Spring has fully sprung in New York, which means we’re up to our eyeballs in cold, miserable rain. Precipitation normally leaves me in a perpetual state of drowned rat, so to class up my rainy-day routine, I’m turning to the 1952 classic musical Singin’ in the Rain. If Gene Kelly doesn’t make you want to dance in the street, then nothing will.
1. Fox Congo Solid Umbrella, $290; 2. Vintage Brass Bucket, $98; 3. Hendrix Pendant Light, $275; 4. Ship Doorstop, $65, 5. Gold Votive Holders, $14+; 6. Italian Gilt Bench, $795; 7. Bow Pumps, $40; 8. Hand-Painted Moroccan Tile; 9. Woolrich Cape, $595; 10. Crystal Knob, $6
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A little bit glitzy, a little bit dapper, Singin’ in the Rain is without a doubt one of America’s most-beloved musicals. It is, of course, a musical about a musical, so you must have a high tolerance for tap shoes to appreciate its full glory. Luckily we do, because it’s not even April and we have months of rain on the way.
1. Sergeant Mirror, $600; 2. Lulu Guinness Swarovski Crystal Bag, $1,060; 3. Spotlight Floor Lamp, $898; 4. Newgate Clock, $160; 5. Antique Hand Mirror, $55; 6. Perfume Bottles, $25/each; 7. Antique Theater Seats, $2,495, 8. Brass Cane, $25, 9. Silk Pocket Square, $32