Some highlights of our past press mentions and interviews, including entries from some of our favorite blogs.
- Architectural Digest, June 2010: our Rattan Cobra Chair included in the Designer Finds page
- Daily Candy, June 2010: features the Knuckle Duster Rings
- Inc Magazine, May 2010: Elle interviewed on selling online at Etsy.com
- Such Cool Stuff, August 2009
- Apartment Therapy: Los Angeles, March 2009
- Glossy Magazine, March 2009
- GrassrootsModern, Jan 2009
- Desire To Inspire, Jan 2009
- Design Sponge, Jan 2008
- EAT.SHOP Austin Guide 2008 "The day I was here shooting, a wicker hanging chair from the 70s arrived. I wanted that chair. I wanted it bad. But I was having a hard time wrapping my head around how I would check it as baggage. So I let it go. But people, don't be like me - go to Austin Modern where you will find, and you will buy, some of the best vintage pieces around. And this is the real stuff, folks, designed by the superstars of their eras... " (Copyright K. Wellman)
- Statesman Design Blog, Dec 2007: Austin Modern expands it's online offerings
- Austin Connoisseur Streaming Video interview, 2007
- Shopping Austin's Vintage Vanguard Austin Chronicle, Dec 8, 2006 "Austin Modern: Quality Plycrafts and Wassilys and decor circa 1950s-1970s.
- Dallas Morning News, March 17, 2006 "... Down the block is 2-year-old Austin Modern Vintage. Owner Elle Greene, who has been in the business for 18 years, got her start in Palm Beach, where she specialized in all things Art Deco. Now, she focuses on 'midcentury and 1960s modern', where Eames and Pucci are roommates, and a 1950s salmon pink tulle prom dress ($95) may hang alongside a Danish modern lounge chair ($125)."
- Austin's Music & Entertainment Television: Interview on Airwaves, January 2008 Unfortunately, we've only got the audio from that interview. If you don't see the player below, try disabling your ad blocker.
To order a copy of Eat.Shop Austin and to read the whole story please go to www.eatshopguides.com.
We were especially pleased to be included in the guide as only 4 of the 40 plus vintage stores in Austin made it in this issue!
When they say "Modern," it's with a capital M. Look for the proto-Pan Am logo."