Archive for SoHo

Prayers For Japan x OWN Magazine

Posted in Art Nouveau with tags , , , , , , on March 12, 2011 by James Field

In the wake of the most devastating natural disaster that has hit Japan in nearly 1200 years, OWN Magazine will be shooting encouraging and inspiring video messages of hope on the streets of SoHo New York. We ask anyone to come out and support and provide us with a few words for the victims of this terrible tragedy.

Prayers For Japan x OWN Magazine

Location: Spring & Green Street, Soho New York

Time: Sunday March 13th, between 2pm & 5pm

Video messages recorded by the Editor in Chief of OWN Magazine, Kota Kuramoto.

Please, we ask for a few minutes of your time to provide hope messages for the people of Japan.

Thank You,

OWN Magazine

 

UPDATE:

OWN MAGAZINE had donations and  video shoot  with encouraging and inspiring video messages of hope in Union Square Park today.

■More than 70 people provided us hope messages of Japan.

■More than 100 people wrote down a warm words on the Japanese flag.

■More than 100 people donated to Japan.

Thank you so much for your support.

Thank you so much for NEW YORK.

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We met this guy in the park. He’s been working by himself. We’re so impressed.

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Behind The Scenes With Street Etiquette

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on January 5, 2010 by James Field

Last weekend I ran into Trav and Josh from Street Etiquette while they were shooting for their Duffle Coat post in SoHo. I decided to tag along with them while they were shooting, here are some of my shots from behind the scenes.

Black In SoHo

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , on January 2, 2010 by James Field

This is Patrick, I met him last weekend while strolling in Soho on Spring Street. His look was so cool, the outfit was layered perfectly and smartly. His pants were Comme Des Garcon matched with a tweed blazer with a black bubble jacket underneath. Stay warm..layer up people.

James

The Black Nouveau Photo Shoot: “Dandy Meets Dirty”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 26, 2009 by James Field

This is the first  ever photo shoot done for The Black Nouveau. The images are for the header photo of the site and will be applied as soon I learn how to edit my CSS and add the photo! lol. The shots are courtesy of my good friend Leia Jospe, she did a fantastic job and I thank her so much. I wanted the theme of the shoot to be “Dandy meets Dirty”, I thought the location of the Jay Maisel building in Soho, with its graphic graffiti art was the perfect spot. I took the idea from the Graffi-Couture spread out of the October 2009 issue of Vogue Paris. With Raquel Zimmerman posing in stunning couture designs while in front of this beautiful graffiti mural. The shoot came out better than I could have expected and I sincerly thank Leia for her hard work! Here are some of my favorite shots from the shoot…

 

James

All photography by: Leia Jospe

Delicatessen

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on June 23, 2009 by James Field

Delicatessen

Hey all you fabulous, food-frenzy fans! I am back with another great NYC eatery for the budget conscious consumer. Delicatessen, located in Soho is a posh, downtown cool, hipster spot to grab some great grub, but not on a million dollar budget. Celebs such as, Whitney Port, Mike Meyers, Julia Stiles and Leighton Meister were all spotted there. That should be excuse enough to check out the place!

Now lets get to the food, the most amazing thing in my opinion to try is the Baked Mac & Cheese for $9 , the Cheeseburger Spring rolls for $10, and the Grilled lamb kebab for $10. Wait! that’s just the appetizers, my favorite entree (where I almost had a pleasure heart attack) is the Grilled Mahi Mahi for $22. Its was beyond delicious, for desserts they offer Milk & Cookies, Hot Chocolate, “Slice of Birthday Cake” (to die for!!) a candy bar, and so much more! So to sum it all up, if your looking for great tasting, “feel good food” in the realm of trendy Soho, try Delicatessen.

Delicatessen

54 Prince St

www.delicatessennyc.com