The name of this piece has been chosen as a nod to Oscar Wilde’s most famous character. Looking for Dorian is shaped by a central round mirror that is supported on one side by a glistening rectangular wood-looking block and on the other one by a round glossy metal ball. Three elements, three basic geometric shapes, three reflective surfaces that bring structure, strength and limpidity to the piece. With dainty lines and a subtle colour combination of celadon and gold, the mirror is yet also softly infused with romanticism. Sophisticated, eccentric, poetic, Looking for Dorian is a real Dandy.