Yellow boots (Mini A Ture) to step into puddles, retro-modern sneakers (Pippo) for a long walk in the forest, deep sea blue sandals (Theluto) for beach time…that would make the perfect trio to pack for the summer holidays. All brands available at Bubble London (S/S 2012 collections, trade only) - Business Design Centre - 52 Upper Street, Islington – London, UK.
I don’t know very much about Loredana Bonora, but her crochet and feathers installation at Milano Mobile (Fuori salone, Zona Lambrate), in front of the great Richard Hutten carpet, stayed with me.
Jasmine and Iris wear clothes and shoes by Makie, Bellerose, Chakra Design, Aigle, Petit Bateau and Areaware.
Brava Casa, May 2011. By Alessandro Pasinelli - Photos Adriano Brusaferri.
Photo n. 1 : Rosdster Saab, design Ulf Hanses for Playsam – Cushion design Alexander Girard – Bean bag Essent’ial for Jannelli&Volpi, made with Marimekko wallpaper.
Photo n.2 : Bed by A.G. Fronzoni for Cappellini – Mattress Morfeus Young, design Roberto Semprini – On the wall, artwork from Luisa delle Piane Gallery, Milan – Bookcases Piero Lissoni for Porro – Blue armchair Studio d’Architettura Simone Michelli for Adrelina – clothes and shoes Petit Bateau & Zara Kids.
Photo n.3 : Bookshelf design CR&D Pianca per Pianca – Couch Patricia Urquiola fr B&B Italia – Lamp Daphine di Tommaso Cimini for Lumina.
Photo n.4 : Stool Cappellini, design Nendo – Fridge FAB28 by Smeg – Wall lamp Verner Pantone – Table Superstudio for Zanotta – Stool Artek – Alphabet fabric Alexander Girard for Silva.
In the Wang family, everyone is happy and smiling all the time, from Emma, 9 years old (who loves reading) and Penn, 7 years old (a very kind person), to the parents Kit and Emily Wang, owners of the iconic children’s brand luckywang.com and blog luckywangnyc.blogspot.com. Emma, Emily and Pokemon-addict Penn tell us about their favorite things and habits.
Remember Heidi? A must see for children who love to discover that authentic and free mountain life : running with goats, dressing with fur jackets, sliding down the slopes. Lost paradise?
I am off to the Swiss Alps and to Milan for the furniture fair – There will be fewer posts over the two next weeks. Enjoy Easter/ Spring break!
Since graduating in Textiles from Manchester Metropolitan University in 1999, Jennifer Collier has been working as an artist. She undertakes exhibitions and commissions, selling her work through shops, galleries and shows. Want to learn how to work with paper? Jennifer runs art workshops in schools, colleges and galleries. More info on www.jennifercollier.co.uk.
New and fun : the Spring/Summer catalog of Noeuf, the baby concept store, photographed by Jean-Paul Lefret. Just added to the brand assortment are Ambitoys, Mini Rodini, A for Apple, Moon et Miel, Airdeje, Marchand d’etoiles. Click here to flip through the pages…