Paris: Boutique – Hermes – Rive Gauche. I was so looking forward to considering the Hermes boutique in person, it is situated on the left bank inside a formerswimming pool built in 1935, in the Art Nouveau style by Lucien Beguet. It is so photogenic, that when I really gotthere, it wasn’t quite as majestic as I had imagined. But, it is very gorgeous and very luxurious and has that Hermes’s low-keystyle, which is so chic, the space was designed by Denis Montel of the RDAIstudio.
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Milan: MilanFashion Week Party. The Milan Fashion Week Party to celebrate the jump issueof the Wall Street Journal Magazine was held in the newly refurbished royalwaiting room in the Central Station. Thedinner was hosted by the WSJ Magazine, Saks Fifth Avenue and the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana.Above: Aview of one of the two rooms of the sala reale or the private royal waitingroom used by the king and his incite, it is decorated in the Neo-classicalstyle.Note: theflower agreement of white anemones was made by Milan’s elegant floristTearose.
>Palazzo Reale – Sala delle Cariatide: Robert Ciaccio –Inter/Vallum exhibition. In the majestic Sala delle Cariatide in Palazzo Reale,until November 20th, is the Roberto Ciaccio Inter/Vallum site-specificinstallation. It is closely tied to the architectural identity of the space. Karlheinz Stockhausen’s Mantrafor two pianos and live electronics, is performed to accompany the show,characterized by vibrating and modulated sounds that recommend the disquietingoscillation of a huge sheet of metal in dark space.
DESIGN:Cappellini flagship store. A Homage to Shiro, Shiro being the fantastic Japanesedesigner, Shiro Kuramata, is the title of the exhibition that inaugurates therestructured space of Cappellini’s Milan flagship store just a stone’s throwfrom Piazza San Babila, in Via Santa Cecilia.Above:a whimsical self-likeness sketch of the fantastic designer.
Ozone socks are a momentously regarded “secret” they are hip and cool and are highly in demand with the In crowd. Making Ozone Design, CEO and founder Laurie Mallet strongly believed that socks were one of the only items untouched by fashion. “Ozone Design is devoted entirely to putting fashion and fun into socks and tights. Amazingly, socks, at the time, were still looked upon as undergarments.” she clarifies, her goal was to bring spirit and passion to one of the most intimate and neglected parts of our wardrobe.