If you are what you eat, then comparatively, you must design as how you reside… right? Well, in the case of the following 8 ~fashion~ people, that is exactly true… so don’t even both arguing.
I want to say that Alexander Wang’s loft is d-bag central, but he is so kind and sweet and makes really nice accessories and t-shirts, so I am just going to say that it is very furry.
Much like her signature jewelry, Pamela’s Brooklyn apartment is contradictorily earthy, dark, and whimsical. Combining elements of folklore kitsch with her (naturally) large collection of jewelry, Pamela’s place of residence is exactly what you would expect it to be. Her boyfriend is also (naturally) a bearded photographer and musician.
Heidi Middleton (Sass and Bide)
As one half of the Aussie label Sass and Bide, Heidi Middleton’s widely blogged about home can only be described as fun, beachy, and cool (in the best way possible). By integrating *pops* of colour amoungst a sea of neutral and earthy tones, Heidi’s home is very much reflective of the relaxed and detail-oriented aesthetic of her line.
Although Nanette Lepore’s house is overtly feminine and embellished with hypothetically frills, there is a simplistic quality to her home decor that mirrors much of her work. Lacking the clutter typical of her counterpart’s homes, I envision a multitude of summer garden parties set in her ridiculously attractive garden.
Anna Dello Russo
If you’ve ever casually stumbled upon Anna’s very… tasteful… blog, it’s not really necessary to take the time to explain her style if you’re not already familiar with it. Always one for accessories, ADR’s home IRL is a near carbon copy of her (mental) dressing mentality. Except amplified to about 10,000x in a very seriously interior decorated way. With no breathing room. And a lot of shiny.
With an evident affinity for black and purple, Anna Sui’s home is very reminiscent of her label’s branded image. With high contrasting colours, a load of prints, antique inspired furniture, and a taxidermy peacock (???), Sui’s house reminds me of a really luxurious gothic children’s novel…which is kind of a conflicting idea, but whatever.
The man behind the notoriously… nice… Ed Hardy brand has a house that, much like Ed Hardy, is extremely classy and nice and other things that are positive. I like the pink alongside the furs sporadically thrown around…it is very nice.
When Jill Stuart and her family first moved to the Urban Glass House, their main goal was to achieve a simpler lifestyle, one away from the hustle and bustle of typical ~NYC lyf~. And minus the fact their entire place of residence is made out of glass, I would say that their attempt at being minimalistic is pretty evident. Much like Jill’s work centres around simple silhouettes with pretty details, her home keeps it classy without being boring.