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The best Italian Interior designers duo, Dimore Studio, will show at Teatro Bazaar, LaDoubleJ’s new tabletop collection, vintage jewelry and a line of patterned frocks, alongside Dimore’s new line of candelabras, ashtrays, vases, boxes, bookends and stools keeping its retro-chic signature.
After more than a decade of friendship, Brit Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, and La Double J (a fashion brand founded by editor/designer JJ Martin), decided together to open the doors of a pop-up store at the 40’s Milan shopping hub, Galleria Manzoni.
Building on the forties aesthetic, the collaborators have conjured a mysterious, low-lit space peppered with Dimore Studio’s decorative objects – such as marble, bamboo, ceramic and steel trays, ashtrays, and vases – which are displayed on pastel and glittery pedestals.
A highway-like system of brass display rails showcases Edition 10, La Double J’s latest collection of vintage Mantero Seta prints, swathed across nylon windbreakers, shirt-dresses and velvet dresses.
Just like La Double J’s peacock print or retro floral velvet dresses, Teatro Bazaar envelops you within its furnishings. Walls and windows are decked out in ‘Brown Click’, a graphic vintage pattern selected by Dimore Studio, while the floors are carpeted in rich pastel tones.
Also available to purchase are a selection of glittering vintage costume jewellery, an Aesop home spray with a Dimore Studio-designed pouch, and La Double J Housewives’ selection of bright, patterned homeware. Whatever the occasion, you’ll always have a morsel of Milan to take home with you.