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.
Vintage Kodak film canisters. Astronauts’ tool box. Stacked shipping containers. And more.
Performance sculptor Nick Cave likes the look of playfully stitched buttons.
Jockeys’ design cred is pretty high, with their striking racing silks.
The costumes in the 1924 Soviet era silent movie, Aelita Queen of Mars, were marvels of Constructivism.
Mops on a red wall. Lady Gaga in red rubber gloves at the 2015 Oscars. Stack of sponges.