THE FRIDAY TOP 5 {04.17.15}

This week we came up with some pretty fun things to do, like the BUST Craftacular’s Primped and an amazing pop-up store that will arrange beautiful rose bouquets for you. We can’t wait to hear how you spend your weekend!

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BUST Craftacular’s Primped

Brooklyn Bazaar – 165 Banker Street, Brooklyn

BUST Craftacular’s Primped comes back to Brooklyn for its second annual edition. A $5 admission will allow you to walk around the many vendors selling indie fashion, beauty, and vintage. A lot a free fun things to do will also be available, like DIY nail art and friendship tattoos.

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Keith Haring: “Heaven and Hell”

Skarstedt Gallery – 550 W. 21st St., Manhattan

Keith Haring no longer needs to be presented. The Skarstedt Gallery in Chelsea decided to expose five major canvas pieces following the theme “Heaven and Hell”, a less known part of the artist’s work.

 

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Claudette

24 5th Ave., Manhattan

Claudette is a provençal restaurant a few steps away from Washington Square Park. The dishes reflect the two creators’ will: “offering a warm and inviting atmosphere to share great food with friends and family”. On the menu, you’ll find French inspired food with a little mediterranean touch.

 

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Antoinette

119 Grand St., Brooklyn

At first, every single piece of clothing in the store came from the owner’s mom closet. Now, they’ve grown bigger and carry men’s clothing, local designers and gifts.

 

Antoinette

 

Ode à la rose

Roger Smith Hotel – 501 Lexington Ave., Manhattan

Yesterday, the Roger Smith Hotel opened a pop-up store in its “The Corner” boutique. Pre-arranged bouquets will be on sale and if you stop by, you will get a chance to try their new app that allows you to record a voice or video message to go with your bouquet.

 

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{Images: Tumblr/fstops-nyc, BUST, Skarstedt Gallery, Claudette NYC, Instagram/antoinettevintage, Tumblr/egbudiwe}

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