At a Galerie event in the Ralph Lauren store in Palm Beach, Florida.
Photo: courtesy of Ralph Lauren Home

Editor in Chief Jacqueline Terrebonne Unveils the 2024 Creative Minds Issue

The spring edition features Galerie’s annual list of Creative Minds as well as art-filled residences from around the world

It’s difficult to know where that next spark of inspiration will come from. Sometimes, just like trying to recall a name you can’t remember, the more you try to summon it, the harder it becomes to find. But for this, our annual Creative Minds issue, ideas were plentiful among our editorial team, who have mastered the hunt for what’s new, now, and next.

Cap Ferret, France, home conceived by Fabrice Juan. Photo: Xavier Béjot

This year, we spotlight 24 talents from around the world who seemingly have a never-ending supply of fresh, fabulous concepts and come from a wide range of fields, including art, design, architecture, culinary, and more. There’s such a surprising mix of individuals creating modern-day heirlooms—from Francesca Amfitheatrof, whose glittering bijoux for Louis Vuitton continue to astonish and delight with their audacious blend of stones and craft, to the team at Orior, who devise handmade furniture in Ireland sure to last for generations to come.

A preparation of Sallisa Rosa’s Topography of Memory in her Rio de Janeiro studio. Photo: Courtesy of the artist and Audemars Piguet Contemporary

This same type of brilliance and inventiveness connects to every story featured in these pages. There’s Alexander Lobrano’s must-read guide to Paris, which is bursting with recently opened restaurants, hotels, and galleries that are ushering in a new era for the capital on the eve of the Summer Olympics. And as we do in every issue, there’s a look at Artists to Watch, including the unique work of Sallisa Rosa, whose immersive installation Topography of Memory outside The Bass was a personal favorite during Miami Art Week this past December.

Orior’s Atlanta sofa. Photo: courtesy of orior

Tarte tatin with caramelized mango at Lafayette’s in Paris. Photo: ilya KAGAN

But when it comes to having a brainstorm, I think nothing can be more fruitful than spending time in a place that acts as muse. I couldn’t imagine more stimulating environments than those we feature here. For example, the home in our cover story—conceived by French designer Fabrice Juan, perched above the water in Cap Ferret, France, and filled with undulating curves and flashes of color—might take you in one direction while a Fox-Nahem townhouse once renovated by Stanford White and swathed in rich wood paneling could send your mind pleasantly spinning somewhere else. I hope this issue proves to be just as potent for both discovering inspiration and igniting ideas for you.

Cover: At a Galerie event in the Ralph Lauren store in Palm Beach, Florida.
Photo: courtesy of Ralph Lauren Home


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