Ria and Yiouri of R&Y Augousti were born, respectively, in the Philippines and Cyprus. They met in London, and now live in Paris. Their chic home and fashion accessories evince the duo’s global backgrounds and interest in multiple facets of design. Featuring a classic French flavor, their luxury goods range from simple trays to ornate shagreen boxes covered in feathers and inlaid shells and python clutch bags. Add into the mix the designers’ other ventures — wallets and small leather goods, handbags, furniture, jewelry — and their fans can take R&Y Augousti’s signature exoticism with them wherever they go.
You spend a third of your life in your bedroom—so it should inspire you. This selection will do just that: Ashvyn's sheet sets in soft colors are a smart start. Then add accessories like Aviva Stanoff's nature-inspired votives and vases. Complete the picture with Holly Hunt's industrial-inspired lighting, Fabulous and Baroque's bedside table, and whatever else speaks to you.
Marie Antionette herself would envy this luxurious selection of fine home accoutrements. And we have them for you. First, drape your table with Beauville’s bold and tasteful cloths, like the floral Pivoines. Next, chill your champagne in Mauviel’s impeccable copper-and-bronze ice bucket. Then dine amid the scent of Seda France’s Belgian Marigold candle. Afterward, bed down on Coleur Nature’s gorgeously printed botanical sheets that have the lush look of the French countryside.
Ria and Yiouri Augousti’s chic home accessories blend classic French flavor with a love of luxury materials. Take the Tomboy tissue box, made of fantastically textured shagreen, or the nesting bowls, crafted from ostrich. There are also shimmering bronze-and-shell decorative boxes, bamboo vases and metal-cast bowls.
Forget the old dichotomy between form and function: You can have both with these sculptural accents and tabletop goods. Luxe textures elevate Airedelsur’s Campo cow-hair frame and R&Y Augousti’s shagreen jewelry boxes. Elsewhere in the sale, tactile patterns and unusual materials—including Italian pewter and nickel—render everyday goods extraordinary.