From the New York Times today.


But pretty soon, it would become its own design cliché. Everyone was doing deer heads, pressed tin ceilings, antique mirrors and industrial lamps, not only at restaurants in the East Village and Williamsburg, but also in homes in Berlin, Tokyo and Rio de Janeiro.

“They all became so old-time-y and themed,” Mr. Somer said. “And all the people working in them were all like handlebar-mustached actors living in this set, and all the waitresses were all, like, with perfect dresses from the ’40s.”