The third day in Venice saw Sotheby's bring guests together for an intimate lunch and lively discussion on design, art and fashion – and where these disciplines intersect. They sat down to lunch in the opulent Salone Gritti before Tony Chambers, Editor in Chief of Wallpaper* magazine, kicked off a fascinating conversation. He was joined by leading figures in European design: Lonneke Gordijn and Ralph Nauta from Studio Drift, Piergiorgio Robino and Martino Gamper. The lunch was co-hosted by Huntsman, whose owner Pierre Lagrange debuted the brand's latest artist collaboration — wearing the jacket designed by artist Beatrice Caracciolo. The pair later took to the terrace to show the jacket next to previous collaborations, made using paintings by Ed Ruscha and René Magritte.
Sotheby's in Venice
9—12 May 2017