Her collection of art, including many fine crystal and art glass pieces by Lalique and classic etchings by Icart and Erte, bring to the yacht's interior a level of sophistication and refinement that is unmatched. As I walked through Barchetta, I was reminded of the classic "little black dress, an item of apparel that is always in fashion and serves as the perfect foundation for a wide variety of accessories. Similarly, the yacht's Art Deco interior, much of it done with flat, neutral-shaded bulkhead panels with black resin inlays, serves as a fine backdrop for the owner's mementos of the 1920s and '30s. The stonework echoes the theme throughout the yacht. The master-or should that be mistress?-suite is outfitted primarily in absolute black granite, as is the VIP stateroom and the pilothouse. The foyer also displays absolute black granite, in combination with Giallo Sienna and Blue Bahia. Other staterooms and spaces also combine a base of absolute black granite with other shades, including Giallo Rio, Gold Beach, Madura Gold and Black Galaxy, each specifically designed to best display the room's featured art.