Interiors: Smooth as Butter (field 8)
Updated: Mar 17
Amidst my endless scrolls on Instagram I swiftly whirled past a post from a favorite account of mine, italian_ eye_, she has the exquisitely dreamy, photos with none other than a true artist’s eye.
This room at The Lanesborough London caught my eye as I halted the never-ending scroll and went back to see in more in detail. For some reason, the blues immediately reminded me of Butterfield 8’s interior scenes, inside Weston Liggett’s home; in which I fawned over the entire time.
Born in the 18th century, French provincial style was the brainchild of provincial nobility who wanted to distance themselves from a Paris they considered “too urban” for their taste.
Classic, yet casual, French provincial furniture is often painted in white and adorned with gilt, and features discreet floral accents.
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A lot of the inspiration I draw from in the fashion industry is very much influenced by the opulence of 18th-century art and fashion.
From interiors to “inner” wear. Delicacy has no boundaries. I can’t stop obsessing over Liz Taylor’s silk slip game.
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