Un libro degli anni ’50 di interior design recita così: “ARABESQUE: elaborate fanciful interlacing design of flowers, leaves, fruit and sometimes figures of men and animals”. Chichi Meroni trasforma la fantastica e complicata idea di decorazione in un raffinato intreccio di intramontabili “robes noires”, scintillanti bijoux d’epoca, pezzi di design degli anni ’50 e’60, “Introvabili” libri di interior, moda, fotografia, arte e cinema…

The definition of arabesque in an interior decoration book from the 1950s says:

“ARABESQUE: elaborate fanciful interlacing design of flowers, leaves, fruit and sometimes figures of men and animals.”

Chichi Meroni converts the imaginary and complex idea of decoration into a sophisticated intersection of timeless “robes noires”, glittering vintage signed costume jewelry examples, unique design pieces of furniture from the Fifties and Sixties, hard to find out-of-print books on fashion, photography, interior design, art and cinema….