The Grey Look

The Grey Look

Grey is a go-to color for those who want to look sophisticated and not rely on black. In this look, grey adds a cool vibe to a bag, jacket, sunglasses and pieces of décor such as a chair and a Bluetooth-enabled speaker.

More than just a shade of black, grey is at its trendiest in the “ENRICO Grey” sunglasses, created with a combination of plastic and metal on the rims and featuring a vintage style. The sunglasses importantly capture the vibe of the bar that was a favorite hangout of novelist Richard Brautigan. Vintage fashion is also present in the “90’S Grey Jacket” from luxury fashion house Miu Miu, known for their free-spirited creations, and is a good representation of the brand’s beginnings.

With a futuristic circular shape and grey color the “Arina 360° Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Set” is designed to deliver high-quality sound to a large area whether you are working or partying. Offered by Muemma, AHAlife, the speaker adheres to the brand’s minimal aesthetic and fits well with other pieces of modern décor. Blending into the endless concrete within a city is easy with the “Large Grey City Bag” that is ideal for carrying essentials to the office. Created by Balenciaga, the bag with its square metal handles outlined with leather has a modern style which can withstand daily use.

Getting a perfect smoky eye to match a grey outfit means using the finest eye shadow and the “Eye Color Cream — Pearl Grey No.112” is just that. Created by Burberry Beauty, the color has a shimmering base and can be applied in multiple layers, to provide a heightened dramatic effect. Featuring a soft shine that flow through its threads the “Missoni — Metallic Crochet-knit Wrap” is an eye-catching piece. White and gold colors add a stylish twist to the grey scarf with Missoni’s trademark knitting and it can be layered over a neutral colored outfit during the day or night. The “Ignazio Gardella – Digamma Armchairs” created by Ignazio Gardella, date from the 1950s, feature an adjustable rectangular backrest and brass “duck” like feet which make it a fine representation of the “late modernist” movement. 

Founder: Louise Blouin    



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