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Fab Events: Design On a Dime Kickoff Event

Fabulistas, sometimes I really do have to pinch myself to make sure I'm not dreaming! I get to do work that I love, with clients I love and with the best team in the business. I'm ever so grateful! I'm especially grateful that last night loads of my colleagues and industry pals poured themselves into Pottery Barn at 67th and Broadway to see me deliver the kickoff presentation for the 2015 Design on a Dime project (#DOAD2015) hosted by Housing Works on April 23-25-- a worthy cause that's near and dear to my heart...this is the third year I have the honor of participating. Robin Baron - Design on a Dime Kickoff - Pottery Barn, NYC
2015 Design on a Dime Kickoff Photo courtesy of Housing Works
And, this year I'm going for it in a much BOLDER way. (You've got to make progress, right?!) For 2015, I've partnered with not just one, but two fabulous teams to over-deliver for Design on a Dime: Emilia Bechrakis, Leslie Young, Ryan Serhant, Robin Baron I'm pleased to be working with celebrity real estate agent, Ryan Serhant and his elegant fiancee, Emilia Bechrakis. To make the design impact I really want to make, Ryan has generously decided to donate some of his prized pieces. I can't wait to show you the final reveal. And, I'm also sharing brain-power with the relentlessly creative, Leslie Young and her team from Cliff Young. They will be "filling in the blanks" and then some. Their line is edgy yet classic and it defines quality. I simply could not be more thrilled to be working with them. And, believe it or not, Fabulistas, this isn't all I have to share with you...but, I'll save that for another post at another time! Until then, please pop on over to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest (and follow the #DOAD2015 and #TeamBarhant hashtags) to see all my pictures from last night's event and of my work on Ryan and Emilia's new space. Here we go!

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