Ramesh-Nair

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Discover a beautiful interview of Ramesh Nair, Moynat Creative Director, at Billionaire.com.

Moynat : Bags of Potential

“Moynat, traditionally known as a maker of bags and trunks, has heritage in spades. However, for those currently involved in the company’s rebirth, this is very much a story to build on and add fresh pages to.”

http://www.billionaire.com/bags-and-trunks/moynat/1151/moynat-bags-of-potential

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Bernard Arnault of LVMH recently purchased traditional trunkmakers Moynat, adding it to the list of old school brands ready for a revamp. Taking on the considerable talent of Ramesh Nair, formerly of Hermès, Christian Lacroix, and Yohji Yamamoto, this 1849 brand has got itself a Parisian flagship store and unsurprisingly some rather challenging price tags.

A sizeable wedge of cash will get you some incredible accessories; these guys know their way around hardwearing travel trunks so expect everything to last as well as look good. Hit the website for more.

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Full article: http://selectism.com/

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La Route de la Couleur : the Quattro brilliant colors express a spirit of holiday.

A Turquoise, the celestial blue-green mineral evokes the limpid waters of the Andaman Islands, situated between the Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea. For MOYNAT Creative Director, this wild archipelago is the most fascinating and beautiful place in the world.

Pink is the colour of rose-milk. A childhood favourite of Ramesh, this is a sweet drink made from the extract of rose petals. “Travelling by train to Kerala as a child, we would stop at Shoranur station, the chief attraction of which to me was the rose-milk served there. A real delight.”