By Michael Dye

The design duo Bailey Hunter and Greg Chait have created a collection which looks good enough to eat, why is this so? Collaborating with Paris based chef and artist Alix Cloche they engineered complex woven luxury fabrics pieced together to create a veritable feast for the senses. Art meets convention in a very clever way.

“There is as much difference between us and ourselves as there is between us and others.” ~ Michel de Montaigne

“So there are cakes and pillows and colors galore, but underneath this more obvious patchwork quilt are places like a quiet room where you can go and hold someone’s hand and not have to say anything.”

~ Alice Sebold

Credits:

With thanks to The Elder Statesman @theelderstatesman

All images courtesy of:

Bailey Hunter @baileyhhunter

Greg Chait @gregchait

Alix La Cloche @alixlacloche

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