Randy MeltonComment

I DON'T KNOW HOW HE DOES IT

Randy MeltonComment
I DON'T KNOW HOW HE DOES IT

Bobby Berk launched the Bobby Berk for A.R.T. Collection at High Point Market. Among all the festivities, he made time to sit down with DT and discuss the whirl of life, including launches in North Carolina and Shenzhen, the third season of Queer Eye, his new website, and trying to find time for the hubby. Along for the interview, Doug Rozenboom, Senior VP Merchandising and Marketing for A.R.T. who took Bobby’s furniture line from concept to creation in less than a year.

The new Markor Arts Center provides architecturally desireable spaces for its A.R.T. and Caracole brands.

The new Markor Arts Center provides architecturally desireable spaces for its A.R.T. and Caracole brands.

A few pieces from Bobby’s new collection:

About a week before leaving for High Point, I turned my 18-year-old daughter onto Queer Eye. I sent her this image by text. Her response is the best! It was taken from a Chaise Lounge Podcast where a bunch of us — Bobby, myself, Rachel Moriarty, Bria Hammel, and Jason Clifton and Jeremy Bauer — had been summoned to join Nick May for an informal Market podcast recorded at Universal.

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