We were able to purchase some more magazine with Jemima and we have now scanned and added them to our gallery!
An article online mentioned Jemima and we now now that she will have an exhibition/show opening on December 13 in New York. So if you are able go there, we envy you! 😉 We will post more information when we find out more!
A solo exhibition of work by Peter Granados is up now at Sargent’s Daughters until December 3, and a show by the artist and actress Jemima Kirke opens December 13.
Jemima is featured on the cover of the UK magazine Jungle and you can get your own copy at the magazines official site. The new photoshoot is absolutely gorgeous and they were recently taken by the talented photographer Ryan James Caruthers.
We will try and get magazine scans as soon as possible so you can see all the photos and read the interview. It’s always so much fun when something new comes up with Jemima, especially new photoshoots!
In this edition, we wanted to explore the notion of being resilient through fashion in more ways than one. The interview with our cover star, Jemima Kirke, known as an actress and artist, but most importantly a mother, tells us of her own struggle making a new life in a new country and rediscovering herself.
Remember that we posted about Jemima having some kind of project with Hobo Handbags a few days back? Well now we know more about it and she was interviewed by Coveteur and we get to know more about the collaboration. And even better – you can buy one of 20 handbag (or several of course) with an exclusive painting by Jemima! If you can afford it you should get one at once, I know I would!
Purchase one directly on Hobo Bags!
Jemima Kirke’s life after Girls involves a smoking nun and a minimal tolerance for acting
And no more than six hours spent in her art studio at a time.
Jemima Kirke doesn’t know how to draw hearts. Or at least not the kind of hearts we’re used to seeing. When handcrafted leather brand Hobo Bags wanted her to collaborate with them on a collection of 20 handpainted bags, they asked for hearts, and she replied with a nun holding a cigarette in between her lips, enveloped in smoke.
“I have a couple of nun ones that I did, and they’re weird. I was just sort of thinking nuns are loving and nice. You never think about nuns when we think about love,” she tells me over a staticky phone line from her studio in Red Hook, Brooklyn.
Read full interview in our press archive.
This might be a little on the border on what’s okay to post, but I guess any advertising is good advertising when you want to sell something. The house is so beautiful and I love all the interior design and details inside but it comes as no surprise when it’s Jemima’s house.
The family home of ‘Girls‘ actress Jemima Kirke lists in East Hampton for $3M
The home has a private beach on Gardiners Bay
The adorable waterfront family home of Jemima Kirke—the actress best known for her role as Jessa in the hit HBO series Girls— has just listed in the Springs neighborhood of East Hampton for $2,995,000 under Compass Real Estate agent James Petrie.
Originally built in 1900, the 2,000-square-foot home has four bedrooms and four bathrooms on a half-acre lot located right on Gardiners Bay. It’s been completely renovated and designed over time by her mother, Lorraine Kirke, an interior designer and the owner of the home.
Exterior features include an iron gated entry, a private beach, cedar deck, pool, and spa. Inside, a rustic theme is found throughout the space with an iron beam in the kitchen, hardwood floors, and walls of windows that allow for direct water views.
Kirke also utilized unique wallpaper choices as accents, including a bold print in the dining space off the kitchen and the lofted master bedroom—which also has French doors leading out to a private balcony.
The house was up for sale last year as well, at which time it was asking a pricier $3,575,000. Since then, it looks like it’s gotten some updates and redecorating.
According to agent James Petrie, the zoning on the property would allow for a 3,778-square-foot structure. Because of the water at the back, those additions would likely need to be at the front part of the current house if the new owner decided to expand.