ELLE DECOR November 2017

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Hearst
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Bimonthly
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happenings

CALLIGARIS: JUNGLE TABLE A table with a double pedestal base constructed of triangular shaped legs intertwined like branches in the jungle that appear to grow straight from the solid top. Thanks to the different possible combinations, JUNGLE is a solid and versatile table, with a contemporary yet organic design. Suitable for all modern environments. calligaris.com E. BRAUN & CO. LAUNCHES NEW STYLE SERVICE Experience the new EBBH Signature Style Service with distinctive creativity from Liz Barbatelli of E. Braun-Beverly Hills. Known to interior designers and clients for her ability to discover, curate, and style table linens to match your room or china for any occasion. ebraunbeverlyhills.com STYLE LIBRARY COMES TO CHICAGO’S MERCHANDISE MART Famed luxury textile and wallcovering lines Zoffany, Sanderson, Harlequin, Anthology, Morris & Co., and Scion will be celebrating their new showroom and…

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people like to tell

stories about Norman Mailer. My favorite goes something like this: It’s widely known that Mailer’s red-brick 1930s waterfront home in Provincetown, Massachusetts, wasn’t just a weekend destination— it was a creative mecca (his more than 40 novels were largely written there). But what got me was that (allegedly, as it’s Mailer we’re talking about), every time he would head out of town, he would first drive his car down Commercial Street—even though it took him in the wrong direction—in order to get one more glimpse of his adopted hometown. I heard this story for the first time while in one of the famous Dune Shacks on the protected Cape Cod National Seashore (its owner, Kevin, a convertible-jeep-driving furniture maker from Boston, was giving us a tour as a favor to my…

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2 min.
happenings

LALIQUE: NATURE SAUVAGE The latest Lalique collection pays tribute to nature, an inexhaustible source of inspiration on which the Lalique identity was built. The iconic Champs-Élysée bowl is transformed through new sizes, colors, and uses. The precision of the design echoes the purity of crystal, fashioned by the hand of the best artisans. Sculptor of light, Lalique crystallizes nature and invites us to admire its beauty. neimanmarcus.com MIELE AND THE HEARST DESIGN GROUP HOST AN EXCLUSIVE EVENING WITH DESIGNER LILLY BUNN Miele and the Hearst Design Group teamed up for a special evening at the Miele Manhattan Experience Center. Guests were treated to designer Lilly Bunn’s presentation on how to maximize kitchen space within the confines of New York City apartments using technologically advanced appliances that are high on style and functionality. mieleusa.com THE…

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contributors

SOPHIE PERA The London-based stylist, who joins ELLE DECOR this month as European editor at large, produced “Next to Normal,” on page 184, and Mood Board, on page 66. “As Diana Vreeland said, you gotta have style. It’s what helps you get up in the morning,” Pera says. “It’s your home, your books, everything you love that makes you happy.” JOHN PRITZKER The son of the founder of Hyatt hotels, Pritzker—a hotel and real estate developer who writes about his newest venture in Big Sur, California, on page 108—was born to be a host. “Hoteliers are pleasers,” he says. “There’s no bigger thrill than overhearing somebody talk about a great experience at your hotel. That’s what they remember.” NANCY HASS We asked the New York–based writer, whose feature about a classic Manhattan apartment designed by…

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what’s hot

Web searches for great artworks inspired Dedar’s Screenshot prints, inkjet-printed on fabric framed with teak, in a collaboration between Martino Gamper and Brigitte Niedermair. Clockwise from top left: Two takes on Picasso; Yves Klein; and Van Gogh. 57″ w. • 69″ h., $9,850 each. dedar.com 1 Imagine this chair by Montreal-based design team Claste, with thick tempered glass and a seat made of pink onyx, in a beach house with a wall of windows. In other words, it’s the perfect perch for taking in and enjoying the view. Green-and-white onyx, Nero Assoluto granite, and quartzite slabs are also available. 30.5" w. × 26.5" d. × 30" h., $10,750. claste.ca 2 After discovering a vintage wood glassblowing mold covered with fungus in the basement of Lasvit’s glassworks, the Estudio Campana brothers (naturally) dreamed up…

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cat lady

I love a glam detail! Anyone who knows me knows I simply die for over-the-top accents that pack a punch. I take the same approach to interiors as I do to dressing myself: If you start with a somewhat clean— dare I say minimal—slate, you can up the ante with fabulous pieces. I love a splash of unabashed glamour. A gorgeous leopard chaise longue or blazer will brighten up any room or outfit, the same with diamonds and sequins. You can take a simple black suit to a new level with big, sparkly diamond earrings or outrageous crystal boots. It’s all about striking a balance. People should have fun with what they wear and how they live. KEMPNER: FERNANDO BENGOECHEA; CHANEL SPA: COURTESY OF THE RITZ PARIS; KENNETH JAY LANE INTERIOR: PIETER…

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