Cabana Pop up at Bergdorf’s
Oh, Cabana! How do you do it? First, you begin by designing the chicest magazine in print these days and then you start a collection of tabletop made by some of the world’s finest artisans that we all want to get our hands on. Lucky for us New Yorkers, we can now see these magnificent tabletop creations at the Cabana pop-up at Bergdorfs. For those of us who cannot make it there in the flesh, we can pop over to the website Moda Operandi, where the collection is also available online. Well, it is until it all sells out! In the meantime, regardless of where or how you choose to check this finery out, let me take you on a little visual teaser from my visit to see it at Bergdorfs.
From this 50 piece collection, somewhat undiscovered luxury homeware designers such as Laguna B, Decors Barbares, Zsuzsanna Nyul, Atelier Houria Tazi, hand-imprinted Transylvanian ceramics and Hungarian folk-inspired linens, Richard Ginori gypset floral chargers and plates, and rich textiles from Décors Barbares are all a part of this extraordinary ensemble. The collection also features vintage pieces from Northern Italy, where the editor-in-chief of Cabana and the curator of this collection, Martina Mondadori Sartogo, is from. This collection has so many of my favorite artisans and makers that my head spins just trying to decide which pieces are my favorites.
As I mentioned earlier, you can find some of this Cabana collection online at Moda Operandi. Since it is Moda Operandi’s co-founder Lauren Santo Domingo first venture into housewares, it made perfect sense to team up with Cabana magazine founder and maximalist Sartogo. Domingo, a perennial tastemaker who adores a good dinner party debuted an exclusive collection to Moda Operandi and it is going fast.
I hope you enjoyed this little preview and I also truly hope that some of this gorgeousness finds its way into your home. Collections like this deserve to be coveted!