This week’s Inspired Buys refer to “Igor and Coco” – monochrome style.
Story wise, the film is a little slow – in fact I recommended it to a friend and she fell asleep within 5 minutes – you know who you are!
However, the costumes and the interiors are absolutely incredible – a total visual feast, and I can quite easily watch a film and be totally engrossed in the style, rather than the story – so this is still one of my favourites.
If you love all things black & white then this film is a definite must.
“Women think of all colors except the absence of color. I have said that black has it all. White too. Their beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” Coco Chanel
I ended up purchasing the Massimo Dutti scarf from last week’s Inspired Buys. I hope there isn’t a trend developing here! Rather a dangerous road to go down.
Still, at least it wasn’t the Bottega Veneta handbag!
So here’s this week’s little selection:
Clockwise from right: Designer’s Guild, Porden Wallpaper £38, Canvas Derby Shoes, Toast £175, 10 Digital CD, Colette, 59th Street Chair, Content by Conran, Black and White Star Scarf, Massimo Dutti £39.90,Tuxedo Jacket Yves St Laurent, Netaporter (in the sale £715), Typed Love Letter, Bodie & Fou £35.
And for the home-style hungry – some of my favourite monochrome interiors:
……that star scarf is winking at me!
Images from top: Gaelle Le Boulicaut (Elle Decoration July 2011), Heidi Lerkenfeldt (Elle Decoration November 2011), Claude Weber (Vivre Cote Paris Sept 2011), Happy Living Dk/House of Pictures (Elle Decoration 2010), Heidi Lerkenfeldt, Heidi Lerkenfeldt, Cushion Neisha Crosland, Sigurd Kranendonk (Residence July 2011), Warren Heath & Sally Chance (House & Leisure September 2010)
Just beautiful – such a breath of fresh air to read on a Sunday morning! Who needs the Sunday tabloids when you have this morsel of style!
Thank you – yes much better to live in a little bubble!
Can I just clarify that any falling asleep during the Coco film was more hangover induced than due to the slowness of the film!
I absolutely loved all the decor in the Coco and Igor film. I kind of stopped reading the subtitles to look at all the finer detail. I don’t think any of the rooms would look out of date now. Coco Chanel really was the epitome of timeless style.