It’s always fascinating to see how much art can reveal about one’s personality and character. I’m inspired by co-founder and creative director of Grey Area Kyle DeWoody‘s eclectic and seemingly effortless mix of art in her Greenwich Village apartment. Each installment, along with new and found objects, works together to form a story – whether it be quirky, personal, or completely unintentional. That’s what art should be all about, right?
It may be a bit too warm out to fully appreciate this editorial but honestly, I’m loving the combination of clean, bold colors. Orange + green + cobalt + burgundy + white?! Yes, please!
After it was first created in 1978 for the Palazzo dei Diamanti in Ferrara, the Proust armchair became a historic and iconic symbol of twentieth century furniture design. Just a couple of years ago, designer Alessandro Mendini helped design Proust Geometrica for Cappellini – an explosive and colorful version of the original. I think you either love it or hate it . . . what do you think?
(Cappellini Proust Geometrica Armchair $13,517)
Teen rebellion in the sixties was the inspiration behind Dean and Dan Caten’s amazing fall campaign for DSquared. Shot at London’s Ragged School Museum, a good looking group of unruly students are defying all the rules while sporting brushed mohair sweaters, cropped pants, leather gloves, sparkly heels, and wicked cat eye glasses. Disorderly conduct at it’s best!
It’s that time of year again when the most dapper and stylish men emerge for the menswear shows. First up: London town . . .