Nothing gets an interiors aesthete going like a signature seat in an eye-popping hue. Our wish list of four-legged finds includes (clockwise from left) Blu Dot's Hot Mesh model, Herman Miller's Eames moulded plastic side chair, the Trinidad chair by Nanna Ditzel, Gus Modern's School chair and the Real Good Chair (also by Blue Dot) in creased laser-cut metal.
Eames chair ($395, EQ3) Blu Dot chair ($119, Urban Mode) Real Good chair ($169, Shelter) Trinidad chair ($720, Mjölk) School chair ($285, Style Garage)
On him: Tiger of Sweden tuxedo ($850), Eterna dress shirt ($150), Jin Quin skinny silk tie ($45), Dion pocket square ($20/set of three), Daniel Wellington watch ($230), Bench Craft belt ($85), Ted Baker patent dress shoes ($295, all Gotstyle). Vintage frames ($260, Opticianado).
Marc Newson: Works, Art Edition ($6,000, taschen.com)
Bocci 28d desk lamp ($495 to $595, Kiosk)
Brent Wadden, Untitled, 20" by 18", oil on canvas, 2012 (price on request, Erin Stump Projects)
Graphic tree trimmings
Seletti for Pantone ornaments ($18 each, Holt Renfrew)
Clara von Zweigbergk Kaleido trays ($222/set of seven, Design Within Reach)
Oracle Paris turntable
If your pad is perfectly designed, your turntable better not be a dud. There's no chance of missing a stylish beat with Oracle's Paris model. Standout technical specs include a two-piece Delrin coupling disc and acrylic and high-density wood fibre construction that guarantees great sound. It also doesn't look too shabby in its high-gloss orange finish. $4,999, Bay Bloor Radio.
For store information, see our BUZZ Gift Guide Retailer Index.
Additional photography by David Hawe
Makeup and hair by Claudine Baltazar using Climate Control Finishing Spray for TRESemmé Hair Care/Benefit Cosmetics/Plutino Group
Fashion assistant: Stefania Yarhi
Models: Angela at Ford Models and Stephen at B&M Models