These little décor pieces – leather origami flowers and an overlay basket – are part of Louis Vuitton’s ever-expanding collection of travel-inspired objects born of the collaboration between the French fashion house and world-renowned designers who share its passion for form, colour and adventure. At this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan, Louis Vuitton unveils its newest additions to its Objets Nomades collection, a vibrant red leather and woven wood-framed sofa and chair, conceived by none other than Dutch designer Marcel Wanders.
This ocean-blue carafe and matching glass, crafted in Egypt from 100% recycled glassware, sets the tone for Aerin Lauder’s first collection of tableware. Inspired by her own holidays and heirlooms, the collection includes earthenware ceramics, glass tumblers produced by Murano artisans, heathered linen napkins, bamboo-handled cutlery and scalloped coasters that reflect her relaxed yet refined style.
The German company created the first porcelain bottle in Methuselah format. On this occasion, Sensorium called on two partners with craftsmanship to give birth to this world premiere. Firstly the Reichenbach porcelain house, located in Leipzig, founded in 1830 and secondly the house of Champagne Edouard Brun owning a vineyard classified exclusively Grand Cru and Premier Cru in the prestigious terroir of the Montagne de Reims. Two exceptional vintages for lovers of champagne, art and beauty, which signs exclusivity, innovation, tradition and excellence. A limited edition of 500 bottles under the name 'Art Cuvee' dressed by the work of American artist James Rizzi, which celebrates the 120th anniversary of Maison Edouard Brun.