The fact is, there is such a plethora of beauty and inspiration out there – whether it be fashion, interiors, design, architecture, art, you name it – that it’s impossible to narrow it down. So, we thought we’d do what we usually do on our own blog, and share a small nugget of glamour and design with you. Our theme of the week? Eclecticism, in all its glory!
The PAN Art Fair opening in Amsterdam last week, we came across this gem. How cool is this car? Imagine showing up in this for the school run!
While alive, Tony Duquette was one of the most influential interior designers in Los Angeles. His famously eclectic, glamorous Hollywood Regency style is as relevant today as it was in his heyday.
A bit modern, a bit bohemian. We’re loving that clutch!
A little Lady Gaga? Certainly! But those shoes are awesome! Talk about mixing your prints.
A gorgeous vignette in the incredibly chic Paris apartment of the the d’Ornano family.
Earthy, masculine, diverse, filled to the nook with art. We would not have expected anything less glamorous from Mario Testino.
Bohemian yet timelessly elegant, Loulou de la Falaise wasn’t Yves Saint Laurent’s muse for nothing. A fabulous jewellery designer with a perfect pedigree, De la Falaise belongs in the hall of fame of eclectic chic.
Designer Kelly Wearstler’s uncompromising sense of style is daring and pushes the boundaries of taste – always with jaw-dropping results. We can’t help ourselves, we just love her!
Julian Schnabel’s home is as daring and non-conformist as the artist himself.
A great arbiter of style, J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons has elevated the combination of diverse styles to an art form. Our hat’s go off to her!
The grande dame of eclectic style. This nonegenarian gets our style vote!
Classic and modern elements combine for a perfectly eclectic tablescape.
The queen of off-the-wall, anything goes chic. Anna does crazy eclectic like no other.