A couple invited me to their Mardi Gras celebration in Soulard yesterday and treated all their guests to Slide Piece which was parked in front of their house. Very yummy! The brainchild of Tommy Lee. He is Katie Lee’s (Katie’s Pizza and Pasta fame) brother. Pictured below is his brother who worked the window. Find out more about Slider Piece and where to find the truck HERE. I wish Clayton allowed food trucks!
2 Deer Creek, Ladue: Don’t Miss It!
Located on a private 3 acres in prime Ladue is this Bernoudy-designed contemporary masterpiece. The centerpiece of the home is an open Living Room and Dining room with vaulted ceilings, coved lighting, built-in bookcases, a fireplace and an expanse of windows that look onto a wooded lot. The kitchen is bright and features granite counters, double ovens, stainless steel refrigerator, skylights and granite counters. The master bedroom suite is special with a dressing room that would satisfy anyone with a need for plenty of closet space. The master bath has been renovated with a soaking tub, walk-in shower, custom finishes and marble tile. Adjoining the master bedroom is a “man’s” dressing area with an expanse of closets and another full bath with stunning finishes. There is a cozy den with a fireplace on the main floor, laundry and office. The Lower Level has a whole wall of windows and sliding doors that lead to a terrace. There is a large recreation room with a marble wood-burning fireplace. 3 more bedrooms and 2 renovated, full baths are in the Lower Level. The Lower Level has tons of storage, a second laundry room and rough-in for a kitchen. The ultimate in privacy with no neighbors in view. Professionally landscaped by award-winning Moynihan & Associates. If you need an additional bedroom, there are plenty of options to easily add one.
Listed at $1,450,000
View the website here
Listed by Ted Wight, Dielmann Sotheby’s International Realty, 314-607-5555, firstname.lastname@example.org
Projects + gallery
projects+gallery, a Central West End commercial art space designed to present multidisciplinary exhibitions, is pleased to announce the public opening of HAUTE HIP-HOP on January 29, 2016. Featured artists include Tyler Boye, Jermaine Clark, Joe Conzo, Dolce & Gabbana, Shepard Fairey, Fantich & Young, Gregory Ingram, Jonathan Mannion, Charlie Le Mindu, Marilyn Minter, Moschino, Toyin Ojih Odutola, Fahamu Pecou, Hank Willis Thomas, Mickalene Thomas, Valentino, and Kehinde Wiley.
HAUTE HIP-HOP is free to the general public. The exhibition will be on view at projects+gallery until March 12, 2016.
About HAUTE HIP-HOP:
HAUTE HIP-HOP celebrates the rise of the hip-hop phenomenon and its preeminent influence on contemporary art, culture, and fashion. Beginning in the 1970s as a vibrant grassroots youth movement, hip-hop has evolved into an international artistic, economic, and philosophical phenomenon. Born in the boroughs of New York and cultivated in the mixtapes, dance moves and street fashion of its leaders, hip-hop has seen fifty years of growth from the underground to the mainstream, from rebellion to sovereignty. A child of contradiction, hip-hop still serves both as a voice of the frustrated subaltern and as the basis of a global, multibillion dollar industry. Like its music, hip-hop fashion began in the streets, costing little, but representing everything to a youth culture that champions individualism, attitude, and the power of creative expression. As hip-hop has transcended the underground, making millionaires and pop culture paragons, it has never lost its original spirit of revolution.
From the early days when Dapper Dan was remixing designer trends in a small store in Harlem, hip-hop has aimed at the infiltration and disruption of mainstream fashion codes. Fast forward to today, and the gap between hip hop and high fashion is disappearing with every season. Rap icons like Kanye West and ASAP Rocky seamlessly navigate from street style to the front row of Fashion Week, as comfortable in bespoke tailored trousers as in oversized camo pants. The legendary fashion labels took notice, and the influence of hip-hop on the catwalk is now undeniable in big-name lines, including Givenchy, Maison Martin Margiela, and younger trending designers such as Rick Owens and Raf Simons. Today’s hip-hop is a harmony of many voices, founded on principles of collaboration and hybridity that have given birth to completely new forms of cultural expression. This exhibit examines the progress of hip-hop style and influence, rooted in its music, art, and attitude, from its conception in the social and cultural tumult of 1970s urban America to its place at the forefront of innovation in art, fashion, and culture. As a movement, hip-hop has inverted the traditional path of diffusion, rising from the streets to the throne of haute couture, revolutionizing what we wear, what we listen to, and who we are, while always keeping it real.
Excerpt above is taken from the projects + gallery Facebook page.
4733 McPherson Ave, St. Louis 63108
Lecture this Sunday
This Sunday at 3:00, Landmarks’ Director Andrew Weil will be speaking at the Stupp Center in Tower Grove Park. Part of the TGP Friends lecture series, Andrew will be discussing the 1875 Pictorial St. Louis Map as a tool for examining architectural history and the evolution of land use in St. Louis. This event is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there! If you have questions, please contact Megan in the “Friends” office at 314-771-4424 or email@example.com
Yesterday my listing in The Executive House sold. 98.4% of list price to sale price. We got the 2nd best price per square foot in the last 1,000 days for the building. The unit was lovely and nicely updated. I still say….The Executive House is the best buy in the CWE with outdoor space…great walkability….a pool…& more!
Photos by TripleRPhotography.
What sets me apart from other agents!
So many things, though our PR efforts for my listings really pay off! Yesterday my listing located at 745 Cella Road in Ladue was featured in the Architectural Digest’s website!
Click HERE to see it!