It’s “five and 5,” Marino quipped of his deliberate assortment of artwork. Just off the gallery, two salons featuring home icons in fantastic jewellery present themselves. Marino created a shopping for experience that feels intimate and lavish with hand-applied coromandel-style wall finishes — a callout to Coco Chanel’s apartment — and a carved 8-foot-high gilt Regency-era mirror. Jewelry “is something personal and attractive, for me it’s almost like buying underwear,” Marino cleverly stated. Designed with home collaborator Peter Marino, the Fifth Avenue area is a research in a luxury expertise via the lens of patrimony.

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