Complementing the concurrent Frieze, the Pavillion of Art & Design London could be considered a one-stop shop for the thoroughly chic collector. Now in its fourth year, the fair, which takes place in Mayfair’s Berkeley Square from October through 17, has proved to be a brilliant spin-off of the original Pavillion of Art & Design Paris. Its founders and directors, Stephane Custot and Patrick Perrin, have lined up 47 high-end participants purveying everything from Francis Bacon, at London’s Faggionato Fine Art; to French decorative arts from the 1930’s through the ’50s, at the booth of Paris Dealer Jacques Lacoste, among others, to tribal art at London’s Entwistle. “We are a Modern fair – neither Old Master nor contemporary,” says Custot. At the booth of Todd Merrill, of New York, look for custom designs by Jack Rogers Hopkins from the 1970’s, including his mahogany armchair, below.