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Attached at the Hip | An active spring!

Yesterday’s rainstorm that blessedly “forced” me to stay in side and read all day long (twist my arm) got me thinking about what to do this spring… It’s been a busy couple months and both of us have mainly been using the weekends to relax and catch up on things around our apartments. I haven’t been to any NYC museums since January and the lists of things to do and places to eat is piling up. Here are some of our picks we’ve lined up for spring. What’s on your cultural to do list?

Deco Japan: Shaping Art and Culture (1920-1945)
Japan Society

Maybe it was the 1920s-themed birthday party I went to this weekend, but I’m digging deco so seeing the Asian influence on it will be interesting. Plus, I’ve never been to this museum before.

Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations
Metropolitan Museum of Art

I’m a sucker for anything the Costume Institute puts together.

Brunch at Buttermilk Channel, take afternoon tea at Kings’ Carriage House and dine at Parm
Carroll Gardens – Brooklyn, Upper East Side, Nolita

Wanted: two sisters seeking delicious comfort food.

New York Polish Film Festival
Gotta keep in touch with the motherland. And eat popcorn.

… And since we’re on the topic of museums, here are the exhibits we wish we could go to. Alas, they are so far away! If you’re going to Denver or Paris soon, please go for us!

Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective
Denver Museum of Art

Upset to miss this, wish I could do a weekend jaunt, but US airlines are spoiling the plan!

Les histoires de Babar and Louis Vuitton/Marc Jacobs
Musée des Arts décoratifs, Paris

I am somewhat satisfied with not being able to make it to Paris because Louise Roe took me through the LV/MJ show here:


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