With a low-slung profile and instantly recognizable silhouette described as “a tube of toothpaste folded back on itself,” Michel Ducaroy’s Togo chair now features in the homes of taste-making celebrities and designers alike. How, then, does one update such a contemporary icon?
The Coveted Story offers luxury furniture, collectibles, and ceramics that are handmade and sourced directly from their European designers and artists.
The 1818 Collective takes a multifaceted approach to business. Tucked cozily behind tall trees and an ivy-covered picket fence, the white-shuttered Hamptons house serves as part homeware shop, part gathering space for design enthusiasts, and part home base for its interior design practice.
In Montreal’s Garment District, creators are finding more than affordable studios—they’re building community.
Danish home textiles brand Tekla and French fashion label Jacquemus are ubiquitous on the Instagram grids of the most stylish influencers. So what happens when the two team up? You get a cheeky, beachy, extremely covetable home textiles and sleepwear collection.
No longer simply a form of divination, tarot is now seen as a lifestyle enhancer, aiming to help improve mental and physical wellness.
Interior designer Sheila Bridges’s Reykjavik apartment amplifies her creative strengths of wit, eclecticism, and synthesis.
Though the twisted helix is the spine of his designs, all-American jeweller David Yurman’s work goes beyond his signature motif.
The high school dropout making waves with swoon-worthy designs.