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If Not Us then Who brings Awareness to the Environment During Climate Week NYC
     “Don’t you love breathing? It’s actually that simple.” Passionate supporters of Climate Week NYC and the Climate March gathered at THE CORNER at Roger Smith Hotel for the launch of the ‘If Not Us Then Who?’ pop-up shop, a project managed by Handcrafted Films and supported by the Ford Foundation. Directed by award winning documentary filmmaker Paul Redman and photo gallery exhibit Joel Redman, If Not us then Who? is popping up in the midst of Climate Week NYC to communicate firsthand the unique personal stories of an inconspicuous yet vital people as they battle to protect their lives, their culture and our forests.
     During their launch, ‘If Not Us Then Who?’ presented the newly released reports of The Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) and Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples’ International Centre for Policy Research and Education) on: the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities , the lands and forests where they live, and the resources that these lands contain, and Handcrafted films team shared their original documentaries of traditional and Indigenous forest people of Brazil, Nicaragua and Indonesia.
     Each film shared the stories of the indigenous forest people and their deep spiritual connection with the environment that is being threatened by the modern world. “I was moved to tears. It was powerful-” an attendee echoed the thoughts of many of the other viewers. With passionate supporters, thought-provoking conversations, and striking visuals, this launch night was truly “beautiful and uplifting.”
The Quick Pop-Up 411:
What: The ‘If Not Us Then Who’ Pop-Up Project
When: September 18th - September 24th
Where: THE CORNER at 501 Lexington Ave. [b/w 47th and 48th Streets] NYC
Hours: 9:00am - 8:00pm
Click here to RSVP for General Admission or Any of the Events Below.

If Not Us then Who brings Awareness to the Environment During Climate Week NYC

     “Don’t you love breathing? It’s actually that simple.” Passionate supporters of Climate Week NYC and the Climate March gathered at THE CORNER at Roger Smith Hotel for the launch of the ‘If Not Us Then Who?’ pop-up shop, a project managed by Handcrafted Films and supported by the Ford Foundation. Directed by award winning documentary filmmaker Paul Redman and photo gallery exhibit Joel Redman, If Not us then Who? is popping up in the midst of Climate Week NYC to communicate firsthand the unique personal stories of an inconspicuous yet vital people as they battle to protect their lives, their culture and our forests.

     During their launch, ‘If Not Us Then Who?’ presented the newly released reports of The Rights and Resources Initiative (RRI) and Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples’ International Centre for Policy Research and Education) on: the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities , the lands and forests where they live, and the resources that these lands contain, and Handcrafted films team shared their original documentaries of traditional and Indigenous forest people of Brazil, Nicaragua and Indonesia.

     Each film shared the stories of the indigenous forest people and their deep spiritual connection with the environment that is being threatened by the modern world. “I was moved to tears. It was powerful-” an attendee echoed the thoughts of many of the other viewers. With passionate supporters, thought-provoking conversations, and striking visuals, this launch night was truly “beautiful and uplifting.”

The Quick Pop-Up 411:

What: The ‘If Not Us Then Who’ Pop-Up Project

When: September 18th - September 24th

Where: THE CORNER at 501 Lexington Ave. [b/w 47th and 48th Streets] NYC

Hours: 9:00am - 8:00pm

Click here to RSVP for General Admission or Any of the Events Below.

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Tech Tuesday’s Trend-Spotting with @StyleSight

Style Sight (StyleSight.com) is our latest go to resource when it comes to trend spotting!

With style experts in each of the major fashion hubs across the world Style Sight keeps in tune with the pulse of creativity, art, fashion, style and all things that inspire. The website aggregates inspiration from runways, retail, showrooms, streets, events, trade shows, exhibits, prints, graphics, art, celebrity fashion, vintage, materials, interiors, color, and more. 




In addition to a culture and lifestyle calendar and great forward looking insights of items trending, Style Site also provides a myriad of design resources including technical tools for creating tear sheets, storyboards, trend boards, and the ability to collaborate wit colleagues and/or suppliers. 


Have Fun. Get Inspired. Be the Future.

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