27 December 2011

Beekman Place, Pt. II


photos by Tom b. 

- vintage Navy sailor pants
- Fletcher for Lyell sweater
- 70s leather boots
- vintage wool beret

A few fun facts about Beekman Place:
  • It was built in 1882 and used to be known as Temple Court. 
  • It is one of the earliest surviving fire-proof buildings built in New York City. 
  • It was the third building in the city to have an elevator installed (they still work and we rode in them!). 
  • You can see the Woolworth Building, built in 1913, through the atrium skylights. 
  • It has been sitting abandoned in the middle of the city for more than a decade. 
  • The building is rumored to be sold to Andre Balazs and being renovated into a luxury hotel.  



Anonymous said...

What a fantastic place! Such places are quite hard to find here. So I love looking at these beautiful pictures even more :)


Unknown said...

Your photography and your style are beyond compare. Simply stunning!


sweet harvest moon said...

Love the last picture!

Rae said...

What a beautiful photo location! Simply beautiful. xo, rv


Carissa Clark said...

Oh my goodness, such great photo opp location, it's beautiful!

The last picture is my favorite, absolutely STUNNING! :)

Sarah said...

Beautiful photos! They look like they should be in the Anthropologie catalog.

Alison and Marie said...

You're hair is the perfect colour right now!

svenskaussie said...

Stunning outfit and stunning photos. Your blog just gets better and better, keep it coming. PS happy holidays Sally Jane from New Zealand, it's summer here so I am loving the cosy winter feel of your blog.

Inroll said...

I love your blog!

Inroll said...

I love you blog!!<3
This pictures are beautiful...

Inroll said...

I love that outfit! I like the pants and the sweater... they fit perfectly... I want some pants like that!!!