Selectism covered last night's 'Cabinet of Curiosities' exhibition by Thomas Erber, hosted by Maison Kitsuné in which illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme's painting was featured (below). More information and event pics over at Selectism.
"Thomas Erber brings his Cabinet of Curiosities exhibition to New York for the first time this month, after annual showings in Paris, London and Berlin. A journalist in fashion, travel and music, the former Vogue Homme International reporter-at-large (who also foundedl’Optimum, Jalouse and l’Officiel Voyage) curates a selection of exclusive goods from the likes of Ghurka, Common Projects, Michael Bastian, Melinda Gloss, and dozens more.
The exhibition is hosted by Maison Kitsuné, whose founders, Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki, are longtime friends of Erber. Le Cabinet De Curiosités spans multiple industries and disciplines — fashion, film, music, sports and gadgets — bringing them together in one unique setting. We caught up with Erber to talk about his curation process, how he works with each participating brand, and which city he’s thinking of bringing the exhibition to next.