In Miami to curate a selection of ceramics for House of Voltaire and Farfetch, we asked the Belgrade native – who originally studied architecture and applied arts – to lend her acute design eye to curate a diary of her Art Basel exploits…
The fashion designer started her tour at Hermès' Design District flagship: 'It is a design marvel for which I particularly love the magnitude of its linear façade. Right: 'Spotted as I drove through Miami beach, the Art Deco Delano Hotel'
Right: 'The beautifully painted lights by artist Ella Kruglyanskaya, which we curated in celebration of House of Voltaire at NADA.' Left: 'The iconic Fontainebleu Hotel designed by Morris Lapidus. The "cheese wall" was added in 1954, and the circles in this design remind me of patterns I love to use in my own work'
'Looking up at the wonderful installation of fuchsia Speech Bubbles by Philippe Parreno at the Esther Schipper Gallery'
'As a colour enthusiast I particularly loved this piece by Jim Lambie, Train in Vain at the Anton Kern Gallery'
'I have always liked Jack Pierson’s approach to art. It has a lure of a sordid kind of glamour. It was great to see this piece shown by Cheim and Read'
'A selection of the ceramics I designed for a special dinner with Farfetch at Casa de Sueños, the home of JR and Loren Ridinger, celebrating House of Voltaire'
Left: 'I loved seeing Ella Kruglyanskaya’s Repose in Primary Colours in its full scale.' Right: 'Finding playful inspiration from the colourful Seal Walrus (Chairs) in the Design District at The Moore Building by Jeff Koons'
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