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Fleur du mal

Luxury is to give pleasure.

Jennifer Zuccarini, the former design director at Victoria Secret and co-founder of Kiki de Montparnasse, is well versed in the art of seduction and inspired by the ritual of dressing and undressing, and boasts sexy, sheer, ready-to-wear essentials layered with lingerie influences by a breezy seductive boudoir style.

From glamorous lace bodysuits, sultry balconette bras and a multitude of beautiful underpinnings, Fleur du Mal offers a sublime collection of seductive and sensual lingerie.

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Taschen

GILLES NÉRET. EROTIC UNIVERSALIS: THE ART OF PLEASURE

In Erotica Universalis, we discover that not only most of our famous writers, such as Ovid, Aretino, Voltaire, Verlaine, or Maupassant, wrote erotic texts that bordered on indecency, but also that great artists like Boucher, Fragonard, Dalí, or Matisse were inspired to provide suitable illustrations for these naughty books. A banquet for the imagination and a feast of the eye!

Bettina Rheims

Bettina Rheims features her first photographs from the late ’70s, unclassifiable, 35 years of daring, defiant photography. This limited Art Edition book pairs the pigment print Lara, January 2008 with a volume of more than 500 photographs. The book showcases Rheims’ interest in female fragility and strength, and the magic encounter between model and the artist which disrupts codes of eroticism to build up a new image system for womanhood.

Nobuyoshi Araki. Araki by Araki

Nobuyoshi Araki is a celebrated and controversial Japanese photographer whose work revolves around female eroticism and his fascination with his birthplace of Tokyo, Japan. With his notoriously provocative images, eroticism has been an essential element in Araki’s work. Demonstrating a passion for vibrant colors and intense black and white photography, Araki has been inspired by Japanese traditions, both ancient and more modern as well as Kinbaku, a form of Japanese bondage, that has motivated much of his work.

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Sorayama

Legendary Japanese artist Hajime Sorayama is known world-wide for his imaginative and highly accomplished paintings of beautiful women. Using brush, pencil and acrylic paint, airbrushing only finishing details, he creates memorable images in a hyper-realistic style. As a young artist in Japan, Sorayama was enthralled by the voluptuous images of females in film and advertising. And thus took the pin-up to a new level making it his own.

Keeping the teasing, suggestive attitude the American pin-up genre, Sorayama employed his talent for rendering exquisite detail and thereby enhanced the quality of the images while retaining the sense of fun and peek-a-boo. This one-of-a-kind Sorayama embodies ancient Japanese culture mixed with the sensual and suggestive characteristics of his classic pieces, boasting provocative and seductive woman standing up. An array of classic Geisha illustrations are featured in the background along with Japanese script in the top right hand side.

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Jewelry

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Prints

Nobuyoshi Araki

Nobuyoshi Araki is a celebrated and controversial Japanese photographer whose work revolves around female eroticism and his fascination with his birthplace of Tokyo, Japan. With his notoriously provocative images, eroticism has been an essential element in Araki’s work. Demonstrating a passion for vibrant colors and intense black and white photography, Araki has been inspired by Japanese traditions, both ancient and more modern as well as Kinbaku, a form of Japanese bondage, that has motivated much of his work.

Marilyn Minter

Marilyn Minter has long been creating hyper-realistic paintings of the female body, from lipsticked lips to high-heeled feet, in tight, cropped compositions full of decadent color and provocative sexual implications. Using vivid colors, Minter’s experimental and bold work seamlessly marries art and fashion, glamour and decay as well as hope and tragedy.

Annie Lebovitz

“I wish that all of nature's magnificence, the emotion of the land, the living energy of place could be photographed.” Inspired by the works of photographers like Richard Avedon and Robert Frank, Annie Lebovitz developed her own style of photographing people, exposing the intimate details of their personality in a poignant image. Her technique involves the use of bold colors and unconventional poses that often startle to create a long-lasting impression.

Thomas Ruff

Thomas Ruff works in series, creating defined bodies of work whose subjects include empty domestic interiors, appropriated interplanetary images captured by NASA, abstractions of modernist architecture, three-dimensional computer-generated Pop imagery, and obscured pornography. As a renowned German photographer, he focuses on aesthetics and process, building an eclectic oeuvre not defined by genre, method, or theme, but rather by stark imagery, relative conceptual seriality of subject, and the clever subversion of the printed image.

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Christian Louboutin

Iconic shoe designer, Christian Louboutin has developed an artistic evolution over the years, enriched through his love of travel. His taste for the exotic, interpreted to reflect his inimitable aesthetic, makes its appearance in the designs of his shoes and bags season after season. Equally, his passion for the arts - from landscape architecture to cinema - continues to fuel his imagination.

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Sami Hayek

The nonversations porcelain collection by home designer Sami Hayek is mastered with porcelain, one of the most antique materials in which luxury has expressed itself. Made in Florence, Italy from the oldest porcelain factory dating back to 1735, each porcelain piece represents freedom of thought and action, a reminder to not take life so seriously and to enjoy good company.

Dita Von Teese

The glove collection

Gloves are royalty - especially when they are designed by burlesque empress Dita Von Teese, who has successfully brought the striptease art form into spotlight with her timeless sense of elegance and sophistication.

Taking audiences on a journey into fantasy and spectacle, Dita is renowned for her ornate sets and dazzling haute-couture performance costumes inspired by on a long time obsession with fetishistic elegance. Just One Eye invites you to explore your sensual side with her luxury.

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