Make it a season to remember with some playful touches
“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy’.... Let the lyrics of George Gershwin’s classic inspire your home decor this season. Take the family out for a picnic — even if it is just in your own garden. Fill your garden pond with colourful fish and take a road trip to purchase pots and pots of beautiful plants. Turn the volume up on your chosen soundtrack and find a sunny spot in which to read. Cook light and flavourful feasts that ensure there is room left for a postprandial cocktail. For a playful touch, serve your meals in Hermès’ Tie-Set porcelain dinner service. Sounds like a summer to remember.
Hermès’ Tie- Set porcelain dinner service is a harmoniously joyful spectrum of 20 designs, 20 colours and 34 pieces — the perfect summer choices with which to set your table in style.
A little bit edgy and a whole lot of rock ‘n roll — that’s fashion designer Jeremy Scott in a nutshell. When he puts his creative mind to work, you know the project is going to be mind-blowing. For the Moschino fall/ winter advertising campaign, Scott worked with photographer Steven Meisel to produce a series of images that captures Moschino’s DNA, which is all about colours and eccentric, innovative designs.
The gorgeous Amalfi Coast is the inspiration for Sunlight Journey, a collection of high jewellery and jewellery watches by Piaget. The pieces dazzle with the brightness of the sun and the deep blues and greens of the ocean.
The neat clean lines of Jil Sander live on in the Women Resort 2018 collection by creative directors, husband-andwife team, Lucie and Luke Meier. Their designs feature impeccable tailoring that merges masculine and feminine designs. Relaxed volume silhouettes take centrestage.
Walk this way
With the opening of the redesigned Giuseppe Zanotti boutique, women have a new shoe haven to turn to. Need a pair of sculptural shoes, avant-garde sneakers, or a statement handbag? Head to 01-11A ION Orchard
Legend of design
The new B.zero1 Design Legend ring, a collaboration between Bulgari and the late great architect Zaha Hadid, marks a new chapter in Bulgari’s most iconic jewellery collection. It takes the form of a bold four-band ring in pink gold, which is also available in a thinner three-band version in white or pink gold,as well as an edgy pendant in pink gold. Clasped by two flat rings that are engraved with the classic BVLGARI logo, the central body of the ring takes the shape of undulating gold waves. The ring’s infinite curvilinear structure exemplifies fluidity and the feeling of movement, with a design that makes a rigid material look organic and alive.
This article appeared in Issue 787 (July 10) of The Edge Singapore.