Charismatic, bold and irreverent, the artistic director of Delvaux—the world’s oldest fine leather goods house—has propelled the Belgian brand into the modern era. To mark the opening of Delvaux’s Landmark boutique this month, we ask Zeller to share five
This book by legendary photographer Hans Silvester presents stunning images he took on a trip to Ethiopia. Each photo offers a glimpse into the daily lives of the Omo people. It’s a rare, intimate view of their world. We have this piece in Delvaux’s flagship store in Brussels. I love it for its simplicity, strength and grace. It’s from 1952—Braem was a key figure of the 20th-century art movement in Europe, and one of Belgium’s most prominent architects in the early 1950s. It moves me every time I pass by the boutique. One of my favourite restaurants in Paris. It’s in Saint-germain-des-prés and belongs to Michelinstarred chef Jean François Piège and his wife, Elodie. It’s a quaint and simple bistro with an open kitchen serving creative French cuisine. I recently purchased this ring and cuff designed by Zaha Hadid for the Danish design house. I like how modern they look with their simple yet elegant graphic lines. I feel proud when I wear them; I see them as a tribute to the amazing architect and woman Zaha was.
CLOVER ZAHA HADID X GEORG JENSEN JEWELLERY LINE
RENAAT BRAEM’S DESK
ETHIOPIA: PEOPLES OF THE OMO VALLEY