Robbins’ handmade Teardrop Chandeliers pay homage to the fishing baskets of Toraja women in Sulawesi, Indonesia. They’re made of rattan woven from old vines, which Robbins has reworked into tear shaped shades that each encase a single bulb.
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The name may suggest otherwise, but there’s not an inch of azure in sight at Monsieur Bleu. Named after a fictional character, Monsieur Bleu – the restaurant that is already hailed as the place to be seen this summer, not least for its interior design by French architect Joseph Dirand – has just opened at [...]
Alain and Robbie from Galante. These two flamboyant gentlemen know all about the most exclusive – sometimes even eccentric – shoes, and give every customer the royal treatment. The pair courteously asked Creneau International to turn the new shop location into a theatrical yet stylish décor, where – like in every fairy tale – the perfect shoe always finds its perfect owner.