0.2 inches. That’s how thin this handsome, ingenious, Dutch-designed wallet is. Now grab a ruler and try to figure out how such a wallet could still manage to hold up to 10 bills and four credit cards or IDs. Actually, that seems like a pain. Just take a look at this.
Things to do for May 18, 2016
Young Dylan, Rooftop Tiki and Vodka-Fueled Father’s Day Shopping
Mama said there’d be weekends like this.
Hickey Freeman Is Feeling Generous
Ties. Shirts. Suits. Pants. Yes.
Seventy-five percent off.
Cheers, Hickey Freeman.
And thus ends our highly relevant haiku on this sample sale.
Fleeting Drinks at Mace
An award-winning mixologist from Athens’s The Clumsies will be doing a pop-up bar thing at Mace tonight. Go, try the mezcal-bourbon-roasted-coconut drink, try the Hennessy-St-Germain-carob-coffee drink, try anything else you want and be merry.
Looking Back Anyway at Young Dylan
If you guessed the 50-year anniversary of Pennebaker’s iconic 1967 Dylan documentary, Don’t Look Back, would be celebrated with the 90-year-old director’s first-ever gallery exhibit (complete with original posters and enhanced film stills, and Pennebaker himself on opening night), you’d have been right. Bully for you.
… Is Back. For Dad. And You. And Drinks.
Hi there. UrbanDaddy here.
We’re back with another Marketplace this weekend: this time to prepare you for Father’s Day, graduations and other imminent events that may need gifts like vintage watches, Italian shoes and Zeppelin-signed guitars.
Oh, and there’ll be wine, vodka and sustenance on us. RSVP for access to the lounge. Otherwise just drop by. We’ll be expecting you.
Ah, Brooklyn Mirage. Nice to Have You Back.
That massive indoor/outdoor pop-up venue in East Williamsburg is back for the summer. And with it: three stages, some serious tropical-jungle vibes and an all-day, all-night opening party with Adriatique and Atish set to spin. Kicking things off so right.
What Else Is New
A Rooftop Tiki Bar, David Chang Delivery, More
Next, from the chef possessing the first Michelin star for an Indian spot: It’s a new
Indian-infused non-Indian spot called Tapestry, in the West Village.
David Chang’s delivery-only thing: Soon, you’ll order via his app, Ando, and UberRush will bring over your chicken cheesesteak, tofu bowl or whatever else.
A tiki pop-up rooftop bar at Sixty LES: Tiki Tabu, where you’ll find spicy pineapple-tequila drinks from a NoMad vet and sushi rolls from the Blue Ribbon guys.