by Alexander Fury .

TO BED: Private view

Last night, the latest SHOWstudio Shop show, To Bed, opened with a private view here at Bruton Place to showcase the new offerings to a selected group of guests. The work on display runs the gamut, from Jeremy Kost's intimate polaroids, to Maiko Takeda's shadow-casting frame, to Andy Warhol's 'Sleep' - one of Warhol's first video pieces, described as an 'anti-film' and consisting of five hours and twenty minutes of long take footage depicting John Giorno sleeping. Fashion wise, Viktor and Rolf contribute a pillowed piece from their 'Bedtime Story' A/W 2005 collection, and - in the window - we display a pair of Chanel handbags, designed in 1998 as a luxury clutch-cum-airpline pillow.

Scan through the BLOG for a selection of snapshots from the night, or click here to read more about To Bed.

1 comment

  1. someonegreat
    10:18 30 Jan 2011
    Looks amazing - and love those Chanel bags in the window!