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Louis-Géraud Castor, who studied archeology and art history at the Sorbonne before becoming an antiques dealer, may not have planned to become the French fashion world’s preeminent florist, but when he traded Art Deco designs for his own subtly striking seasonal bouquets—which he arranges out of a Marais studio—in 2017, he quickly caught the attention of the likes of Chanel, Hermès, and Prada. Here, the born-and-bred Parisian reveals his must-haves, from a Dali-esque objet to the candle he lights up at home

Rizzoli

$65

Frances Elkins: Visionary American Designer

“I’m really looking forward to this book’s release this spring. A very inspiring woman and successful decorator, Frances Elkins was ahead of her time.”

Ricoh

$916

IIIx Compact Camera

“Because it’s so classy.”

Rimowa

$1,400

Original Compact

“I just need this Rimowa suitcase…”

Hermès

$945

Vintage Magnifying Glass

“This Hermès magnifying glass reminds me of Dali’s magnifying glass. I love Dali.”

Barbour

$50

Case Fair Isle Dog Sweater

“A jumper for my dog, Franklin, whom we adopted a few years ago.”

Barbour

$25

Wellington Boot Squeaker Pet Toy

“And a toy for him too.”

Polaroid

$143

Go Travel Set

“For my travels, obviously.”

Smythson

$295

2023 Soho Cosmic Travel Agenda in Panama

“Because 2023 is going to be COSMIC!”

Filson

$495

Down Cruiser Jacket

“I like the series Yellowstone a lot. This jacket makes me think of Kevin Costner as John Dutton.”

Diptyque

$84

Neige Candle

“Snow, sparks, mosses, flame burning in the fireplace… Diptyque imprints the smell of all these strong memories and brings back the emotions associated with them.”

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