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My Favorite Things

Whether Rosetta Getty is sketching her signature sartorial essentials or setting the table for a celebratory dinner, the bi-coastal designer is unerringly exacting. Ahead of her eponymous brand’s 10th anniversary and newest collection, created alongside her 20-year-old daughter, Getty shares the items she can’t live without



Incense Matches Gift Box

“Every time someone is celebrating something special—a wedding, a baby, a holiday—I put together a beautiful gift box of some of my favorite things. This always includes a local handmade ceramic and these incense matches.”



Orphéon Cleansing Hand and Body Gel

“As a teenager, I was modeling in Paris and still remember visiting Diptyque all those years ago. Since then, I have always kept Orphéon hand and body gel in our homes.”

Rosetta Getty


Leather Single-Breasted Blazer Jacket

“I created our core collection to always have my favorite staple pieces available to my clients. I wear this plongé leather jacket everywhere from business meetings to formal events.”

Ed Ruscha


A Particular Kind Of Heaven

“Ed Ruscha is one of the most iconic Los Angeles artists. I was astonished seeing the variety of his work at his new MOMA retrospective. This work on paper would fit perfectly in my library.”

René Furterer


Naturia Invisible Dry Shampoo

“I always have a bottle of this in my bag, especially when traveling.”

Bottega Veneta


Large Hop Intrecciato Leather Bag

“Bottega Veneta is the brand I go to time and time again for accessories. I think now is the perfect moment for the return of their classic woven hobo bag. I’ll be wearing the large white version all winter.”



24-Piece Gold Mood Flatware Service

“We love to entertain with dinners full of friends and family. There is something about a big table beautifully styled that allows for people to come together and enjoy time together. I am always looking for unique and interesting table settings; this gold flatware set will be perfect for the holidays.



Healing Ointment

“I always have Aquaphor on hand. It’s so healing and can be used everywhere by everyone in the family—on the kids, on the go, for makeup, for cuts, to heal… In a pot, in a tube. I love it.”

Martin Margiela


FW 1997 Semi-Couture Stockman Corset

“I have collected contemporary vintage fashion for over 20 years. I have many museum-quality pieces from Margiela and would love to add a Stockman corset to my collection.”

Ilaria Icardi


Tuxedo Ring

“Ilaria Icardi is one of my favorite ready-to-wear designers and her jewelry is equally chic. The Tuxedo Ring has that balance of minimal and extravagant that I’m always looking for in jewelry.”



Cinnamon Mints

“I never leave home without cinnamon Altoids. They are always with me at all times.”



Classic Check-In L

“Every year, we go away after Christmas through the New Year. It’s an important time to unwind and to reflect and recharge for the year ahead. With five children, my husband and I find ourselves packing a huge stack of these classic black suitcases.”

Photo: Amelia Karlsen (Mahtani)

My Favorite Things

Though Rosh Mahtani spent her childhood in Zambia, the self-taught artisan behind Alighieri’s handcrafted gold talismans has made her mark in London; in 2020, she became the first jewelry maker to be honored with the Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. Here, Mahtani shines a light on the pieces that fill her Clerkenwall flat

Emporio Sirenuse


Sun Dinner Plate in White & Blue

“I love hosting dinners in my flat in Clerkenwell, a little tucked away square in London. My favorite part is laying the table. These hand-painted sun plates from Emporio Sireneuse are perfect for big Italian feasts.”



The Mini Link of Wanderlust Gold-Plated Necklace

“Inspired by road trips and the magic of adventure, this necklace is my current go-to modern heirloom.”



Large Soft Cover Cahier Journal

“On the rare occasions of having some time to myself, I love to listen to music at my kitchen table, whilst writing, sketching, and daydreaming of new ideas. I’m never without my Moleskine.”

Caran d’Ache


Pencil-Sharpening Machine

“I’ve recently been taking a lot of pleasure in sketching and writing with a sharp pencil. This pencil sharpener brings me so much joy!”



Espera Tank Top

“I live in old Levi jeans and an array of simple cotton tanks—my easy uniform for life on the go. I particularly love this one from Toteme; it’s a super soft cotton, and I really enjoy the cut.”

Le Creuset


Signature Enamel Dutch Oven

“I’ve been trying to find more time to cook these days. My handed-down Le Creuset pot is always part of the ritual.”

Le Labo

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Santal 33 Eau de Parfum

“There’s something about this scent that transports me to summer memories. I love that you can personalize the bottle’s sticker; mine currently pays homage to a particular goal I achieved this year.”



Private Eye Bag with Shoulder Strap in Smooth Black Calfskin

“There’s nothing better than owning a piece created by a friend. Métier’s Melissa Morris is never far from my heart, as I’m always carrying my life around in the Private Eye.”



Now Generation 2 i-Type Instant Camera

“Photography is one of my greatest passions; whilst I usually shoot on a 35mm Pentax, I’ve recently become quite obsessed with creating images on a very simple Polaroid camera.”

Dante Alighieri


The Divine Comedy

“Dante Alighieri’s Divine Comedy is the text that inspired Alighieri Jewellery. To this day, it’s a source of great inspiration for me. I’ve been collecting old copies for about a decade now.”



Essential Lite Cabin S

“My work often means I’m on the road, shooting and building pop-ups in different cities. The inside of my suitcase has been known to contain an eclectic array of objects, from jewelry to boxes of films, a spirit level, and hammers! My suitcase has seen me through some interesting moments!”

Alighieri x Cremate


Sacred Ash Incense Cones

“I never travel without our new Sacred Ash Incense Cones. Hand-crafted in collaboration with the London-based brand Cremate, they evoke the feeling of old libraries and wine cellars. I love the ritual of lighting the cone at the end of the day.”

My Favorite Things

Gherardo Guarducci moved to New York over three decades ago, but he’s nonetheless cemented his Italian roots in Manhattan—and the U.S. at large—thanks to his portfolio of Milanese-inspired restaurants, which includes Casa Lever and Sant Ambroeus, where the style set gathers for cappuccinos and insalata centocolori. Here, Guarducci shares his matters of taste



Men’s Oca Low-Top Off-White Canvas Sneaker

“I love Cariuma’s sneakers and their commitment to the environment. I just purchased my first pair after being introduced to the brand by my daughter.”

C.O. Bigelow


Bergamot Hand Wash

“New York has been my home for almost 35 years, and I have enjoyed shopping at Bigelow for just as many years. Their hand wash is a staple in my washrooms.”



The Sweet Christmas Hamper

“My eldest daughter used to live in London, and we would often go to Selfridges to buy holiday hampers for friends and family. I am so excited that they will be carrying our cookie tins this year.”



Essential Lite Cabin S Suitcase

“I’ve been flying to Milan a lot recently as we just reopened the original Sant Ambroeus. I’ve found that I much prefer traveling with a carry-on. Rimowa’s is just big enough to hold everything and still fit in the overhead compartment.”

James Perse


Lotus Cotton-Jersey T-Shirt

“Alireza Niroomand, our creative director, introduced me to Mr. Porter when he was one of their brand ambassadors. It’s now my go-to shop for my two sons who both love James Perse T-shirts.”

Gio Ponti


1960s Ponti 969 Chair

“My wife, Sam Tannehill, is an interior designer. We spend a lot of time together looking at all the special items 1stDibs has featured. She loves Gio Ponti furniture.”

Royal Canin


Dry Dog Food

“We have two dogs, Lapo, a black Labrador, and Harry, an Australian Shepard. They love Royal Canin.”

La Ligne


Marin Striped Sweater

“La Ligne’s store is very close to Sant Ambroeus’s Madison Avenue location, so I recently stopped by on my way to the restaurant and purchased a striped sweater for my wife. It’s one of her favorites.”

The Attico


Piaf Black Long Pants

“The Webster is my go-to store to shop for my two daughters. I just purchased these trousers by The Attico, who we collaborated with last year, for my youngest.”

Sant Ambroeus


Extra Virgin Olive Oil

“I always make sure to bring a hostess gift from our retail line whenever I am a guest. I especially love our olive oil.”

Photo: Michael Clifford (Romanek)

My Favorite Things

Brigette Romanek opened her studio only five years ago—but that hasn’t stopped Demi Moore and Gwyneth Paltrow from turning to the self-taught interior designer, who’s quickly become known in Hollywood for her signature opulent, yet practical, touch. Below, Romanek shares her favorite finds, all of which are as exacting as the spaces that she creates

Anissa Kermiche


Venus Candlestick Holder

“I love the shape of these vessels. They are the perfect pieces for a moody table setting.”



Houndstooth Harris Tweed Games Blazer

“I love a blazer to dress up any outfit from day to night. This one has the perfect amount of sophistication.”

Fenty Beauty by Rihanna


Gloss Bomb Universal Lip Luminizer

“Inside every bag or clutch of mine you’ll find Fenty’s lip gloss.”

Le Creuset


Signature Enameled Cast-Iron Chef’s Oven

“I love to cook, and no kitchen is complete without a Le Creuset Dutch oven.”

Brigette Romanek


Livable Luxe

“My new book showcases my philosophy to design of mixing high-end and accessible pieces that strike the perfect balance between livable and luxurious.”

The Row


Allie Leather Hobo Bag

“Everything The Row does is so understated in the best way. Their leather bags are some of my favorites.”

Georges Pelletier


Totem Floor Lamp

“I’m always looking for light fixtures with interesting materiality and a sense of scale for my projects.”



Baies Candle

“This is one of my all-time favorite scents. It’s a must-have for any home!”



Le Spritz Non-Alcoholic 12-Pack

“This is my go-to party drink. Seriously!”



The Alta Dress in Glaze

“I’m wearing this dress to my next dinner party at my new home. I love the simplicity and elegance of everything at Khaite.”

Jimmy Choo


Avenue Crisscross Slide Sandals

“I wear these sandals to cocktail parties in Los Angeles. I love the knot.”



Original Compact Suitcase

“I don’t travel anywhere else without this suitcase. And it’s so chic in black.”

Photo: Tommy Ton (Giangola).

My Favorite Things

When it comes to discovering emerging designers and singular statement pieces, there’s perhaps no better person to turn to than Ramya Giangola, who’s made a career out of traveling the globe in search of the latest sartorial thrills. Below, the L.A.-based brand strategist behind Gogoluxe shares what’s caught her eye



Striped Deconstructed Blazer Jacket

“I recently bought this architecturally brilliant, deconstructed blazer to take me from fall to winter in L.A. It was also perfect to wear to the Sacai show in Paris earlier this month.”

Elizabeth Winder


Parachute Women

“I happened to read this book this summer in St. Tropez, which felt apropos considering the context. I even ended up having a DM dialogue with the author. We are now talking about co-hosting a launch for the book in L.A.!”



La Droguerie Candle

“I am not the first person to mention this candle, and I definitely will not be the last. I’ve been a huge Diptyque fan ever since discovering the brand during graduate school in Paris. If you have a home full of chefs as we do, this candle is the best.”



Private Eye Bag in Smooth Black Calfskin

“If you travel as much as I do, the only way to keep your sanity is with the genius of Métier’s bags and cube system. When a designer says that she is inspired by Steve Jobs and Apple—and is applying that mindset to travel—I am definitely ‘on board!’ Plus, the bags are chicer than chic.”

Tory Burch


High-Neck Satin Dress

“Not only am I a huge fan of Tory Burch for the business that she’s created, and the pride I have in being a part of her launch in Hong Kong and China at Lane Crawford, but I am even more enamored with her commitment to supporting female entrepreneurs. Aside from that, I am truly loving the new direction of her creative direction.”

Food52 x Dansk


Købenstyle 5-Piece Cookware Bundle

“Food52 seems to know exactly what we need for our kitchen and exactly when we need it. This cookware set will be useful as we will be hosting both sets of families soon for the holidays.”

Ilaria Icardi


Tuxedo Ring

“I was introduced to the magic of Ilaria through my dear friend Philomena Schurer Merckoll, who I met when we stayed at her sublime riad in Marrakech, Riad Mena. Anyone who knows me knows that I have a true passion for unique fine jewelry; this Tuxedo Ring is on my wish list.”



Pre-Loved Quilted Leather Shoulder Bag

“Some of my closest friends are part of the reason that Selfridges is currently one of my favorite places to shop, whether I am in London or online from Los Angeles. I am especially excited about their wonderful Reselfridges concept, which includes pre-loved bags.”

Adina Reyter


Groovy Initial Diamond Pendant Charm

“Back to my love of creative fine jewelry, Adina Reyter is where it’s at. I suggest putting a few of her charms onto a chain. Adina has the knack for figuring out exactly how you can layer and layer until you have your ultimate look that is truly yours and very personal.”

Kika Vargas


Louisa Balloon-Sleeve Printed-Taffeta Top

“I love Kika Vargas’s passion for pattern and color. All of her prints are hand-drawn and come from her study of fine art at the Art Institute of Chicago. This top will go so well with my pinstripe pants, along with many other things in my mix-and-match wardrobe.”

Photo: Maria Ziegelboeck (Petronio)

My Favorite Things

Over the past 30 years, Ezra Petronio has masterminded campaigns for Chanel and Saint Laurent, designed perfume bottles for Prada and Comme des Garçons, and taken Polaroid portraits of fashion’s most famous faces, from Karl Lagerfeld to Donatella Versace, as seen in a new monograph. Here, the Paris-based editor and image maker shares his timeless staples

Helmut Newton



“A very personal, emotional, and extraordinary human and creative journey by one of my all-time favorite photographers. An absolute must-read.”



Blue Cotton Shirt

“I would strongly recommend anyone to indulge in and experience the ‘bespoke shirts’ floor in Charvet’s Place Vendôme store. These are the only shirts I have ever worn and will ever wear. Their classic elegance is timeless!”



Walnut Dumbbells, 1 kg

“A beautifully designed workout accessory, which spends more time standing graciously on the fireplace mantel of my bedroom rather than in my hands!”



Temple des Mousses Refillable Candle

“I am in love with Diptyque’s Baies and Bois Cire candles to the point that they are mandatory on my rider regardless of where we work around the world! They have just launched these stunning, heavy glass, refillable candles, which are beautiful and desirable objects.”

Raf Simons


1995 Mods Coat

“Raf Simons, Martin Margiela, and Helmut Lang have been my eternal fashion heroes since the 1990s! This parka has been a key item of my wardrobe since my late teenage years, and Raf has always embraced and revisited these youthful memories of mine.”

Ezra Petronio


Visual Thinking & Image Making

“Proud to share my new book, which is my creative journey over the last three decades as an art director, graphic designer, publisher, and photographer.”

Georges Jouve


1955 Cylinder Vase

“I would never spend this kind of money on a ceramic vase, yet I fantasize about owning a set of Jouve’s objects and ask their price every time I see them in an antique store just for the fun of it!”



Essential Lite Cabin S Suitcase

“Simple, pure, elegant, practical, and timeless. Decorated with some of my Self Service magazine x Saint Laurent Rive Droite stickers and a topless polaroid of Anja Rubik!”




“My Jason Bourne purchase that helps me locate my car on certain mornings! Tried putting one in my teenage son’s backpack for fun but was uncovered shamefully!”

Jenny Holzer


Inflammatory Essays 3 LED Sculpture

“This was my first art purchase, which I made years ago at Printed Matters in New York. I’ve always been inspired by Jenny Holzer’s unique, thought-provoking use of words and meaning.”

Photo: Zev Starr-Tambor (Morris)

My Favorite Things

In 2017, Melissa Morris set out to redefine luxury with the debut of Métier’s heirloom-grade leather handbags and luggage, each precisely handcrafted for enduring ease and sophistication. Which is all to say the London expat is nothing short of an aficionado of discreet yet distinctive objects of permanence. Below, Morris shares a few of her own highly considered keepsakes

High Sport


Long Kick Stretch-Cotton Flared Pants

“A friend told me these High Sport pants would change my life. She was not wrong. Now, they are a constant in my suitcase. The fabric and fit are impeccable, and they work from day to evening and everywhere in between.”

Heywood Hill


A Year in Books Subscription

“Heywood Hills curates a selection of books and sends them to my home throughout the year. It’s such a nice surprise to get a new book in the mail, and I love that they pick things that I wouldn’t have selected myself. Plus, it’s really important to support independent companies.”



Palomino 602 Pencils, 12 Count

“These are the only pencils I use to sketch. For me, they are perfect.”

Le Monde Béryl


Luna Mesh Slippers

“I hardly ever wear heels; I wear a lot of flats that can go from day to evening. Le Monde Béryl is the best at timeless, elegant, effortless designs that have just the right amount of femininity.”



Perriand Weekend Bag in Elvis Black

“This bag makes every trip so much easier and less stressful. Thanks to a hidden exterior pocket, I always know where my passport and phone are, while the interior pockets are for my keys, glasses, and chargers. The pièce de résistance is the mini Stowaway, which clips in so I can arrive and go straight out the door.”



Stowaway Crossbody Bag in Glossy Red

“This piece clips inside the Perriand Weekend (and all our larger bags). I created it because I always had a small pouch inside my bag for my essentials, but it invariably became a bottomless pit and also was not chic enough to wear on its own.”



Cotton-Poplin Shirt

“I feel most comfortable in classic pieces that are tailored perfectly and made from impeccable fabric. This is my go-to white shirt in my wardrobe.”

Bang & Olufsen


BeoPlay A1 Speaker

“I listen to music wherever I go. I love to see live music and to create playlists for dinner parties. We always have music playing in the studio. It’s a really nice way to get good energy flowing at the office.”

Westman Atelier


Lit Up Glow Highlighter Stick

“Gucci Westman sent me a care package of her makeup when we collaborated on a range of makeup bags. Ever since, I am rarely without this highlighter. It is so simple and makes even the tiredest of entrepreneurs look fresh.”

Fernando Jorge


18K Yellow Gold Mini Flame Stud Earrings

“Fernando’s fusion of architecture and sensuality creates the most nuanced shapes. I love the Flame earrings; they look so good during the day with an oversized sweater and jeans, or they can be dressed up with a silk camisole and blazer.”

Domaine Jean-Louis Chavy


Puligny-Montrachet ‘Les Folatières’ 2020

“I love a glass of wine at the end of the day and Montrachet is one of my favorites. It feels like a true luxury to finish the day with something indulgent.”

Hans Wegner


Lounge Chair

“I studied sculpture and was particularly interested in chairs, which are the epitome of form intersecting function. This was a big splurge, but I’ve always admired its ergonomic proportions and ingenious comfort. I believe luxury design should be useful and improve a space while also feeling indulgent.”

Photo: Jacques Burga (Bidermann)

My Favorite Things

The born-and-bred Parisian Aurélie Bidermann takes inspiration from far and wide when designing her signature casually elegant jewelry, but, for her new collaboration with the French silverware maison Christofle, she looked closer to home: namely, the Left Bank’s storied Rue de Babylone. Here, Bidermann shines a light on the pieces that she can’t live without

Anya Hindmarch


Bespoke Tennis Balls

“I took up tennis during the pandemic and now play every morning. I am always looking for fun tennis accessories; the personalization makes these so special.”



Perriand Weekend Bag in Elvis Black

“Métier is understated and elegant; their weekend bag is one of the most used items in my closet. It’s just as suitable for a weekend trip as it is for a day trip with my daughter—we can fit so much in this bag!”

Vibi Venezia


Blanket-Stitched Velvet Mary Jane Flats

“I love Vibi Venezia’s modern take on a traditional Venetian slipper. This style is so comfortable and easily pairs with virtually everything in my closet.”



Soho Notebook in Panama

“As a working mom, I have to be organized. This Smythson notebook is a staple on my desk, and each year I purchase a new one. They come in the best colors—my current obsession is the neon yellow version. Just looking at it makes me smile.”



Page Markers

“Over the last year, I have found that these tabs really help to keep my overall calendar and weekly schedule organized. You can write directly on them, and they are super sticky but don’t rip or damage pages when removing.”



Temple des Mousses Refillable Candle

“I always travel with a candle so I can recreate a bit of home while away. I love the clean and modern design of this vessel. Both the scent and color are very soothing.”



Babylone Silver-Plated Candle Holder + Odorless Candlestick

“When hosting people at home, I pay very close attention to lighting and will often only use candlelight. I like to have lots of candlesticks both on the table and all around the space so that there is a soft and inviting vibe all night long.”

Leonor Greyl Paris


Hair Oil

“Leonor Greyl has been my staple since childhood. Their iconic hair oil is the ultimate repair product, plus it makes for a great detangler and imparts the most amazing botanical scent. I slather it on at the beach and find it protects my hair from becoming dry.”

The Row


Nomi Cashmere Top

“The Row continues to be one of my favorite brands of all time. It’s timeless and functional but always feels chic. This turtleneck is lightweight yet super cozy and perfect for chilly nights.”

Carlos Mota


G: Forever Green

“Carlos is a dear friend of mine, and I admire his style and exquisite point of view. This book is so beautiful; green is one of my favorite colors. It’s the perfect addition to my coffee table.”



Now Generation 2 i-Type Instant Camera

“No dinner party at home is complete without my Polaroid camera making an appearance. I love the way the images look, and you can’t beat the vintage vibes.”



Babylone Sterling Silver Cuff Bracelet

“A great cuff can completely transform a look. The sculptural elements of this sterling silver bracelet combined with a pillowy braided shape make for the ultimate statement piece.”

Photo: Stefano Ortega (Wilkinson Schor)

My Favorite Things

After spending years covering the designers of the moment, fashion editor Isabel Wilkinson Schor took matters into her own deft hands with the launch of Attersee. Named for the Austrian lake once frequented by Gustav Klimt, the New York brand’s signature sculpted vests and pleated caftans exude an alluringly timeless sensibility, much like the rest of Wilkinson Schor’s daily necessities and cherished treasures, as seen below

Drogheria Crivellini for Attersee


The Mary Janes

“For two years, we’ve collaborated with Drogheria Crivellini, a family-run company based in Udine, Italy. I wear these navy Mary Janes in our signature cotton-linen fabric in spring, summer, and fall, and then switch them out for velvet when the temperatures drop.”



Pigma Graphic Pen, Pack of 12

“A talented colleague introduced me to these magical pens, and now—because of how good they are for sketching and scratching out to-do lists—they’re on practically every surface of our office.”

Inès Bressand


No. 35 Leather-Trim Basket Bag

“Inès Bressand’s handmade straw baskets are sculptural, simple, and, best of all, incredibly functional.”

Claude Nori


An Italian Summer

“The images in Claude Nori’s An Italian Summer—culled from over 30 years of travel along the coastline—have an inescapable pull over me, no matter my hour of day, time of year, or state of mind.”

La Bouche Rouge


Powder Brush

“This brush has become my go-to for applying everything. I love its sturdy beechwood handle and the fact that the bristles don’t wind up all over my face.”



Art Deco Box

“I’m a sucker for anything that be a standalone object—or, sneakily, just a catchall for tchotchkes.”



The Satin Studio Jacket

“Our voluminous, workwear-inspired jacket in duchesse satin. For an evening out, just add a pair of pants—or go without.”



1st-Century A.D. Roman Carnelian Intaglio Gold Ring

“I collect jewelry with coins and intaglios, many of which I’ve found on trips over the years. This 1st-century Roman carnelian looks like it’s practically glowing from within.”



Square Malliot One-Piece Swimsuit

“I wore this suit almost all summer long, under sheer beach shirts and by the pool, over and over. It’ll be the first thing in my suitcase on my next warm-weather trip.”

Harney & Sons


Lapsang Souchong Tea, 50 Sachets

“A perfect way to wake up: a tea that smells like someone was smoking cigarettes overnight in a butcher’s shop.”

My Favorite Things

As the interior designer behind countless celebrity properties—not to mention The Row’s residential-in-spirit Melrose Place boutique—Courtney Applebaum has mastered the art of transforming a house into a home, thanks, in part, to her impeccable collection of antique treasures and her very own single-material accent pieces. Below, she shares the display-worthy essentials she can’t live without



Olive Wood Fusion Razor and Base

“I understand a razor is not something one would traditionally spend much thought on; however, you see and interact with this object all the time. Why not have it be beautiful? Plus, you can replace the blade.”

Le Blanc


Summer Verbena Laundry Wash

“The best detergent. I also love their collaboration with Yves Delorme. I’m the brand ambassador they never asked for.”



Bond Organizer in Panama

“I have to write everything down. This organizer lives up to its name.”



Antique Hand-Blown Murano Glass Flute

“I love to collect these flutes and drink wine out of them. It makes for a more fun and fanciful experience.”



Aquarelle One-Piece Swimsuit

“I only wear Eres bathing suits. The Aquarelle is a classic. I got it in cream this year and didn’t take it off all summer.”

Mariage Frères


English Breakfast Tea Tin

I stopped drinking coffee a while ago and now have this tea every morning. I love it.”

Alain Ramie


Picasso: Catalogue of the Edited Ceramic Works 1947-1971

“Books are a huge part of my research and inspiration. My library is what I consistently return to, and comprehensive catalogs like this are so important for the buying process. Plus, I love ceramics.”

The Row


Astrea Striped Cotton-Poplin Shirt

“I love The Row shirts or a Charvet nightshirt to wear to the beach or to sleep.”



Now Generation 2 i-Type Instant Camera

“We use our Polaroid when we have people over. I keep the photos in a silver box and love the memories. Plus, it makes everyone look great.”

Courtney Applebaum Design


Seeded Glass Catch All

I haven’t lost my keys since I made this catchall. I think the glass is so stunning, and you can always use it as an ashtray.”

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