Christopher Gibbs photographed by Victor Watts in his Albany set for Tattler. The day bed pictured belonged to Lord Tennyson.
The interior of Gibbs's now closed Pimlico shop.
Gibbs's Moroccan vision of 81 Powis Square, Notting Hill for the 1970s film Performance starring Mick Jagger.
I'm not interested in creating a dazzling impression of richness. We can make do with surprisingly little in life. It is best to have a few things which are really nice. I don't approve of the mean look, but I do approve of the spare look, where every little bit is telling. - Christopher Gibbs
At Home With: Christopher Gibbs; A Parting Embrace For a Lifetime's Quirks
By Christopher Mason for The New York Times
Thursday, September 21, 2000
Collecting: Lightly battered but in the best possible taste
By John Windsor for The Independent
Saturday, 3 October 1992
Now playing: Crosby, Stills & Nash - Marakesh Express