Style Court

Eight Years of Textiles, History, Art, Gardens, and a Little Mental Traveling with Courtney Barnes

6.30.2009

Daily Pairing


Anthropologie's latest Bertram chair sports menswear stripes from British fashion designer, Paul Smith. To accompany it, here is a previously posted link: the V & A video with Sir Paul Smith exploring the museum's collection, including a Cecil Beaton chair. (Click here if you have trouble with the first link.)

6 comments:

The Peak of Chic said...

That's really a jaunty chair! So happy without the sweetness.

Karena said...

I love stripes, and some of my first reupholstered pieces were done in a blue/taupe, beige, chocolate stripe.

Karen said...

I would think it is virtually impossible to be unhappy while sitting in a Paul Smith chair!

Sanity Fair said...

So delightful - I've been in love with Paul Smith stripes for some time. An entire chair in them is just wonderful.

Paul Pincus said...

so very handsome!!! love it!

Clarity said...

I posted about the iron railing but am not sure if it went through.

Re. this post, his store in Covent Garden is small and beautifully formed. The signature stripes are ever so clever, everything he touches or collaborates on is an advertisement in itself.