The Breakfast at Tiffanys Antique Italian Rococo Red-Painted Settee, c. Note: This sofa appears in Holly Golightlys apartment in the Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffanys (Paramount, script by Truman Capote).
This wall is a great representation of rococo art on something other than clothing. The delicate design, and the way the gold is laid over the mirror, wall, and ceiling, give the appearance of a never ending wall.
Sketch for Falkenstein Castle by Christian Jank, "Falkenstein was the last project of King Ludwig of Bavaria - the ruins of a medieval castle, west of Neuschwanstein and perched a thousand feet higher on an even more spectacular mountain crag.
Fashion history was made at Versace’s spring/summer 2018 show as Donatella Versace invited original supers Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and Helena Christensen to celebrate the life and work of Gianni Versace.