Andrew Yes is an interdisciplinary artist and designer. The Andrew Yes home furniture collection debuted at Barney’s New York 2012.
Andrew’s designs have been featured in Harpers Bazaar, Paper magazine, The Huffington Post, Town & Country Magazine, Interior Design Magazine, Luxe Interiors, Refinery 29, Vogue, Pop Sugar and  NBC’s Today Show. Andrew Yes began working at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York at a young age and influenced Andrew’s work in interior design, wearable art, furniture, film designs, and fine art paintings and collage. The Andrew Yes Collection was launched at Barney’s New York and is also available at 4510 Dallas, Blue & Cream, East Hampton and Shop Harpers Bazaar; his wearable art jewelry was launched at John Derian, New York.

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Dress for Success Written by Annie Block , Mark McMenamin — Interior Design “Live Love Die Design.” That’s the tagline for Boffo, meaning sensational. Faris Al-Shathir and Gregory Sparks, 29-year-olds who met at the University of Pennsylvania during graduate school for architecture and landscape architecture, respectively, launched this New York culture nonprofit to provide exposure and networking opportunities for designers and artists via exhibitions and events. Al-Shathir and Sparks participated in this year’s Housing Works: Design on a Dime benefit by teaming up with the namesake founder of Andrew Yes Studio and artist Jessica Angel on a dining-room vignette inspired by 17th-century Flemish painters Johannes Vermeer and Pieter de Hooch and constructed with such found materials as wood from shipping pallets. But Boffo also organizes its own happenings. Take “Building Fashion,” for which five teams of architecture and interiors firms and clothing and accessories designers were asked to work together on two-week installations under the High Line park, in the former sales office for the HL23 apartments by 2010 Interior Design Hall of Fame inductee Neil M. Denari. Among the project

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