What does fashion and interior design have in common ? If you know the answer to that question, it’s probably because you love living your best life wearing your favorite designer T-shirt and lounging in that Platner armchair with the gold trim, am I right? When you combine fashion and interior design it creates our perfect world of who we are. And that’s what Dupuis Design and luxury fashion brand Zadig et Voltaire did on February 8th at their Fashion Island store with the theme of “Queen of Hearts”. Peggy Dupuis curated a collection of her signature hand-stitched pillows and tiger rug on their curved blush sofa by Lindell & Co. She Integrated artist Celia Fousse stunning black and white photography into the equally desirable wall of black boots and heels. Displayed an array of modern home décor and their new signature candle scents of baies, berries and patchouli which became a favorite. Let’s not leave out Dupuis Design’s bestselling art sculptures, The Visitors! They became an easy favorite for their array of colors and contemporary poses. Zadig et Voltaire contributed lovely cupcakes with logos and champagne to all customers who came to the store that day and we can’t forget the Nano handbag that was raffled off. Peggy on behalf of Dupuis Design would like to thank manager Daniella and Zadig et Voltaire for allowing this partnership to happen a second time and making this the best Pop-Up event yet!
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A list of wall panels selected for men from Dupuis Design
1- Wall Panel
These wall panels are handcrafted in order to create its mosaics. All the products are manufactured with a great respect for the environment. The panels are made of certified teak wood from a plantation in Brazil.
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