Egg Collective's "Designing Women" Exhibit Is A Must-See
The NYC show features works by local female artists.
Want to see incredible designs by some awesome female artists? Then head over to Egg Collective's Soho showroom this month for "Designing Women," an exhibit that brings together the creative female community of NYC and gives back to support local girls.
"This feels like an important moment to do something bigger, that has a cause and that supports our community, and speaks to the inequities that still exist," said Egg Collective co-founder Stephanie Beamer to Dezeen. Twenty percent of the sale proceeds will go towards girls inc. of New York City, a non-profit dedicated to inspiring girls to be "strong, smart, and bold."
A number of incredible artists and design studios from Hiroko Takeda to Anna Karlin to Dana Barnes have contributed works to the exhibit. Egg Collective made sure to get a variety of artists from makers at the start of their careers to others who are more established. "We reached out to women we did know and women we didn't know," co-founder Hillary Petrie told Dezeen. "Everyone overwhelmingly said yes and it has been such an amazing response."
The exhibit runs until May 26 at Egg Collective's showroom on 304 Hudson Street, New York.