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Think Yarn and Benetton Pops Up.

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Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Tonight marks the beginning of New York’s Fashion Night Out and being the Quiet Lunch is mainly an art oriented publication, we found the perfect place that integrates both. Tucked in Soho, New York City, the United Colors of Benetton pop-up combines contemporary art, design and lucrative fashions.

“Here you will find a world of knit, color and creativity – the definitive story of the Benetton brand.  The converted garage space is a vivid mix of retail, gallery and craft workshop knitted together by the creative minds of You Nguyen, the Creative Director and FABRICA, Benetton Group’s Communication Research Center.  A vibrant color spectrum of apparel & accessories is framed by an explosion of wool-covered curiosities, artworks and illustrations. Such an environment challenges conventional ideas of a clothing store, where dolphins, cactus, neons and sex positions are all welcome. The exhibition will include knitted artworks of LANA SUTRA by artist Erik Ravelo. In true Benetton style it is a celebration of diversity!”

For us, the most interesting part of this is the chance to see Erik Ravelo‘s Lana Sutra series; which we covered in April. So, if you’re interested in getting a little cozy tonight, the event will take place 6-10 PM on 9/6.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

Photo Courtesy of The Style Line.

About The Quiet Lunch.

The Quiet Lunch.
Quiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Cerebral Sustenance Daily,” we mean it.

Comments (2)

  • Stanley March 19, 2014 - 6:57 am Reply

    Thanks for the post! Those Erik Ravelo’s pictures are amazing …

  • Get On the Cross. July 22, 2013 - 10:26 am Reply

    [...] Erik Ravelo goes straight for the jugular in his series, Los Intocables (The Untouchables). Depicting children in one the most vulnerable poses of all time, Ravelo attempts to speak for those who cannot properly articulate their pain. The sick, twisted games that adults play can come at a cost to future generations and Ravelo’s series gives a voice to those children who get caught in the crossfire. [...]

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