When Charleston, South Carolina native Eliot Rabin arrived in New York decades ago, his sharp eye and Southern gentleman-sartorial design skills were quickly put to use by fashion houses like Oscar de la Renta, Pucci, and Givenchy. Rabin then struck out on his own and opened Peter Eliot Mens, Womens, Blue and Boots–boutiques whose timelessly elegant collections rise high above the whims and vagaries of fashion fads.
Eliot’s most recent project is the renovation of his Southampton beach house, and what a perfect time to partner with Taigan! The theme of the house will be “a whimsical mood of timeless elegance,” which will infuse vibrant colors, interesting textures, and lifestyle pieces that create the ultimate destination to entertain.
I love these for my beach cottage, great for fin and claws served with coleslaw.
The vibrancy of these colors will accent and give life to your most bare outfits–I use them as semi-ascots or neckwear for a flair.
Claws that go with your plates I am sure you will salivate!
Only the Italians do these brights, so so, soothing, they shine at night!
My son and I play monster games but the spider part is our claim to fame!
These are my love all my life, that’s why I ain’t got a wife.
So Cool. I am a Citadel man and if this were my size I would grab it.
This is one of my favorite tools! It does a lot more than crack nuts if you know what I mean!
Oh! Per chance to dream–Shakespeare would love to have been reincarnated for this.
Wouldn’t we all like to be a little “pirate-y”? Reminds me of my days on the sea!
Some folks call them weapons I call them works of art.
I actually own Mr. Cornelius Vanderbuilt’s croquet set. Make me an offer I can’t refuse.
I have a pecan tree in front of my Charleston house. I am a big fan of these. Votre Sante!
For my Brisket Barbeque! Aint nothing better yah mon!
We are redoing my Southampton beach house, and this chair would be perfect!
This is great for my Southampton dock…or a midnight cruise!
My son’s name is Blue–he’s ten years old–and he loves you!