The iconic Gräshoppa Lamp, in Vintage Red, was first produced in 1947 by Swedish architect and furniture designer, Greta Grossman. The elegant tubular steel tripod is tilted backwards and the elongated aluminium conical shade is attached via a ball-joint; which allows for the light to be directional all while limiting the amount of glare. Today, Grossman’s classic and unique Modernist designs are highly sought after and are often found initiating bidding wars at exclusive auctions around the globe.
Look no further for a way to step up your professional style – TOM FORD‘s black grained-leather briefcase will set you apart. This streamlined piece has been impeccably crafted in Italy and finished with sizable gold hardware. The interior is smartly designed with three folio-style pockets to keep your documents organized ($3,250).
“The Givenchy look is luxurious in a louche, rebellious way,” creative Director Mr Riccardo Tisci told The Journal. These Italian-made sneakers embody that irreverent attitude, crafted from supple black leather with contrasting red leather cuffs and linings. They’re subtly accented with knotted details and gold designer stamps for a tidy finish” ($550).
Shake up your footwear collection with Valentino‘s two-tone sneakers. A contemporary take on classic tennis shoes, they have been crafted in Italy from burgundy leather and are designed with light-blue panels for a cool contrast. They are detailed with the label’s signature studding, fully lined and have light padding to ensure the most comfortable stride ($795).
Saint Laurent mixes refined craftsmanship and streetwear cool with these standout high top sneakers. Meticulously made in Italy from supple red and black leather ($675).
From military personnel to stunt drivers, actors and musicians, the bomber jacket has been a global style staple since its inception. Crafted from mid-weight wool-blend, Lanvin‘s version is a top choice. Contrasting ribbed and leather trims add polish, while a full quilted lining provides warmth ($2,275).