Wednesday, October 25, 2006

A dinner party. When it comes to food and table settings the maestro is Tiffany & Co's, John Loring, he has written books about both subjects. He is also a very good cook. The menu, the table settings, as well, as the company were both, New York meets International. Jack, as he is known by his oldest friends, has always been a man of the world, he is widely traveled and has owned houses in some the major capitals of Europe. The food, as you can imagine, was also exotic, inspired by Italy meets Creole. And, the chic table setting, an eclectic mix, of Tiffany & Co meets Sweden via Malaysia. Let me just point out, the blue and white plates designed by John Loring himself for Tiffany's and inspired by Portuguese seventeenth century tiles. Hot off the press is Loring's latest book, Tiffany Pearls. Never still, he was en route for Demark were for the past ten years, he has been designing and lighting the Tivoli winter garden.
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