The importance of a bar cart by Thom Browne in 3 photos.


bar cart #1 (bottom right)


bar cart #2 (mid left)


bar cart #3 (if you can’t see it in this picture, I won’t point it out)

Thanks to the social media gods, I stumbled upon this article about Thom Browne’s Manhattan apartment online through Architectural Digest.  And what struck me most about the space, besides the exquisite minimalist taste, was that he managed to work in three bar carts into a rather small space. I do have a fondness for vintage bar carts (and vintage cocktails) but will admit that vintage bar carts are not easy to find these days. So when you spot one, snatch it up – it will work in any decor.

All photos courtesy of Architectural Digest.

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Christian has been a cultural and style junkie since the age of 6; while most kids were swiping cookies, he was swiping his grandfathers' Patek Philippe. Raised to appreciate art, fashion,design and  literature (yeah, this one actually reads) by a single mother fondly called Jackie-O. Christian quickly went from childhood cultural capital thief to academia protégé. Referred to as the cat's meow by some, too clever by half by others, Christian eschewed the academic life and ran away to join the circus -the fashion circus. Several well-appointed positions later and a career on the rise would be most people's dream but it was time to say fuck off and start all over again.

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