Coat by Valstar, jumper by Finisterre, trousers by Markaware from Parking, shelving system by Poliform
Gilet by A Kind Of Guise, jumper by Crepuscule from Steven Alan, shirt by Phlannel from Bloom & Branch, trousers by Ships, trainers by Hoka One One, bag by Porter, pendant light by Louis Poulsen, mirror by Porada, dining table & chairs by Actus
Jacket by Auralee, jumper by John Smedley, shirt by Pine, trousers by Rainmaker, stool by Werner, cabinet by Actus
Cardigan by Comme des Garçons Shirt, trousers by Beauty&Youth, muffler by Johnstons, glasses by Eyevan 7285, cabinet by Porada
Coat by Stile Latino from Beams, jacket and trousers by Circolo 1901, shirt by United Arrows, socks by Tabio, shoes by Crockett & Jones, belt by APC, sofa by Eilersen
Jacket by Parajumpers, cardigan by Zanone, shirt by Adam Et Ropé, trousers by Hackett London, trainers by New Balance, watch by Chopard, chair by Pastoe
Jacket by Woolrich, jumper by Adam Et Ropé, trousers by A Kind Of Guise, scarf by Armor Lux
Coat by United Arrows, jacket and trousers by Prada, jumper by Fedeli, shoes by JM Weston
Coat by Scye Basics, jumper by Beams Plus, t-shirt by Mey Story, jeans by Jacob Cohën, trainers by Santoni, glasses by Eyevan 7285, stool by Pastoe
Jacket and jumper by Loro Piana, shirt by Beauty&Youth, trousers by Incotex, socks by Tabio, shoes by Paraboot, glasses by Lindberg
Coat by Roberto Collina from Beams, jacket by Lardini, jumper by John Smedley, trousers by Incotex, socks by United Arrows, shoes by JM Weston, bag by Ettinger, pocket square by Ships Jet Blue, watch by Parmigiani Fleurier
Actus Aoyama & Metrocs
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