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King was in charge of the first course. Her choice? Fresh Hamachi, drizzled with citrus, olive and Sichuan chili. “This dish draws inspiration from an Italian crudo, yet layers techniques of Latin America through a broth similarly found in a leche de tigre, while marrying flavors of China and Japan,” explains King. “I wanted to create a dish that embodied the beautiful mix of vibrant cultures and ethnicities of immigrants that make up the DNA of America today.” Samuelsson himself developed the evening’s main entree. It was a hearty and delicious dose of Americana: a barbecue striploin with spring carrots, crispy rice, and cornbread crumble. Amirah Kassem masterminded the dessert. Her chocolate cake, layered with either chocolate or cappuccino mousse, all crafted in the shape of a teacup, is a homage to the night’s dress code of gilded glamour. “This dessert is a play on Gilded Age teatime. Tea gowns were popularized during the Gilded Age, and they were intended to be worn indoors with family and close friends during a dinner party. I find it to be so inspiring that not only was there a dress code but an entire garment was created to be paired with tea,” she explains. On Monday night, guests from Blake Lively to Lizzo and Tom Ford enjoyed the culinary creations on plates adorned with vintage motifs sourced by Johnson Hartig of Libertine. Gracing the tables were linens based off of embroidery by American textile artist Elizabeth Jeffries, found by Vogue’s contributing editor Eaddy Kiernan in the Metropolitan Museum’s archive. Overlooking it all was a projection of Andrew Melrose’s 1887 painting, “Castle Garden, New York showing Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty,” one of the many nods to “Liberty Enlightening the World” seen throughout the night.
It’s a Friday, and I’m getting a tour of a building at the corner of Broadway and Hart, right at that sweet spot in Brooklyn where Bushwick and Bed-Stuy overlap. A man walks in to drop off a ladder, which I soon discover he’s donating to the space. He’s never been here before, and the team doesn’t know him, but everyone is all smiles, thrilled they have a new, sturdy piece of equipment for their work. This is an average day at Collective Focus, the playfully painted community space that, just last Friday, celebrated one year of distributing food to locals and offering a physical space for them to gather at 1046 Broadway. The location is outfitted with a recording studio, an open closet, a marketplace of local vendors, and, of course, a makeshift kitchen. Over the last year, the hub has distributed more than $268,296 worth of clothing and since August $203,613 worth of food. It’s all for free, and this group of organizers is just getting started.
Sarah Rooney and Briana Calderón Navarro met at a mutual friend’s rooftop in July 2020. “We were at a Paperboy Prince party, and we just instantly hit it off,” Rooney shares. Both had thrown themselves into the food-rescue and organizing community at the onset of the pandemic, and eventually they began driving around together, delivering surplus food to community fridges across Brooklyn and downtown Manhattan. With neighbors struggling to qualify for unemployment or stimulus funding, the community of what Rooney calls “folks doing fridge work” was rapidly growing. With time, it was clear to both Caldéron Navarro and Rooney that a physical space could really anchor their work and establish it as a long-term project. At the time, there were plenty of mutual-aid groups occupying abandoned commercial buildings or gardens, but they were often met with city bulldozers or eviction notices. So the activist duo—backed by a large community of mutual supporters—started pitching local landlords. Met at first with laughs and resistance (which they attribute to aspirational anti-capitalist goals and being a women- and queer-led community), the group eventually got the keys to their new home base on April 1, 2021. They called it Collective Focus, hoping the name would highlight how together they could recenter the basic needs, professional aspirations, and personal joys of their neighbors.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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