Milk Decoration is an annually published addendum of Milk, an entire issue dedicated to style and inspiration for contemporary tribes.
Milk Decoration. Issue 38.
If this issue was a banquet, then all the guests we'd ever dreamt of inviting would be sitting around the table. An incongruous get-together of people with different personalities and from different backgrounds but all pursuing amazing projects. We'd clink glasses with Mark Krayenhoff van d Leur, freshly arrived from Berlin, and toast his technically complex and eccentric garments. Then the conversation would turn to perfumes and synaesthesia and much more besides with the scholarly aesthete Barnabe Fillion, who has recently launched his own perfume company. We'd drink the words of Krystel Cardenas, whose sculptural candles express her fascination for fire. Pietro and Jacopo would have brought their incredible golden cutlery designed by Natalia Criado with them from Milan, which are already turning people green with envy.
In turn, everyone would convey their vision of beauty - original and unexpected, off the beaten track and far from traditional definitions - as illustrated in these pages. We'd spare a thought for Fidel Chapo, while listening attentively to the inspirational interior architect and designer Kim Mupangilai on the cover of this issue. Together with her partner Gabriel Flores, she has filled their new home, an incredible New York brownstone, with a diverse selection of objects and furniture, a mix of different stories and cultures that finds the perfect balance between heritage and modernity. Inspired by the past but looking forward. Always.