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On Thursday, March 27th we will be celebrating the collage work of artist Johanna Goodman, and playing with beautiful (lip)glossy color with Armour Beauty chief Theo Kogan.

I adore them both.

Come out and join us.  There will be nibbles and drinks; raffles; discounts and fun!

Deets to follow.

Here are a couple of Johanna's pieces 
In the meantime, new beauties are arriving in the store daily… New in TODAY from MODASPIA
Shop Spring, shop beautiful, shop local…in the store, and online.

xx Diana
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Auntie Oti

Along with Spring, Diana Kane is happy to welcome the arrival of Auntie Oti! These handmade, multi-purpose textiles are what every kitchen/bathroom/closet needs. 

Auntie Oti searches India for domestic articles essential to the everyday life of this rich and multi-cultural society. Ordinary consumer items are often produced on a local level. This results in commodities that differ not only region to region, but also village to village. Many goods are made at home on a lone loom and each piece is personified by the individual hand of a skilled artisan. While no two lots are alike, each is beautiful in its unique way.
Each piece can delight in its own singular way. Humble and practical items are often multi-purposed in their functions.  A gent’s woolen shawl becomes an impromptu blanket. The utilitarian gamcha is a towel, a neck scarf, or a head wrap to keep the sun out.  Unadorned simplicity and versatility is why they continue to endure in the pragmatic culture of India today.  A seemingly infinite variety exists within a single category. Plain weave towels with their ever-changing borders, patterns, sizes and color combinations still serve the simple purpose of drying oneself after a bath or doing the dishes after dinner. Even mill woven and machine made goods differ according to the nuances of time, the availability of materials and the area where they are made. All are beautiful.
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New Post

In preparation for the holiday season gifting madness, we have equipped the store with some of Diana Kane's favorite designers' newest creations. Our latest addition to the Diana Kane floor are the Mari Hobo bags from the local handbag designer, Aki Kano. We love Aki Kano because of her natural ability find that sweet balance between fashion and practicality. Aki's elegant silhouettes and fabulous colors rock our socks off! I mean, who can resist her signature ribbon shaped zipper pulls? Manufactured in NYC, our Mari Hobo bags come in Hot Pink, Ultraviolet, Pewter, Chocolate Brown, and Black. 

"My passion is to create simple and stylish bags that are timeless, functional, and are easy to carry.  I create the line with love and get them produced locally in NYC with integrity.  Designing my handbag line constantly energizes and inspires me...." -Aki Kano

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