Kinfolk Dinner in Brooklyn

2.27.2012

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The Kinfolk dinner took place in Brooklyn last night. A lovely celebration held in The Green Building in Carol Gardens. Exposed brick, high ceilings, great light, a long table made of salvaged wood and candles everywhere. A chance to finally meet many familiar faces. So many extraordinaire creatives all in one space. The dinner was catered by the Jewels of New York. A lovely family style spread of assorted plates including; a winter green salad with a grapefruit, a roasted pork tenderloin stuffed with figs, leek bread pudding, celery root and potato mash and to finish a pomegranate pavlova. The food and the company superb, I had a lovely time. Wine was flowing freely and fantastic cocktails were served. With so many talented photographers there the internet will soon be blowing up with the fabulous images from the event. I will be sure to link everyone as well. A story I contributed will be in the summer issue of Kinfolk Magazine. Learn more about Kinfolk Dinners here.

Check out Alice Gao's photos from the event.

Partners of the event included, West Elm, Jewels of New York, Vinegar Hill House, Honey of a Thousand Flowers, Finger Lakes Distillery, The Green Building, Crop to Cup, Woolwich Dairy, Crumpler, Saipua, Mast Brothers, Brooklyn Slate, Honey Ridge Farms, Karlsson's, Type A Press, Frances Palmer Pottery, Sixpoint Brewery, The Stand, Pushcart Coffee, Ariel Dearie and Jarlsberg.

29 comments:

  1. So beautiful! I can't wait til they come to SF. And Nate and Amanda are such lovely people.

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  2. These dinners seem amazing! Such a great idea Kinfolk mag had!

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  3. This looks beautiful! I love the atmosphere and the styling - simple, rustic and effective. I also love the garlands strung up around the building. Thanks for the beautiful photos!

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  4. these are beautiful. You have captured the light and what i imagine the feeling of being there to be. Such a wonderful place to share ones talent and enjoy others. Gorgeous space and beautifully curated. Very beautiful nicole, truly.

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  5. Oh Nicole, how beautiful! So well represented, the viewer really gets the mood of the soirée. Wish I was there --I just got my first small little series of pictures featured on the Journal today, I was sosososoososo happy :))

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  6. rho looks beautiful... and my french eye spot on that lovely cheese!

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  7. So absolutely stunning. I can't wait to see photos of the after-dinner soiree too!

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  8. amazing! everything looks so beautiful.

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  9. prettty! love the above-the-table shot.

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  10. beautiful. sounds like such a fun experience.

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  11. Love the space, love the sunlight coming through, and love your new layout!

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  12. These are so lovely. Just saw Alice Gao's 50mm version - so interesting to see 2 different interpretations! I love the dust floating in the air. Magical.

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  13. oh, so beautiful! I wish I could have been there... so many people that I would have loved to meet, you included of course!

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  14. Lovely gathering and beautiful shots. I can only image how wonderful an evening it was. Do these gatherings happen often, different locations? Maybe one day I'll make the long drive to grab a seat and sit in wonder.

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  15. This is beautiful Nicole. Your photos are evocative of times past and your use of light makes the world feel like it stands still. Just lovely.

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  16. Stunning photos as always Nicole. I'm looking forward to reading the summer issue now :) x

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  17. Nicole! That above table shot is the closest thing to perfection - it's BEAUTIFUL! Great work, and lovely meeting you. x

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  18. OMG so jealous. Bet it was a perfect night to remember.

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  19. Such beautiful photos - stunning in their simplicity. Can't wait to see all the others too :-)

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  20. these images are just beautiful, nicole. xox

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  21. it really turned out so great! looks like the perfect evening. I especially love all the care taken to little details like the saipua soaps!

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  22. i wish we had all been wearing name tags! hah!

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  23. Not surprisingly, it looks like quite the perfect evening. You have such an eye for detail and are always able to capture the mood beautifully.

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  24. Lucky girl. This looks quite magical and the menu sounds amazing. Looking forward to your contribution in the summer issue of Kinfolk :)

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  25. Great photos of a wonderful location and interesting event. I like the simple table setting and the atmosphere. Thanks for sharing photos with us!

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  26. this looks absolutely beautiful, gorgeous photos!
    and yes, I'm beginning to see photos of this event on other blogs too ;-)

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  27. Cet endroit me fait vraiment envie.

    Bonjour de France

    manon

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  28. Lots of Good information in your posting, I bookmarked your blog post so I can visit again in the near future.

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