I mean I can’t even… Where does one start with such a stunning decor accessory such as this! The Aerin match striker is in that category of home decor that is functional and stunning as is. Whether to light candles, grandpas pipe, or just for display, it’s handsdown the coolest match striker I’ve seen. Made of […]
With a delicate elegance, Esme Vie has modernized the future of fall, with this birch leaf bracelet. Intertwined in an organic way, the bracelet slips on, made from galvanized metal. The floral element can bring this into many season, not just the A-typical approaching fall. Simplistic, modern and cleaning designed, Esme Vie produces yet another […]
In a former life I was definitely Italian – hence why I know how to dress like an Italian woman in summer. Everything of the lifestyle from food, culture, style and this passionate zest that IS the meaning of “La Dolce Vita” – Italian for The Sweet Life, or The Good Life. And yes that it […]
When it comes to high-end designer bags, I choose what everyone else doesn’t. As much as I adore the Celine trapeze bag, I see so many woman with it. And there’s no need to get me started on The Birkin or a Louis Vuitton. Heck even Givenchy has a staple, The Nightingale. But this Givenchy is different. I like classic Givenchy bags. In a classic one tone muted gray, the hardware is minimal silver, and it is damn well constructed. With enough body to hold its own, the lines are clean and classic. As you go through life remember one thing. You wear the bag, the bag doesn’t wear you! Reinforced base panel. Tone on tone stitching. Approx 15″ length x 11″ height x 7.5″ width. Leather. Made in Italy.
“I do not believe in eras or times. I do not. I refuse to establish the value of things based on time.” So stated Piero Fornasetti, the owner and creator of the famed Italian design house Fornasetti. A purist and original artist till the end, he is celebrated as being among the most original and creative talents of the twentieth century. his works are instantaneously recognizable as he often use his constant muse, Lina Cavalieri. An Italian Opera singer known for her grace and beauty. Fornasetti designed a fantastical world, filled with image and color, that was saturated with humor. Piero Fornasetti was a Milanese painter, sculptor, interior decorator, engraver of books and a creator of more than 11,000 products, and is one the largest of the 20th century. In classic Fornasetti style, this Artistic Italian Decor Fornasetti Table Lamp is a vision and work of art, worth more than it’s asking price today.
Limited edition. Nothing like the scarcity of a product that makes you want it more. Especially if it’s from Jimi Roo’s. Like an artist is to one’s canvas, Jimi Roo’s is an artist with his sewing machine. From T-shirts to pillows, each item is custom cut and sewn by hand, then embroidered using a standard sewing machine, and no two works are a like. Swedish born and italian trained, Roos creates each design in his studio in Florence, Italy. Jimi Roos Bespoke Embroidered Pillow is 100% down feather. The outer shell 100% cotton. Measurements: width: 41cm, length: 43cm.
Unique green & blue Murano glass ring Italy. Always on the hunt for works of art, this Authentic Murano glass from the Venetian Island of Murano does not disappoint. The ring was inspired by delight, one of the passions described in Ancient Greek and Roman writings. Each ring is hand-crafted using the art of glassmaking and varies in color, clarity and transparency to exhibit its one-of-a-kind appearance. Note that due to the nature of this process, each piece is unique and cannot have an exact replica. Handmade using the finest quality of authentic Murano glass, the unique green & blue exhibits the glass a unique texture, color and shape, making each piece one-of-a-kind. Made in Italy. Available in size 6. Designed by PASIONAE – a label and a project inspired by the arts and philosophy that honors the concept of l’art pour l’art (art for art’s sake).
Just being able to say Duomo di Milano in Italian is almost reason enough to go, but it goes without saying that this “Italian Job” was literally just that, quite the job! In an ode to the longest Cathedral ever to be built – spanning almost 600 years, the stunning place of worship was built with […]