Last week PYNK mag caught up with versatile artist Suzi Analogue at her pop- up shop/manicure salon at the Frank White space in Tribeca. Analogue, in conjunction with Grungecake Mag organized a mass of designers in to create an artistically- inclined vibe that also showcased everything from candles to eclectic fashion designers. However, the stars of the event were definitely Analogue’s Nail Tite manicures which she and her faithful team dispensed- for free- to a slew of waiting ladies (including me). Take a look at Analogue in action below and make sure to check out her Nail Tite designs on her website .
Additionally, Japanese accessory designer Makiko Niimura displayed some of her unique products from her line Amaterasu World which included iPhone cases, bracelets and rings made of acrylic, rice paper laid designs and beautifully intricate etchings. Photos of some of my personal favorite items follow but make sure to check out the latest collections on her website or @AmaterasuWorld.
Zoy Britton is PYNK Mag’s Web Editor, you can follow her @ZoyMB.