Ralph Pucci Interview, Part 2- at HuffPost Home

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Hop on over to Huff Post Home as we continue the conversation with Ralph Pucci, which includes:

-more on Ralph Pucci’s career path
-the juicy evolution of the mannequin
-the Kips Bay award he just received
-more on the Andree Putman Exhibition
-the Andree Putman/Ralph Pucci back story
-and a little Page 6 gossip…

Inspired By: Ralph Pucci

Ralph Pucci interview on www.CourtneyPrice.com

While in New York, I had the opportunity to have a delightful conversation with design icon Ralph Pucci, along with a personal tour of  his swank appointment-only showroom which occupies multiple floors of a building in the Flatiron district.  Ralph Pucci is a fascinating person to talk to, surprisingly modest and unassuming for the span of his accomplishments. He is an enthusiastic conversationalist, both inspiring and inspired- he clearly processes things on a heightened level, using all senses and intuition in a way that enables him to create the trends rather than follow them. His story is interesting – [Read more...]

ICFF Trends

ICFF 2014 Trend Report at Huff Post Home via www.CourtneyPrice.com

Today I am over at Huff Post Home talking about 2014 ICFF Trends and Finds… come take a look at the latest in interior design trends and resources~

White and Wooly


Modern Luxury Interiors on www.CourtneyPrice.com Are you loving the white wooly design trend? I am seeing fluffy white everywhere lately and I actually do love the instant update it brings to a room.  The above room is featured in the latest issue of Modern Luxury Interiors, which is awesome btw if you have not seen it yet.  This fabulous “room” is the Baxter booth at Maison et Objet. And that chesterfield white sofa… [Read more...]

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs at the Tate Modern

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Tate Modern’s major exhibition, Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs, 

is the most comprehensive exhibition ever devoted to the artist’s paper cut-outs made between 1943 and 1954. It brings together around 120 works, many seen together for the first time, in a groundbreaking reassessment of Matisse’s colourful and innovative final works. The exhibition opens at Tate Modern on 17 April 2014. [Read more...]