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Wells Bridal gown with shoes by Casadei, a Roger Vivier bag, and jewels by Fred Leighton I know i swear a lot i am very sorry ill try to be good 12 are lies you can fuck off shirt . It made for an ensemble that was decidedly on-theme without being too cheesy or traditional. So, as she gears up for her big wedding day—the time and place is still TBC—at least one thing is for certain: this bride-to-be clearly has good taste.Ryan Korban is launching his own furniture collection, Korban, in conjunction with the American maker EJ Victor. The forty pieces run the gamut from seats to tables, lighting to sofas. Even if you’ve not heard of the name Ryan Korban before, the chances are that you have sat on, or stood by, something he has designed. He has been the visionary behind the interiors—and its furniture—of plenty of fashion designer clients: Alexander Wang (including his tenure at Balenciaga), Joseph Altuzarra, Brandon Maxwell, and Aquazurra’s Edgardo Osorio. And Wang, as well as the likes of Anna Ewers, Binx Walton, and tattoo artist Mr. K (of New York’s legendary Bang Bang), feature in the campaign that Korban has shot for the launch.You’ll certainly recognize his aesthetic, which conflates a chicly minimalist noir vibe with undulating bronzed curves; it’s as if Jean Prouvé had been signed up to conjure up a place that Patrick Bateman could call home. But while that implies a level of aesthetic headiness, Korban is designing for real people with real apartments and real lives, as the conversation which follows demonstrates. Korban, the collection, goes on sale this fall.
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