Take a seat at the beautiful Ham Yard hotel in London.
Sculptural acrylic drape chair as seen at Cavo Tagoo Hotel in Mykonos, Greece.
EDIT ‘Glossy Leaves’ tub chair, $1170. Available in store.
Take a seat!
Armchair designed by Robert Adam, made by Thomas Chippendale.
Gilded beechwood and walnut with modern upholstery, 1764-65.
Li Edelkoort’s View on Colour publication titled Fetish has a great collection of images that explore themes of fetishism, shamanism, alchemy, astrology and black magic. Edelkoort always brings together creative talents that produce powerful images and the Fetish issue is no exception.
Images by Thomas Straub
From Trend Tablet
When in Paris, note how popular salted caramel is. The sweet, delicious treat seems to be everywhere. Here is a particularly good version by Nigella Lawson.
5 tablespoons best-quality unsalted butter
¼ cup soft light brown sugar
¼ cup superfine sugar
3 tablespoons golden syrup or corn syrup
½ cup heavy cream
1 teaspoon fleur de sel
1. Melt butter, sugars and syrup and butter in a small heavy based pan and let simmer for 3 minutes, swirling every now and again.
2. Add cream and half a teaspoon of fleur de sel salt (not table salt!) and swirl again, give a stir with a wooden spoon and taste – go cautiously so that you don’t burn your tongue – to see if you want more salt before letting it cook for another minute on the stove, then pour into a jug for serving.
3. Now you’ve got your sauce, you’re ready to take your next steps: eating it. My suggestions are as follows: In the first instance, and for ease, just dribble it over vanilla ice cream. But next up, please consider adding a warm brownie (regular, not the bacon ones) to this pairing. Or drizzle over chocolate melting-bellied fondant puddings or chocolate cake. Or pour over clotted cream and Christmas pudding. But it is not just this realm that welcomes the sauce: it makes a divine and rakishly chic accompaniment to apple crumble, apple cake or simple baked apple.
Recipe by Nigella Lawson
Images by Julie Marie Craig
With winter coming, this is your last chance to see sculptor Luke Storrier’s wonderful autumn installations throughout the MLC Centre. Amongst the installations are benches covered in EDIT’s Glossy Leaves Autumn fabric.
We love Craig Cramer’s beautiful Bloom Day flower scans.
We love the opulent Grand foyer of Opéra Garnier in Paris.