New Yorker cover editors have always liked big, bold necklaces.
Baltimore crosswalk. Madrid pavement. Columbus, Indiana, walkway. And more.
Judith Leiber’s diminutive handbags were designed to fit a lipstick, a handkerchief and a $100 bill. As to carrying other necessities, “Well, what’s an escort for?” said Leiber.
Yellow office scissors. Red garden shears. Vintage orange scissors. And more.
J. Borges dancing goats. Oaxacan painted bat. J. Borges lambs and rabbits. And more.