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Dr. Jart+ NYC Pop-up Shop

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Dr.Jart+ hosted its first US pop-up shop in NYC on Thursday, Nov. 13 to celebrate the brands 10-year anniversary. Industry insiders were invited to shop Dr.Jart+’s bestselling products while receiving free personalized skincare consultations and exploring the brands rich history in an exhibition format.



Over the past 10 years, Dr.Jart+ has grown from a small, local brand, into an international company with a cult following. The exhibition illuminates the complete story of Dr.Jart+, from the city where it was born and the founders who created it (Dermatologist Dr. SungJae Jung and President JinWook Lee), to the best-selling products and skincare science within the most safe and effective formulas available.



This exhibit is a testament to Dr.Jart+’s commitment to melding the worlds of science and art, and sharing the results with everyone. Don’t just take our word for it though! Visit the pop-up shop before it’s too late!

When: Tuesday, November 11th, 2014 – Sunday, November 16th, 2014

10:00 AM – 9:00 PM everyday

Where: Openhouse Gallery

201 Mulberry Street

Between Kenmare and Spring


Hello Kitty, Hello Art! New York City Art Exhibition


If you’re a Hello Kitty fan, drop everything and head to Openhouse Gallery for the Hello Kitty, Hello Art! New York City Art Exhibition & Book Launch. The exhibit runs this weekend only and is free and open to the public.

The exhibition features Fashion Designer Betsey Johnson joined by AIKO, Paul Frank, POSE, Simone Legno, and many more popular artists for Sanrio’s first art exhibition in New York City. Showcasing a colorful spectrum of paintings, sculpture, prints, and media ranging from pop to street aesthetics, the gallery exhibition will display a collection of Sanrio-inspired Hello Kitty themed works of art by popular artists from around the world.

 Hello Kitty has proved to be no-fad, with her ever growing popularity. However it wasn’t until a recent interview I did with Lisa Loeb, and now this exhibit, that I fully appreciate the brand. Loeb, who’s not only a fan but collector described the appeal as, “what I love about Hello Kitty stuff, is it takes such mundane things, and when you use it, it makes you so happy.” Through this exhibit, I fully appreciated the creativity and artistic expression and colors brought forth in the show. Hello Kitty is so fun!

{Betsey Johnson at the exhibit opening}


{Inside the exhibit}