Metallics by Rejina Pyo. Get the silver jacket here.
Above and below are accessories, leather goods and shoes I definitely wouldn’t say no to for this spring and summer. Especially not the large white “pillow” hand bag, nor the “flap pillow” clutch in black. These bags making me think about Pierre Paulin’s Canape sofa in leather, or Vittorio Introini designed chairs for Saporiti from the1970s. Anyway, the suede clutch from Resort 2016 isn’t bad either.
Gorgeous pictures from Eileen Gray’s home called E1027 in south of France on Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, which took three years to build. The building is informed by Le Corbusier’s notion of the “house as a machine for living in” and was also was one of Corbusier’s favourite homes. He tried to purchase it several times without any luck. Gray’s vision of the home was that the “architecture must be its own decoration”. Eileen Gray was an Anglo-Irish artist, designer and architect and she died at the age of 98 in 1976 in Paris. Today her pieces are highly valued, for instance in 2009, a brown leather armchair standing just 24 inches tall sold at Christie’s for £19.4 million, setting an auction record for 20th-century furniture.
Pictures by Mary Gaudin.
Above and below are the truly dreamy heels from the Christian Dior spring and summer 2016 collection. Patent, pointy, cone heels, and with a bucket detail at the front and on the strap makes these shoes the absolute it-shoe of the season. Also available in flats, similar to the ones Céline showed in their resort collection. This was Raf Simon’s last collection for the Parisian house so they will definitely become collective items. His words about the collection were these among many: “It’s a calm one, and very soft—away from the overdone. I didn’t want to embellish. So I was thinking about the South of France—rainbows and the simple things. And there’s a bit of Victoriana: something of that film Picnic at Hanging Rock. With a slight sexual undertone of darkness.”
photography by Collier Schorr, styling by Katie Shillingford. She’s got the total of three covers. Not so sure my feelings for her though, no offense AnOther (you are my fav). But I do love, love, love Jamie Bechert in Alessandro Michele for Gucci styled by Katie Shillingford below from the same issue.
The editorial ‘The Go-See’ is captured by Rory van Millingen and is such a modern and fresh take on how an effortless editorial – with effortless styling – looks like. Casting by Claire Thomson-Jonville and styling by Dimitri Riviere. Grooming by Camille Siguret. Models from the top: Lineisy Montero, Inga Dezhina, Irina Djuranovic, Vera Van Erp, and Yana Van Ginneken. Perfection.