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Valli is far from the only designer with tabletop goods on the mind: as summer months fast approach, a new fervor surrounding distinctive al fresco decor has emerged. California cool girl brand Dôen launched a line of dreamy bohemian tablecloths meant for a Los Angeles dinner party, while India Mahdavi’s kaleidoscopic tableware was inspired by the colors imprinted on your retina after closing your eyes in the bright sun. CeCe Barfield, who has worked with Markarian and Christie’s, believes that “well-set dining tables shouldn’t limit themselves to the indoors,” so her new garden collection works just as well outside: rattan chargers mix effortlessly with French porcelain and Belgian linens play host to colorful wax candles.
In the latest video for Vogue’s series Objects of Affection, Sui takes you through the clothing, furniture, and design accents that define her interior style as well as herself. They’re wide ranging—from a caftan that once belonged to Elizabeth Taylor to an antique fireplace she found in Holland, Michigan—but they all have one overarching thread in common: “There’s always a sense of irony,” says Sui. “It is about sharing culture and excellence,” Giambattista Valli says of his debut tabletop collection, over three years in the making. Such a timeline makes sense when you consider the Italian designer collaborated with artisans across Europe and North Africa, from the Viennese glassmaker Lobmeyr, to the Moroccan linen makers Atelier Houria Tazi, to the porcelain house Augarten Wien. There are water glasses painted with Valli-style roses, petal-shaped plates and objets in the shape of lemons and oysters. Recognizing his range of individual influences, Valli’s line, which is offered through Moda Operandi, is divided into two distinct categories: The first, Plein-Air, leans into the delicate floral and feminine aesthetic his house is known for. (“It’s about Marie Antoinette, the Impressionists, and French gardens, yet there’s an Italian side to it, too,” he says.) The second, Cairo Jaipur, is a brighter and bold selection that embraces ombre celadon greens and jewel tone yellows inspired by his travels.
“Designing a room is very similar to designing a collection,” Anna Sui says of her Greenwich Village apartment, where she’s lived for over 20 years. How so? Both require historical research for inspiration, a decisive color palette, and “a mood I’m trying to create,” she says, accomplished by filling a space with beautiful and interesting things. Her “Silver Living Room” is inspired by the work of eccentric decorator Rose Cumming and features reflective hand-painted chinoiserie wallpaper along with William De Morgan dodo bird tiles. (Acquiring the rare tiles was a dream of Sui’s—“I had seen them in books and at the Victoria and Albert museum,” she says. However, she feared they were no longer in production, until a curator at the V&A shared that there was one place that still reproduced De Morgan’s intricate work.) Then there’s the Red Room, which features a cabinet filled with vintage Vogues. Her spare-bedroom turned walk-in closet is adorned with a mural by Hilary Knight, the illustrator of Eloise.
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