Designed by Pepe Albargues
A woman of Paris was the first time when Charlie Chaplin took his place behind the camera. It was 1923 and to the people used to the performances of the great actor, it was a bit strange to see a movie of him, without him acting. It became a critical success and influenced those who came later. The armchair that has his name was designed by Pepe, and could be the one used as a seat by the American film director during the filming of his movie. Elegant, fashionable and with attractive colours, doing the unexpected sometimes results so striking that it creates a trend. As Chaplin did with that movie, so as Pepe has done with this armchair.
Beech tree or walnut tree
Seat cushion stuffed with Bultex and soja covered with polyester fibre.
Back cushion stuffed with 50% goose feathers and 50%