gently used gems.
Savvy shoppers should show up at Tom Delavan’s 19th Century brownstone at 13 West 9th Street (bet. 5th & 6th Avenues) on Saturday, May 9th from 10:00am to 6:00pm for bargain-basement prices. Because the event is “first come, first serve,” it’s best to arrive early. And The Sale accepts cash only.
A sneak peek at the refined offerings:
· Verner Panton chairs,
· a stool from Holly Hunt,
· a table from Mecox Gardens ,
· a shagreen box from Agousti,
· textiles from John Derian,
· Visual Comfort lamp,
· a Thai teak chair,
· Rogers and Goffigan fabric,
· Oscar de la Renta dresses,
· Manolo Blahnik shoes and much more
Ex-domino mag editors’ Tastemaker’s Tag Sale with furniture, fabric, decorative objects, fashion, etc.
Saturday, May 9th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm* (*or while merchandise lasts)
13 West Ninth Street (bet. 5th & 6th Avenues), garden apartment
Cash ONLY (haggling accepted on some items)
For large items, truck delivery will be available on Sunday, May 10th to New York City and surrounding boroughs for $25 to $100 depending upon the size.