Inspiration for the Sasha Bikoff collection for Currey & Company comes from 1980s Miami Beach, Italian Memphis Milano, and Sixties Pop. "I keyed in on the colors, the nature, and the Deco revival architecture that is unique to the South Florida locale," she says of the Miami Beach pieces. The curvy pink pieces are made of wrought iron with a blush pink border that defines its Art Deco style. The tropical side of Miami Beach inspired the Hibiscus pieces. "It’s my favorite flower," says the designer of the motif, created from wrought iron in a mix of glossy white, pink and green finishes. One of the most iconic buildings in Miami Beach is the Fontainebleau, a social epicenter during the heyday of Frank Sinatra and the famed Rat Pack. In homage to Morris Lapidus, who designed the building in the 1950s, the white Lapidus pieces mimic the shape of the arches and the cheese-hole pattern ornamenting the resort.
Bikoff's style—infused with bold color, architectural influences, and a keen understanding of culture and design—is heavily influenced by her experiences traveling abroad and extensive knowledge of fine art and antiques. This collection is a hip, youthful addition to the Currey & Company product line.