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314 Warren Street
Hudson, NY, 12534
USA

518.697.5397

source adage is a Hudson, NY based fragrance brand. Our collections of premium home and personal fragrances are inspired by aspirational destinations and majestic landscapes. Each scent that we create is as distinct as the land that inspired them.

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THE ARTFUL MASCULINITY OF MIKE HINES' FLORALS

Christopher Draghi

Meet renowned floral designer, Mike Hines of epoch.floral, for a signing and launch event of his new book, UPROOTED, at the source adage NYC home fragrance store in Hudson, NY.

Saturday, June 4th from 5-8pm

314 Warren Street, Hudson, NY

 

Mike Hines' UPROOTED showcases his unique design aesthetic and approach through this compilation of original floral compositions in a delicate orchestration of concepts with organic intention, grit, and artful masculinity. Hines takes the reader into his world by creating designs that are both mysterious and sexy. 

UPROOTED is a visually stunning coffee table book with over 80 full-color images by photographer Doug Human - making it an essential addition to any library. Preorder now on Amazon or, better yet, meet Mike in person in Hudson at source adage NYC and get your signed copy.

Photography by Doug Human

 

J.HILBURN Trunk Show at adage

Christopher Draghi

On December 5th, in occasion of Hudson's annual Winter Walk, the source adage NYC flagship store at 314 Warren Street will host a J.Hilburn trunk show with the latest collection of menswear. A personal stylist from J.Hilburn will be on site to show to fit clients for their made-to-measure suiting and custom made shirts.

Shops and restaurants on Warren Street will be open with different events, live music and refreshments in celebration of the holiday season during Hudson Winter Walk.

You can visit the adage store for holiday shopping to experience the collection of distinct ambient fragrances with extended hours on Saturday, December 5th from 11am-9pm. The J.Hilburn trunk show will be from 3pm-9pm.

New Luxury Fragrances Launch in Hudson, NY

Christopher Draghi

The center room testing table

For those who have never been to Hudson, NY you must not have been listening to the chatter or reading the Times' travel editorials.

Hudson is the upstate destination for Manhattanites, Brooklynites and North-Easterners, in general. Last month the first "adage" retail store opened, in conjunction with the launch of the brand's line of ambient fragrances, in the 300 block of mile-long Warren Street, historic Hudson's main commercial street. Hudson is famous for its antique dealers and curated home decor shops. The fitting setting for home scents with a captive audience of metropolitan weekenders and locals alike.  

source adage NYC at 314 Warren Street

The newly renovated building can't be missed with its "nearly black" Greek Revival facade and masculine, gray walled interior with an eclectic mix of furniture from the late 1800's to mid-century modern. Striking black and white landscape photography and low lighting come together to create an atmospheric backdrop to the reed diffuser and candle "adage" vessels made from hand-pressed black glass. 

Each fragrance gets its own station to experience a more isolated testing of the distinct fragrances. The themed vignettes, referential to the great American landscapes that inspired the fragrances, serve as a mood board to illustrate how each fragrance was originally conceived by creators/owners Christopher Draghi and Robert Dobay. The entry room of the store showcases the seasonal featured fragrance, furnished with objects and photographs that recall that region's character.

The men's lounge style space permeates a rich mixture of all the open fragrances oils and lit candles that greet you warmly at the door upon entry and linger on to the sidewalk as an open invitation to those passing who have yet to visit.