Christopher Guy Celebrates Grand Opening of New York Showroom
From the Robb Report Luxury Newswire
Christopher Guy, the renowned luxury furnishings designer, will celebrate the grand opening of a New York showroom at the New York Design Center (NYDC) on September 17, 2013. The celebration will be hosted by Christopher Guy Harrison and Margaret Russell, Editor in Chief of Architectural Digest, and will showcase the exquisite Christopher Guy Mademoiselle Collection in the beautiful 20,0000-square-foot showroom. The lifestyle of fashion icon Coco Chanel was the inspiration for the unique and flawless Mademoiselle designs.
The Christopher Guy showroom, located on the penthouse floor of the NYDC, includes three suites, each portraying varying lifestyles. Mademoiselle is showcased beautifully in this fabulous setting, evoking sumptuous and flirtatious elegance. It teases with its subtle, coy forms and lures visitors into a prestigious world as if casting a spell on the room. While each piece works individually, there is a harmonious design dialogue of glamour throughout the entire collection.
Christopher Guy Harrison, the creator and CEO of the Christopher Guy brand, was born in Britain, raised in Spain and France, and currently resides between Singapore, London, Los Angeles and New York. His international background allows him to draw on inspiration from everything he experiences around him, as well as contributing to his ability to incorporate period elements and transform them into timeless designs graced with elegance and sophistication.
Some of the highlights of the expanded Mademoiselle Collection include a signature Christopher Guy mirror design, Petales, composed of 24 hand-carved petals, one for each hour of the day; Montmartre, a beautifully tufted banquette with a black satin finish, which is wonderful as a central focal point in a lobby or as a coffee table; the new Corail d’or lamp, inspired by one of nature's most beautiful forms, coral; and the Bâtons blancs, a subtle yet highly complex piece of white wall art, crafted from planks of solid wood, pierced and hand-carved.
For more information, please visit the official website www.christopherguy.com.