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The “Green Vaults” at the Residenzschloss in Dresden, Germany. A feast for the eyes, the Green Vaults were created in the 18th century and filled with the most beautiful things in Germany.

The “Green Vaults” at the Residenzschloss in Dresden, Germany. A feast for the eyes, the Green Vaults were created in the 18th century and filled with the most beautiful things in Germany.

Tuesday, December 21, 1976
[I] went over to Halston’s store, it was really un-busy, but then everything is so expensive that if they sell one little hanky they can have dinner.
~~Andy Warhol
– The Andy Warhol Diaries (in print)

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Luxury is based on timeless design as is the case in the original Lanvin logo, drawn by famous illustrator Paul Iribe. It depicts Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter and by extension the beautiful bond between a mother and daughter.

Luxury is based on timeless design as is the case in the original Lanvin logo, drawn by famous illustrator Paul Iribe. It depicts Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter and by extension the beautiful bond between a mother and daughter.

Heading to Berlin in June?

Don’t miss the BMW Guggenheim Lab that is committed to research on how urban environments can be made more responsive to people’s needs, how people can feel more at ease in urban environments, and how to find a balance between notions of modern comfort and the urgent need for environmental and social responsibility.

Yayoi Kusama, the octogenarian chameleon of an artist, is entering the mainstream with her new collaboration with Marc Jacobs, creative director of the luxury house LVMH. 

(Source: facebook.com)


Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection
November 22, 2011–Long-term Installation


Gallery 555

Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection

November 22, 2011–Long-term Installation

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Ashtray, Weimar ca. 1925 designed by Marianne Brandt (1893-1983)
Brass and nickel-plated metal at the collection of the Neue Galerie in New York.

Ashtray, Weimar ca. 1925 designed by Marianne Brandt (1893-1983)

Brass and nickel-plated metal at the collection of the Neue Galerie in New York.

Egyptian glass, tooled and stamped. This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition.
A great exhibition that reminds us that the notion of luxury is deeply rooted in the history of modern civilization.

Egyptian glass, tooled and stamped. This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition.

A great exhibition that reminds us that the notion of luxury is deeply rooted in the history of modern civilization.

(Source: thomaiserdari.com)

Lucio Fontana. Concetto Spaziale, 1965.

Lucio Fontana. Concetto Spaziale, 1965.

Mr. Sykes says he asked Mr. Hockney why he, at 73, was “the first artist to have a major show using” the iPad. Mr. Hockney replied, “That’s because none of the young ones can draw any more.”
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, R. A., O.M. (British, 1836-1912) The Roman Architect, 1874. Available at Mark Murray Fine Paintings in New York.

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, R. A., O.M. (British, 1836-1912) The Roman Architect, 1874. Available at Mark Murray Fine Paintings in New York.

The “Green Vaults” at the Residenzschloss in Dresden, Germany. A feast for the eyes, the Green Vaults were created in the 18th century and filled with the most beautiful things in Germany.

The “Green Vaults” at the Residenzschloss in Dresden, Germany. A feast for the eyes, the Green Vaults were created in the 18th century and filled with the most beautiful things in Germany.

Tuesday, December 21, 1976
[I] went over to Halston’s store, it was really un-busy, but then everything is so expensive that if they sell one little hanky they can have dinner.
~~Andy Warhol
– The Andy Warhol Diaries (in print)

(Source: thomaiserdari.com)

Luxury is based on timeless design as is the case in the original Lanvin logo, drawn by famous illustrator Paul Iribe. It depicts Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter and by extension the beautiful bond between a mother and daughter.

Luxury is based on timeless design as is the case in the original Lanvin logo, drawn by famous illustrator Paul Iribe. It depicts Jeanne Lanvin and her daughter and by extension the beautiful bond between a mother and daughter.

Heading to Berlin in June?

Don’t miss the BMW Guggenheim Lab that is committed to research on how urban environments can be made more responsive to people’s needs, how people can feel more at ease in urban environments, and how to find a balance between notions of modern comfort and the urgent need for environmental and social responsibility.

Yayoi Kusama, the octogenarian chameleon of an artist, is entering the mainstream with her new collaboration with Marc Jacobs, creative director of the luxury house LVMH. 

(Source: facebook.com)


Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection
November 22, 2011–Long-term Installation


Gallery 555

Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection

November 22, 2011–Long-term Installation

(Source: thomaiserdari.com)

Ashtray, Weimar ca. 1925 designed by Marianne Brandt (1893-1983)
Brass and nickel-plated metal at the collection of the Neue Galerie in New York.

Ashtray, Weimar ca. 1925 designed by Marianne Brandt (1893-1983)

Brass and nickel-plated metal at the collection of the Neue Galerie in New York.

Egyptian glass, tooled and stamped. This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition.
A great exhibition that reminds us that the notion of luxury is deeply rooted in the history of modern civilization.

Egyptian glass, tooled and stamped. This artwork is part of Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition.

A great exhibition that reminds us that the notion of luxury is deeply rooted in the history of modern civilization.

(Source: thomaiserdari.com)

Lucio Fontana. Concetto Spaziale, 1965.

Lucio Fontana. Concetto Spaziale, 1965.

Mr. Sykes says he asked Mr. Hockney why he, at 73, was “the first artist to have a major show using” the iPad. Mr. Hockney replied, “That’s because none of the young ones can draw any more.”
Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, R. A., O.M. (British, 1836-1912) The Roman Architect, 1874. Available at Mark Murray Fine Paintings in New York.

Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, R. A., O.M. (British, 1836-1912) The Roman Architect, 1874. Available at Mark Murray Fine Paintings in New York.

"Thursday, February 17, 1977—Los Angeles
I went to tour the Gemini Gallery with Sidney Felsen and his partner. At Gemini I got an idea. They can now print 10’x10’ and I am going to think about it.
~~ Andy Warhol"
"Tuesday, December 21, 1976
[I] went over to Halston’s store, it was really un-busy, but then everything is so expensive that if they sell one little hanky they can have dinner.
~~Andy Warhol"
"Mr. Sykes says he asked Mr. Hockney why he, at 73, was “the first artist to have a major show using” the iPad. Mr. Hockney replied, “That’s because none of the young ones can draw any more.”"

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