THE FRIDAY TOP 5 {05.15.15}

This week, we found some amazing places —the ones you’ll want to keep to yourself. We are especially excited about the first Tiger store in New York and an adorable café in Brooklyn named after a pretty flower. Enjoy your weekend!

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Flying Tiger Copenhagen 

Broadway and East 21st, Manhattan 

We couldn’t hide our excitement when we heard that a Tiger store was opening in the Flatiron District. If you haven’t heard of it yet, it is the store that adresses your inner eight-year-old, meaning that you won’t be able to resist all the affordable prices and the amazing designs.

Tiger

The Obliteration Room

David Zwirner Gallery – 519 & 525 W. 19th St., Manhattan

Remember Yayoi Kusama’s Rain Room? Well, she’s back with an awesome new exhibit: a yellow house where all the inside has been painted in white and guess what? You get to stick colorful dots all over the place!

David Zwirner Gallery

Frieze Art Fair

Randall’s Island Park, Manhattan

While overlooking the East River, walk around almost 200 art exhibitors. New this year: Spotlight, “a … section of solo presentations of 20th century art from around the world”.

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Iris Café

16-20 Columbia Place, Brooklyn

The Iris Café is a coffee shop you want to ass to your list! Located in Brooklyn Heights, it serves every you could wish for, from the succulent desserts to red wine, from breakfast treats to amazing cocktails.

Iris Café

N°5 in a new light

461W 14th St., Manhattan

Chanel is celebrating one of the most famous fragrances in the world with a surprising exhibition. Discover or rediscover the iconic perfume through light, sound, motion, visualization and scent.

N°5 in a new light

 

{Images: Facebook/Tiger Stores, Gothamist, Frieze New York, Instagram/iriscafenyc, Chanel}

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