A feast for the senses. Capturing the extraordinary from antique jewellery to one-of-a-kind textiles to patterns frenzy, where more is more.
Gioielleria Pennisi is synonymous with a cultivated sense of style for collectors and connoisseurs alike. Originally from an old family diamantaires and goldsmiths from Catania, Sicily, Giovanni Pennisi relocated to Milan to continue the family tradition. At first glance, the shop’s iconic storefront transports you to another time and place. Its classic burgundy awnings and art nouveau typography are reminiscent of the classic sophistication and elegance of bygone years; dazzling window displays offer just a mere taste of the trove of treasures that await inside.
As the latest exhibition, Making the Met, shows, textiles and fabrics have never been more important in expressing personal taste but they are also the site where craftsmanship and history weave together to create something truly special. This is something to be truly cherished, says Nathalie Farman-Farma.
Cabana Magazine N14
Covers by Clarence House for Fabricut, November 2020.
This issue is the ideal armchair traveller's companion for the modern day. With current restrictions in travel, escape into the world of Cabana from the comfort of your own home and immerse yourself in the extensive portfolios on Venice and Hyderabad. Centuries of styles blend magically in Venice, captured by Antonio Monfreda, and through the lens of Markus Luscombe-Whyte, Hyderabad radiates the charm of a bygone era. Other stories include the Murlo Estate in the Umbrian countryside by Guido Taroni, Villa Imperiale of Pesaro by Ashley Hicks, and one of Tangier’s most beautiful houses captured by Miguel Flores-Vianna, amongst others.
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