This amazing bucket is super Art Deco and designed by Luc Lanel the Chief designer for Christofle. It heavy and great quality Creation date 1940's
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Our Tahitian Vanilla Pillar Candle features a traditional fragrance enhanced with an alluring and exotic attitude. These candles are hand poured and hand crafted using essential oils. Let the aroma of these candles surround you with the scent of Tahitian Vanilla blended with sparkling orange zest, white sugar and cream, ending with a sheer cocoa undertone.
From the editors of Style.com, the hub of runway buzz, comes this savvy look at the individuals who propel the fashion world forward and declare what’s hot and what’s not. Called upon by designers, editors, photographers, and celebrities, stylists have a sixth sense for what is now and next in the fashion ether. Featuring sixteen of today’s top tastemakers, Stylist focuses on these fashion insiders whose precocious sense for the next big thing often results in trends of global proportions. Organized by stylist and featuring the photography of such luminaries as Cecil Beaton, Richard Avedon, Steven Meisel, and Annie Leibovitz among others, this book documents the work and contributions of each stylist through photographs of their creative output and inspirations, and illustrates their distinctive taste, individual flair, and talent for igniting global fashion fervor. Selected for their originality and, in many cases, enduring fame, each stylist included in this volume has reached the pi