Paco Rabanne

The FW 20 collection showcases a matriarchal take on old world society from the clergy to the military

Julien Dossena wanted to highlight religion’s place at the center of civilization from then until now

From chain-mail knights to she-popes, we find ourselves immersed in the history of human coalessence

The Row

Elie Top

A creative genius in his own right, Elie Top spent his first years in jewelry design with some of the industry's finest minds

Elie's collections showcase a beautiful mix of couture sentiment and fine jewels

His pieces are once ancient and futuristic. Many of them wearable in more than one form, manifesting the innovation and mystery

Casasola

Barbara Casasola designs easy, sporty, knitwear and timeless suiting. Drawn by a desire to simplify and concentrate on quality and fit

Casasola is based in Florence, Italy . Each piece is crafted with the highest quality italian materials

Each season Casasola aims to replenish the wardrobe - not replace it - quietly moving your wardrobe to always be effortlessly fashion forward

OAMC

The Fall - Winter 2020 collection initiates a dialog between strength and protection

This collection initiates a sharp, precise tailoring with a generous volume. Layering is deliberate and monotone

To achieve a balance between quality, aesthetics, and functionality

“Time was created as an image of eternity “ - Plato

Discover collector pieces and objects for your home

Puiforcat dedicates its expertise to cultivating a complete silversmith's Art de vivre around the art of fine taste and decoration

The Art Nouveau Carlo Bugatti Side Chair : made in 1905 in Milan, Italy by Bugatti

Created by Israeli artist Ron Arad and entitled Fauteuil "Sit", this sculptural chair was made in 1990 and is number 18, in a limited edition of 20

HAWKFLIESAGAIN BY JOHN CHAMBERLAIN (2010)

JOHN CHAMBERLAIN CREATES DYNAMIC ENERGY WITH HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL PAINTED, CHROMIUM-PLATED METAL AND STAINLESS STEEL 106 ½. ALTHOUGH WORKING WITH MANGLED, CUT, AND TWISTED PIECES OF AUTOMOBILES, CHAMBERLAIN CLAIMS THAT HIS WORK IS NOT ABOUT CAR CRASHES OR EVEN THE AUTOMOBILES THEMSELVES, BUT RATHER DETRITUS.