A modern CLASSICAL WARDROBE of the XXI century is made of basic classical garments paired with avant-garde minimalistic jewelry and natural make-up for a youthful and effortless style.
The simple silhouette of a POLO dress makes this garment a perfect fit for the CASUAL STYLE WARDROBE. It has concurred the hearts of many women around the world, being the first pick for travelling, vacation time and leisure in the city.
This dress feels almost imperceptible, giving freedom of movement, very pleasant at touch, and offering maximum comfortability at wear.
Although it’s design and materials used, the POLO dress always feels more high-end, somehow aristocratic.
GREEN is a color that in Europe and in the United Stated is mostly associated with status and prosperity. From the Middle Ages to the 19th century, it was a color often worn by bankers, merchants’ country gentlemen and others who were wealthy but not members of the nobility.
Exquisite, Erotic, Extravagant! That is how I would describe the holland company MOOOI.
All products included in the catalogue of this company have a strong DNA, beholding three main characteristics I’ve described above: exquisite design, erotic appeal, and extravagant shapes. It is a well-curated collection of lighting, furniture and accessories that expands the meaning of eclectic and sophisticated design for everyday interiors, defined by strong personality, creativity, and beauty.
MAXI size motifs create an immediate visual impact on the viewer. A thick fabric or a wallpaper representing maxi flowers, such as romantic pink peonies or other favorite flowers, brings the springtime inside our houses, making it a perfect choice for a contemporary living room or bedroom.
Charles Eames has played a truly unique role in the design industry: as from 1940 he and his wife Ray Eames revolutionized the way in which we interpret objects today. Only a place like Los Angeles, with its liberated cultural climate and its debates on European values, could accept their eccentric design concept.
Isamu Noguchi was born in Los Angeles, son an American writer of Irish origin and a Japanese poet. He becomes a Japanese American artist and landscape architect.
Eileen Gray was born in Ireland in 1878 but got her studies in painting at the Slade School of Fine Arts in London, and later moved with her family to France in 1907, where she lived and worked until 1976 when she passed away.