By Marie-Louise Gumuchian MILAN (Reuters Life!) - A clock made out of a pan, a bed that suspends from the air and sleek sofas -- Milan's furniture fair has something for everyone wanting to add a creative streak in their home.
Away from the hullabaloo of the catwalk presentations of autumn-winter ready-to-wear fashion, an Anglo-Japanese couple are in Paris this week to promote their debut collection for the vintage French label Cacharel.
The grandchildren of ground-breaking French fashion designer Paul Poiret on Thursday February 12th auction off dozens of items from the 1910s and 1920s that they once used to play with in the family attic.
Museums and collectors on Thursday February 12th snapped up dozens of designer items fashioned a century ago by ground-breaking French stylist Paul Poiret, the man credited with emancipating women from the corset.
With only days to go before the haute couture collections for summer 2008, the workrooms of Marcelle Guillet tucked behind the Bastille opera house in Paris are a hive of activity putting the finishing touches to orders for the house's unique speciality : artificial flowers.