Maison Bergogne is the thoughtfully curated project by French native, Upstate New York-based painter, photographer and interior designer Juliette Hermant. Located in the tiny Catskills hamlet of Narrowsburg in a formerly abandoned 1920s industrial building, Maison Bergogne is a must-visit for its sublime compendium of antiques and vintage pieces, most of which are sourced locally. The space also serves as home base for the various other services Hermant offers including interior design, antique sourcing and the pop-up of her local food venture Fish & Bicycle.
When Australian trio Haiku Hands embarked on a 15-show headline tour of Europe throughout October and November, they decided to bring photographer and videographer Mitch Noakes along for the ride.
From sunset swims at the Kochi Club to blue crabs caught in the early morning by local fisherman, owner of digital ethical fashion boutique Saaki, Lakshmi Pillai, sends us her fondest memories from India.
At Melbourne’s Australian Centre for Contemporary Art we celebrated an evening of craftsmanship and heritage with Bottega Veneta.