Ding! Ding! Round two of Basil Hayden’s Tastemakers Design contest last week, and in this corner (of Stone Lotus Lounge) we have Rion Stassi presenting his octo-armed woody chandelier, inspired by the B.H. bourbon bottle. I haven’t been back to Stone Lotus since profiling its décor for this magazine last year, but I’m happy to report that it’s still dishing drama with those blood-red walls and wall-length waterfall. Rion’s sleek design is a knock-out too. That’s the dashing designer above, on the left. The next and penultimate party will be at Angels & Kings on Oct. 2 and you’re all welcome to attend if you RSVP here.

-BRADLEY LINCOLN

PHOTOS BY FRANK FAILING
 

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Ding! Ding! Round two of Basil Hayden’s Tastemakers Design contest last week, and in this corner (of Stone Lotus Lounge) we have Rion Stassi presenting his octo-armed woody chandelier, inspired by the B.H. bourbon bottle. I haven’t been back to Stone Lotus since profiling its décor for this magazine last year, but I’m happy to report that it’s still dishing drama with those blood-red walls and wall-length waterfall. Rion’s sleek design is a knock-out too. That’s the dashing designer above, on the left. The next and penultimate party will be at Angels & Kings on Oct. 2 and you’re all welcome to attend if you RSVP here.

PHOTOS BY FRANK FAILING
 

Ding! Ding! Round two of Basil Hayden’s Tastemakers Design contest last week, and in this corner (of Stone Lotus Lounge) we have Rion Stassi presenting his octo-armed woody chandelier, inspired by the B.H. bourbon bottle. I haven’t been back to Stone Lotus since profiling its décor for this magazine last year, but I’m happy to report that it’s still dishing drama with those blood-red walls and wall-length waterfall. Rion’s sleek design is a knock-out too. That’s the dashing designer above, on the left. The next and penultimate party will be at Angels & Kings on Oct. 2 and you’re all welcome to attend if you RSVP here.

PHOTOS BY FRANK FAILING
 

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