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Where to See Tape Bombing, Art Rugs, and Charity Fashion Shows

Photo courtesy of Anthopologie
Photo courtesy of Anthopologie

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CHELSEA—Currently in the windows at Anthropologie is an installation from Japanese tape bombers, similar to the one seen above. No clue what "tape bombing" is? Head to the store tomorrow between 12pm and 3pm for an interactive workshop led by tape artist Koji Iyama. The installation will be on display through May 26th.

UPPER EAST SIDE—Because a rug can really tie a room together, Barneys New York has teamed up with Henzel Studios and great artists like Helmut Lang, Scott Campbell, and Juergen Teller to create luxurious art rugs. Check out the full range here—or, even better, check them out in person at the Madison Avenue store.

UPPER EAST SIDE—Head over to Bloomingdale's tomorrow at 6pm for a charity fashion show. Kids from the Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics swim team and the Waterproofing learn-to-swim program. will be modeling swim caps designed by Darcy Miller, which will be available for purchase after the show. Proceeds will benefit the uptown park's Fit Kids Fit City campaign.

Barneys New York, Madison

660 Madison Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10065 (212) 826-8900 Visit Website

Anthropologie

75 Ninth Avenue New York, NY