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Archive | January, 2012

GLASS HOUSE

31 January 2012

GLASS HOUSE Malmaison is about celebrating the ingenuity of the human mind- that Man has progressed so far as to create, simply with an idea and their hands, an object of such impassioned refinement” comments Michael Tay, executive director of The Hour Glass. A luxurious house of haute horology, Malmaison by the Hour Glass brings […]

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DRESS UP

30 January 2012

DRESS UP As Mark Twain once said ‘Clothes maketh the man.’ Ergo, it makes perfect sense to store them well. The Solferino is one of Boffi’s prized products. Fused with the brands technological DNA, a wardrobe becomes more than just a storage space. With its invisible fittings, the dashing Solferino is a load-bearing and free […]

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SWEET SURALAI

30 January 2012

The Suralai, a new private villa tucked away in the scenic northern hills of Bophut in Koh Samai, was designed with the word “exclusivity” in mind. The private six-bedroom tropical paradise is designed to accommodate parties, families or groups of up to a dozen people, with only one rental at a time taking over the […]

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GOING DUTCH- THE GOTHIC CHAIR

24 January 2012

GOING DUTCH- THE GOTHIC CHAIR This new brood of designer darlings are in a league of their own. As the duo from Studio Job declares: “We want to keep creating what we want, when we want, with the means of our own choosing.” Sjoerd Vroonland, Bertjan Pot and Studio Job (made up of duo Werner […]

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STYLE MUTE

23 January 2012

First spotted by Vogue China co-founder and ex-Editor in Chief of Vogue Australia, Nancy Pilcher, in 2010, Song for the Mute, a progressive menswear label by Sydney based duo, Melvin Tenaya and Lyna Ty, are starting to hit their strides. The pair won this years L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Designer Award, then followed it up […]

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SHOES FOR A STAR

19 January 2012

Salvatore Ferragamo presents Red Carpet, the first customised project for women’s evening shoes. And they’ll get the full works. Red Carpet allows the customer to choose their shoes from a selection of six models, including pumps, sandals and open toe designs. Then proceed to select the colour from a palette of 24 shades of satin […]

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BOSS MAN

19 January 2012

BOSS MAN “We were having a design meeting at a café in Berlin and I had the Boss Orange Woman flacon in my hand. I was saying how feminine and modern it looks and that I wanted the men’s flacon to be just as inspirational. Within a few minutes I’d sketched the bottle design onto […]

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SLEEK LINES

17 January 2012

SLEEK LINES Minotti chief designer, Rodolfo Dordoni, believes that all projects need to meet the needs of the present: functional, flexible and authoritative. The brand’s new 2011 collection is the kind of warm, sophisticated furniture that would fit any cosmopolitan apartment without looking too pretentious. We here at Poster love the Claydon table- simple, yet […]

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MONOCHROME

17 January 2012

Chanel’s Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Ready-To-Wear showcased monochromatic tones, dark prints and huge pockets. Dresses and skirts were rarely seen on the Chanel runway as ladies were clad in black comfortable jumpsuits made up of a variety of materials like lace and tweed. Chic and sophisticated yet undeniably quirky, Mr. Lagerfeld does it again.    

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