Twen­ty and still li­ved in London. A bar­gain she re­sto­red and brought to all fi­ve hou­ses whe­re she li­ved in the En­gli­sh ca­pi­tal, then the six ho­mes she has had in Mi­lan. Now it is he­re, in the loun­ge of the Trus­sar­di hea­d­quar­ters at Piaz­za del­la Sca­la: «I

«I WAS THIR­TEEN AND MEM­PHIS WAS EX­CI­TING: A WORLD OF FAN­TA­SY THAT SEE­MED TO SPEAK ON­LY TO ME»: AN «AD ITA­LIA» EX­CLU­SI­VE.

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Win­ged cu­pid

AD. S.C. Your new book, Don’t ta­ke the­se dra­wings se­riou­sly re­minds me when I was a kid and I lo­ved Mem­phis. My mom let me paint my fur­ni­tu­re wi­th the Mem­phis’ Bak­te­rio mo­tif. She got the set de­si­gners from my dad’s mo­vies to help ma­ke my own Mem­phis fur­ni­tu­re. N.D.P.

That’s so cool, the­re’s Bar­bie and that’s her fur­ni­tu­re.

Did you keep any of them?

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