The story isn't about Piaget,
though it mentions a watch. The story is influenced by the world and watches of Piaget. Done by one of my favorite authors of all time, Bret Easton Ellis lends his unique talent for dialog and mood to the mystique of the luxury Swiss watch brand. Ellis, acclaimed author of titles as controversial as they are fun (and complex), has just released his latest book, "Imperial Bedrooms." I haven't checked it out yet, but it is a sequel to his seminal piece "Less than Zero." For me, Ellis is best known for the masterpiece satire (in my opinion) piece, American Psycho.
Over at Nowness.com
. Ellis offers this exclusive story in conjunction with the images of Douglass Friedman
, an esteemed photographer who was invited to the Piaget manufacture in Switzerland. The story and the images go together, in a poetic dance of media that lends life to the Piaget name as the two talents see it. Go read the story. It will get you in the mood for his newest work, and make you want to strap on a fine watch and go love some ladies Easton Ellis style...
Ariel Adams publishes the luxury watch review