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Paul Smith launches ToiletPaper pop-up display at Pavilion KL

Pop-retro homeware gets a delightfully offbeat twist

By Andrea Tim | Published: 6 May 2016

Paul Smith pop-up
Photo: Paul Smith

Paul Smith has brought cult Italian picture-based magazine ToiletPaper and design company Seletti's surrealist homeware range to Malaysia.

Now on display in a pop-up space on Level 3 of Pavilion KL until 31 May 2016, the collection consists of dinnerware, tea towels, mirrors and umbrellas. The installation was first hosted by the British label at its Floral Street, London store.

The Seletti wears ToiletPaper display at Pavilion KL (Photo: Paul Smith)

ToiletPaper was founded by Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari in 2010. Their distinct approach to photography often involves off-kilter and sometimes provocative elements that never fail to stand out, so just imagine having that on a plate or kettle. Tea time will never be the same again, and that's always a good thing!

The collection is available for purchase at the Paul Smith Pavilion KL boutique. Prices start at RM60 for a tea towel and you can even get the wooden coffee table for RM1,260.

Photo: Paul Smith

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