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09.23.2013 Posted by Kate

 

 

For those of you looking for a quick escape to relax and recharge after the insanity of Fashion Week, check-out the Lodge at Woodloch. Just 95 miles from NYC, the Lodge offers a range of complimentary classes ranging from the less intense (yoga, thai chi, fly fishing) to the more challenging (spinning, nighttime kayaking, aqua boot camp) and an on-site restaurant serving up modern farm-to-table fare. If there’s time, treat yourself to their state-of-the art spa, catered to the modern man with treatments including the Gentleman’s Facial, Men’s Retreat, Beer Massage, and Eucalyptus steam room.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

07.22.2013 Posted by Kate

09.11.2012 Posted by Kate

The Details Guild is proud to announce our latest collaboration with famed street artist André Saraiva, Mr. Andre, in partnership with Free Arts NYC. His custom street mural is live through 10/3/12 at the Details Guild wall located at 1 Prince Street in NYC. Mr. A’s limited-edition print to benefit Free Arts NYC is on-sale 10/23/12.

06.05.2012 Posted by Kate

DETAILS toasted our June/July 2012 cover subject Adam Levine with a debaucherous dinner at legendary Hollywood hotspot, Dominick’s on May 29.

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Adam Levine and Dan Peres

05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Renowned artist Kenny Scarf created our seventh and final installation on the Meatpacking Guild wall. Teens from The Whitney’s Youth Insights participated in a spray painting workshop with the artist and transformed the wall into a whimsical color-filled installation.

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05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Contemporary artist Dan Colen was the next artist to do an installation on the Guild Wall. His OH GOD! black and white graphic was inspired by his highly acclaimed show at Trash at the Gagosian Gallery. The start black and white graphic was literally transformed through the Youth Insights workshop. Teens used found objects collected around the Guild wall dipped in paint to create a live collage on the Guild wall.

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05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Details announced our new Guild partnership with the Whitney Museum of American Art and their Youth Insights program with an installation by the artists Mario Ybarra Jr. and Karla Diaz during The Whitney Museum Community Day on May 14th. Youths from the program workshopped at the wall with the artist who created a limited-edition tee-shirt and print to raise additional funds for the cause.

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05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Details and FIAT celebrated the arrival of the iconic Italian automobile brand with a night of live art installations. Individual pieces of a deconstructed FIAT 500 served as the canvases for artists Meres One, Francesco Longenecker, Bisco and Korakrit. Guests packed the temporary FIAT Gallery at 18 Wooster in NYC to enjoy cocktails, food, and beats from DJ Mia Moretti.

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05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Details held a debauchurous party at Le Bain to celebrate the wall installation and King Adz’ latest book, Street Knowledge, an encyclopedic look at the street art culture.

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05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Details partnered with famed street artist King Adz for a custom wall installation for our partner LACOSTE L!VE.

05.03.2012 Posted by Kate

On March 10, 2011, DETAILS and Calvin Klein partnered on a DETAILS Guild event to celebrate the launch of Gardar Eide Einarsson‘s installation on the Details Guild wall and limited-edition print to benefit Free Arts NYC. In monsoon weather, over 150 fashionable and arty guests attended the event including notables Dan Peres, Italo Zucchelli, Amy Sacco, Jamie Burke, and artists Jeremy Kost and Joachim Johnson.

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04.03.2012 Posted by Kate

Nate Lowman worked with teens from Free Arts NYC to create a wall installation inspired by the gentrification of the once-gritty and blood-soaked streets of the Meatpacking district into a polished, downtown residential neighborhood.

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