From the neon Henrie sign out the front to the pink and blue tabletops inside to the varying artwork displayed on the walls – Café Henrie’s playful aesthetic serves as a gentle reminder to not take yourself too seriously. Opened in September 2015 by graffiti artist André Saraiva, the Lower East Side cafe was initially thought of as an extension of Saraiva’s New York studio, and quite simply as a place for friends to get together. Today, Café Henrie continues to attract artists, authors, designers and the like in need of good coffee – everything from your regular brews to the more unconventional cardamom coffee – and healthful lunch options including signature bowls that have gained cult-like status.
“At the end of the day, when you’re on the road for that long, you just want someone you can hang around with and have a good time. Then if they take pictures, that’s great.” Photographer Zackery Michael documents his enduring friendship with the Arctic Monkeys in his latest exhibition, AM:ZM.
Our grandmothers used to say that a dropped plate was considered good luck, but if those plates are crafted by ceramicist Ana Kerin of Kana London, you can be sure we’d never let them go.
From the faces of the season to the shows we couldn’t get enough of, Fashion & Beauty Director Billie Iveson recaps a whirlwind trip for New York Fashion Week 2018.