The interior design and fashion worlds collided earlier this month when Vanessa Traina and DECASO joined forces to host an intimate soiree in honor of their recent collaboration, DECASO x The Line. The collaboration was developed as a way to showcase Los Angeles-based DECASO dealers’ exceptional inventory within the context of Traina’s beautifully atmospheric retail space, The Apartment by The Line.
Earlier this month DECASO hosted an exclusive showing of Oops, Parisian designer Pierre Yovanovitch’s masterfully curated exhibit currently on display at R and Company’s Tribeca gallery. R and Company founders, Evan Synderman and Zesty Meyers, hold a guest-curated show annually, and chose Pierre Yovanovitch—a personal friend—for this year’s on account of his exemplary craftsmanship and eye for eclecticism.
To celebrate DECASO’s recent collaboration with The Harry Bertoia Foundation, a breakfast honoring the Harry Bertoia Director and founder, Celia Bertoia, was held at Haven’s Kitchen in New York City. Celia, who is also the youngest daughter of Harry Bertoia, founded the Bertoia Foundation in 2013, and since then, has worked to promote her father’s legacy through lectures, interviews, and an array of other projects, including the reissue of several of his keystone works.
Taking its cue from San Francisco’s 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love, this year’s San Francisco Fall Art and Antiques Show—entitled “Flower Power: Floral Imagery in Art, Antiques, and Design”—is bound to be one for the books. Touted as the oldest continually operating International art and antiques show on the West Coast, the San Francisco Fall Art and Antiques show is now in its 36th year. This year’s show will kick off on October 25th with the annual Preview Gala—always a San Francisco social calendar highlight—and will run from October 26th through October 29th. Read More