photo: Harpers Bazaar
Jennifer Aniston in Vintage Valentino
Vintage fashion is amazing. Aside from the thrill of the hunt, the prize is not looking like anyone else at the party. For a true fashionista, there’s nothing like the opportunity to express your stylish individuality in a room full of rather meek risk takers. It takes (along with a great deal of confidence) an innate eye to locate and tailor a piece from a long gone era into a modern, fresh silhouette.
That got me thinking.…What can we do that draws upon the past in a respectful and fashion-inspired way? How can we translate let’s say gold boucle into a metal detail or develop a process for a material that looks appropriately aged, yet crisp and contemporary? It’s been so much fun thinking this way, and we’ve only just begun. Here’s to fashion and furniture!
l-r: Morand 5 Drawer Chest & Collection featuring custom hardware, tapered legs & antique gold finishing.
Luna Dining Chair, Counter & Bar Collection featuring a clamshell inspired design, textured chenille and both gold and polished nickel legs.
Talia Ceramic Collection available in a variety of shapes. This in depth collection of ceramics from Thailand features a hand applied, reactive glaze. No two pieces will be alike making each fabulously unique.