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1. Céline belt bag in bright red.
2. Toad Swinging Pouf in pink - 1stdips. 
3. 1970s pair of Rodier "TOTEM" Shelves.
4. Karl Springer inspired Asian modern custom cabinet - 1stdips.
5. Vintage YSL necklace from the 70th.
6. Taxidermy study 'Scarlet Ibis' by Sinke & Van Tongeren - 1stdips.
7. Sectional sofa CAMALEONDA by MARIO BELLINI.
8. Exclusive for NET-A-PORTER.COM, The VOLON bag.
9. POP side table by Guy de Rougemont/Diane de Polignac, 2012 - 1stdips.
10. Cabinet by James Dolena, 1946 - 1stdips. 
RED is hard. There are so many bad ones. They’re either too Bordello or too raspberry nail polish or they are so primary and overly frank that they are looking like out of a kindergarten. I’m always looking for either a pomegranate red or a Chinese lacquer red. Red is such an important color in fashion and in interior designs, but red needs nuance, subtlety, and depth. So in those rare instances that I use it in interiors, I like red as a glaze, a lacquer, a fabric or leather upholstery that create nuanced variations to the base tone. This season, in fashion, red is offered monochrome and mixed with white, for a hyper sportive look, or with all levels of purple for a nouveau flair.

Edited by SAWA
Fashion illustration by the German designer JOOP 'Black beauty in red dress'
Street Style | Photo by VICTORIA ADAMSON
Street Style | Photo by VICTORIA ADAMSON
Renee Perle by Jacques Henri Lartigue.,1914 (Photo manipulation by SAWA)
Louis Vuitton X Supreme Red Epi Keepall Bandouliere Duffle Bag
Elsa Peretti, 1976 by Horst P. Horst 
 Givenchy Fall 2017
 Givenchy Fall 2017
 Givenchy Fall 2017
 Givenchy Fall 2017
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