Perhaps better known for his 1950s and 60s brilliant photographic portraits of bad boys like Penn, Belmondo, Picasso; saucy starlets like Monroe and Bardot; or strong sexy women like Chanel, Dietrich and Callas, during the 1970s, Willy Rizzo was the go-to interior designer for the 1970s beau monde.
Now in his early 80s, the celebrated, charming photographer is dedicated to his store in Paris – part gallery, part design studio – where he sells his photos and his own line of strong, masculine and very 007 70s-inspired furniture.
What caught my eye was this bad boy: a self-standing Hi-Fi stereo unit with radio, IPod dock, DVD, CD, MP3 and Wi-Fi with 2 Bose speakers. Now, all you need is to invite Willy (and me!), fly in the decadent chic (a handful of playboys, princesses, starlets and stars) and serve plenty of champagne to bring the houze DOWN!
image credits: WillyRizzo
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