Business As Usual
Belle Magazine Australia|August - September 2020
Noteworthy desk ensembles, power blazers, and an uber-chic bar cart, here’s everything for office go-getters to tick off those KPIs.

This page, from left Vipp 16 pedal bin, $890, from Cult. Karakter ‘KA’ chair, $2600, from Cult. Herman Miller ‘Eames’ desk unit, from $4945, from Living Edge. On desk Vintage lamp, POA, from Rudi Rocket. Tom Ford ‘Lavender Extrême’ EDP, $460/50ml, from Tom Ford Beauty. Vintage Japanese ceramic tray, $145, from Planet. Olivetti typewriter, POA, enquiries to Anibou. Gio Ponti ‘Chains’ porcelain teacup, $120, and saucer, $80, from Greg Natale. Coffee pot, $210, from Hay. ‘Korva-TT’ optical frame, $600, from Moscot. ‘GG’ jacket in brown/beige cotton silk, $4000, and shoes, $1175, both from Gucci. ClassiCon ‘Mandu’ valet, $1300, from Anibou.

This page, clockwise from left ‘Shade’ bin, $95, from Hay. Marset ‘Theia P’ floor lamp, POA, from Est Lighting. Fritz Hansen ‘Little Giraffe’ chair, $2300, from Cult. ‘Hampton’ optical frame glasses, $480, from Garrett Leight. ‘GG’ supreme suitcase POA, from Gucci. ClassiCon ‘Centimetre’ rug, $15,865, from Anibou. On model ‘GG’ cotton silk jacket, $4000, pants, POA, and shoes, $1175, all from Gucci.

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