The French Institute Alliance Française awards were held Monday night at the Plaza Hotel in New York.
The architect and Alexander Gray unveil the addition of Betty Parsons’ “African Dawn” to the luxury brand’s New York flagship.
The collection features a variety of shapes and sizes, all made using Venini’s classic Murano glass-making techniques.
The monumental store, opening this week after a four-year renovation, marks a shift in the epicenter of Paris luxury.
The French Institute Alliance Française plans to bestow two awards at its Trophée des Arts black-tie gala scheduled for Nov. 13.
The architect, an avid collector, is moving ever closer to the art world.
The special-edition pens feature calf leather combined with hand-lacing that goes through rhodium and silver-coated eyelets.
The after-dinner party and show beforehand also drew the lines of Natalia Vodianova, Marisa Berenson, Bryan Ferry and Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis.
The shoe-only unit is in Ala Moana, Hawaii. Short Hills also got a renovation.
The tome focuses on the architect’s art commission works for Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Dior.
This is his first book that focuses on his collaborative process.
The four-level boutique on New Bond Street is billed as the French brand’s largest in Europe.