Remember orange shag carpet? Rather not? Well, weep or rejoice…Orange is back with a vengeance. I see orange splashed over this season’s snowboarder jackets, in architecture and even on these retro cocktail napkins by the Parisian designer Françoise Paviot.
Danish teak chair, part of my dining room set, 1960s. I intended recovering the chairs in something cool and minimal – black or white or taupe – but still enjoying the vibe of this orange-brown agitation.
Coming at you from the psychedelic 1960s and the art of, say, Victor Vasarely. This serigraph by Vaserely titled Parmenide (Orange, Red & Blue).
I had to haul this out of the closet just to show you how orange can be done with conviction. Here it is…my mod orange vinyl jacket by Courreges. Vintage bombshell. 1960s. The instructions say: Clean with a damp cloth. Or simply wear as a raincoat in a light mist.
Taken in small doses, orange is a delicious energy drink. The perfect way to clad the satellite operation of Sweden’s Museum of Modern Art in Malmo. This blaze of orange designed by the Stockholm-based partnership of Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård. Love the way mod orange rocks it out here, right next to an old electricity station. Zap!