THE VALET DELAFOSSE
The valet is the cornerstone of masculine elegance, essential to the dressing ritual.
Antoine Dariule has created a piece that is a little different, imbued with a certain je-ne-sais-quoi that contributes to this feeling of the sweetness of life. With its Greek base, its design is inspired by the neoclassical.
The combinations of materials, the finishes both raw and precious give it all its uniqueness.
The name given to the valet “Delafosse” comes from the famous French architect and decorator Jean-Charles Delafosse (1734-1791). His most famous collection of engravings is the Nouvelle Iconologie Historique, first published in 1768. He is the theoretician of the “square” Louis XVI style and the beginnings of neoclassicism.
AND THE IDEA
COMES TO LIFE …
AN ELEGANT VALET, ENHANCED BY AN EFFECT OF MATERIALS AND TEXTURES
This mixture of two metal finishes, associated with three warm materials, reinforces the precious character of this valet, an expression of modern luxury designed to last.
- Module for two pants, sheathed in alcantara so that the fabric does not slip.
- Empty pocket, patinated leather.
- Two tie & belt holders, sheathed in alcantara.
- Gold marking of your initials.
- Jewelry box, choice of finishes:
– inside for two watches
– inside for cufflinks with secret bottom
– alcantara-wrapped storage case
- Patinated leather
- Module for hat or cap