A premium yet sustainable look. Carefully selected materials and a durable shape ensure the shelf longevity of the perfume blotters.
The original model developed by Ulysse Nardin amazed the watch industry in 2001 by producing the first-ever wristwatch with silicon components, and it made do without hands, a dial, or a crown. The time is displayed by the movement itself.
THE SILICON REVOLUTION
The silicon component used is the latest in watchmaking due to its firmness, lightness, and anti-magnetic qualities.
Two bridges revolve around a shared central stem so that the upper movement indicates the minutes and the bottom indicates the hours. The rotating bezel and case back are used to set and wind the Freak.
A citrus squeezer as revolutionary as it is surprisingly functional designed in simplistic form by Philippe Starck on a pizzeria napkin during a seaside holiday in Italy.
MEET THE DESIGNER
Philippe Starck, world famous creator with multifaceted inventiveness, is always focused on the essential, his vision: that creation, whatever form it takes, must improve the lives of as many people as possible.
TAG HEUER's MONACO iconic watch series is essentially a motor-racing inspired design.
THE BIRTH OF AN ICON
The Monaco's provocative look represented a complete change in the conventional watch design.
Equally radical was its perfect water-resistance — a world first for a square case. More revolutionary still is its heart, the Chronomatic Calibre 11, the first automatic chronograph movement with microrotor.
Each bag is made by only one skilled craftsperson, from start to finish in Les Ateliers Hermes, on the outskirts of the French capital and can take on average, 48 hours.
ICONIC BAG WITH A PERFECT DESIGN
Each part of the manufacturing process is handled with an exquisite attention to detail and precision, making each piece unique and ageless. If the result of this process is not a Birkin bag, it will not reach the shop floors.
EGG CHAIR by Arne Jakobsen
Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg™ for the lobby and reception areas of the SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen.
The elliptical chair shattered all design conventions with its curving shape, which Jacobsen strived to perfect by experimenting with clay in his garage.
It recreates a cocoon around the sitter, curving inwards the egg-shape it is named for.
THE FABERGÉ EGGS
The fifty eggs created in total, represent the pinnacle of achievement for the great Russian jewelry house of Fabergé and became symbols for historical luxury.
LILIES OF THE VALLEY
Created in 1898 was presented by Czar Nicholas II to his wife, containing a surprise inside. Fabergé added a little mistery to this creation as the egg would have a secret opening method.
Some models could even be transformed into full mobile wardrobes once opened on the side.
ICONIC & FUNCTIONAL, A PART OF HISTORY
The steamer trunk is now a highly sought after collectors item, available at auctions around the world as they are timeless and functional.
THE CHANNEL TWEED SUIT
Through the years, the Chanel suit has been a staple of fashion thus being considered a classic and timeless piece, that goes beyond any trend.
The suit was introduced originally in 1925 and it was the result of the revolutionary vision of Coco Chanel. The designer aimed to liberate women from corsets and long skirts, exuding elegance while being able to move freely.