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CHARLES MILLEN
VOGUE – RITZ

SIGNATURE FINE BONE CHINA TABLEWARE

CHARLES MILLEN SIGNATURE – VOGUE – RITZ

CHARLES MILLEN Signature Fine Bone China Tableware Collection – VOGUE series – RITZ, pays tribute to one of the top fashion cities in the world, Paris, by drawing inspiration from one of Paris’ grand dame of an icon – the luxurious Hôtel Ritz Paris, onced graced by the likes of fashion icon Coco Chanel and novelist Ernest Hemingway. The beautiful art deco façade of the Hôtel Ritz Paris and its interior floor and wall detailings inspired this elegant series of tableware that revives the understated glamour and sophisticated style of that wonderful era. Even the iconic bellhop of the hotel, unceasingly poised and ready for prestigious service, has been illustrated in art deco splendour and headlines the signature mug of RITZ.

Available at Robinsons and Takashimaya Department Store in Singapore.

 


 

CHARLES MILLEN
VOGUE – SAVOY

SIGNATURE FINE BONE CHINA TABLEWARE

CHARLES MILLEN SIGNATURE – VOGUE – SAVOY

CHARLES MILLEN Signature Fine Bone China Tableware Collection – VOGUE series – SAVOY, pays homage to another quintessential fashion city in the world, London, this time with the fabulous Savoy Hotel London as its creative muse. The Savoy has long been famous for its association with Broadway and Jazz; and has enjoyed the patronage of Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland and George Gershwin. Its art deco stylings – from the exquisite window frame to the radiant floor tiling designs – inspired this series of tableware that highlights the glamour and sophistication of a bygone era. The signature mug of SAVOY takes inspiration from the hotel’s entrance mesmerising architectural ceiling details.

SAVOY is exclusive to Takashimaya Department Store in Singapore.

 


 

CHARLES MILLEN
VOGUE – MOD

SIGNATURE FINE BONE CHINA TABLEWARE

CHARLES MILLEN SIGNATURE – VOGUE – MOD

CHARLES MILLEN Signature Fine Bone China Tableware Collection – VOGUE series – MOD, is inspired by the visual feast of patterns and designs one might experience in a ’60s British mod fashion show. Mod fashion was innovative, creative, bold and brash. Mod is given relevance in the present through a fresh, contemporary colour palette – galvanising a collection that evokes head-turning style with vintage chic.

Available at Robinsons and Takashimaya Department Store in Singapore.