By request from a client in the Netherlands, these two portraits of American fiber artist Lenore Tawney have been freshly scanned.
If you aren’t familiar with the great British-born American tastemaker and furniture designer of the mid 1900s who established a style of decorating for the new post-war American home, I can tell you that his name is code for “fabulous, cool and very expensive.”
It’s 1957. You are at a beautiful beach house overlooking the Pacific. You’re there with Cary Grant, Clare Boothe Luce and Aldous Huxley and they are on an acid trip.
A singular look into Grace of Monaco’s stylish life through the exceptional dresses that the house of Dior created for her over the years.
His life in his own words.