What can one say about a man of the caliber of Broosk Saib. A high-profile interior designer, exquisite dresser, culture-vulture and all round good sport, his design work feels very much like an extension of himself (taking account of the requirements and tastes of his clients of course), retaining a regal, distinguished quality, rich in colour and yet restrained.
Like his designs, his manner is charmingly refined and almost impossibly elegant – yet he channels a sense of natural and thoroughly hospitable warm-heartedness at all times. Certainly, should you be lucky enough to make his acquaintance and be invited into his London riverside pad, you’ll be greeted with a warmth and sincerity that is quite charming, as well as a damn good espresso and a privileged glimpse into a wardrobe that is enough to turn even the most contented aesthete green with envy. An opportunity not to be missed then for The Rake’s latest Pocket Guide.