After several beautiful, warm spring days, New York City slipped casually back into a short cold spell. Optimism, however, will be the victor! At least at Mecox on the Upper East Side where the "Spirit of Spring Designer Windows" event is beginning part three of its four part exhibition. If you haven’t already strolled down Lexington Avenue to catch a rare glimpse of top interior designers like Amanda Nisbet and Miles Redd’s window displays at the antique furniture store, there are still two more designers taking up residence before the event concludes on Wednesday, May 14th.
From April 16th to April 30th, a legendary design name will be creating a temporary display of inspirational home furnishings and
décor. Daughter of iconic designer Mark Hampton and current president of Mark Hampton LLC, Alexa Hampton is an internationally acclaimed interior designer. She has been repeatedly featured on the Architectural Digest AD 100 list, House Beautiful Top Design, and Elle Décor A-list. A worthy beneficiary of such attention, Alexa Hampton is a rare design talent, known for an uncanny ability to make classic design comfortable. Hampton uses her passion for distinct geometries, proportion, contrast, and composition to transform major design projects as well as her own collections of popular furniture and home décor.
Mecox is proud to feature the work of such a talented artist, designer, and author from April 16th to April 30th for the "Spirit of Spring Designer Windows" event. Featured designers were able to select a charity of their choice to receive 10% of the window sales’ proceeds. Alexa Hampton selected The Manhattan Children's Center, an organization which offers instruction and support for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
Visit Mecox on the Upper East Side to view world renowned interior design, browse the collection of antique home décor and furniture, and support an extremely worthy cause.