Jewelry designer Gaia Repossi opened the doors of her trendy Paris apartment for Vogue Russia recently. The creative director of her family’s Paris-based luxury brand, Gaia lives in a two-room flat in the city’s 8th arrondissement. Decorated in an elegant but modern finish, the flat features high-ceilings, light filled rooms and is dotted with contemporary art and coffee table books. Continue reading to view additional images.
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Interior designer May Daouk spent time working in New York for Bunny Williams before moving home to Beirut, Lebanon, where she renovated this stunning villa. A mixture of French, Italian and English furniture are placed with Middle Eastern accents that give the home a sophisticated but bohemian and feminine essence. The purple throughout is also quite envy making! Continue reading to view additional images.
New Zealand-born, London-based jewellery designer Jessica McCormack recently opened up her Notting Hill apartment for The Department of News blog. Her quirky but fashionable taste combines a sleek modern touch with the intrigue and elegance of Victorian antiques. Continue reading to view additional images.
Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr recently sold her Manhattan apartment. The property is located in a Jade Jagger for YOO properties designed building at West 19th Street. Miranda’s interior styling of the home featured a light and feminine look including pretty crystal chandeliers and a mix of French and boho style furniture. Continue reading to view additional images.
Accessories designer Christian Louboutin’s apartment in Paris is featured in the current June/July “Luxe issue” of Australian lifestyle publication Belle magazine. The flat features an abundance of storage space for clutter, including these Egyptian panelled structures crafted in Africa and shipped to Paris, as well as a spare room where Louboutin says guests are welcome for “one night only”! Continue reading to view additional images.
Supermodel and RDuJour beauty icon Carolyn Murphy worked with noted Los Angeles interior decorator Schuyler Samperton on her stunning Brentwood, Los Angeles, home (which is currently up for sale). Featured in the March 2012 issue of U.S. Vogue, the dreamy residence features a perfectly curated Provencal look and a jealous making garage art-studio. Below is a gallery of HQ images of the residence and above is Carolyn’s Vogue portrait where she is wearing a lovely Rodarte dress.
Handbag designer Jérôme Dreyfuss, who is also the boyfriend of fashion designer Isabel Marant, recently opened up his studio for Vogue Paris. Dreyfuss founded his label in 2002 and is known for his contemporary designs turned out in luxurious pop-colour leathers. Continue reading to view additional images.
Martin Grant is an Australian-born Paris-based fashion designer. Since setting up his business in Paris in 1996, Grant has shied away from the fashion scene but creates timeless pieces that mix French charm with sculptural elegance and clients have come to include Cate Blanchett and Lauren Hutton. His penthouse apartment in the city is an enviable mix of old-Paris charm mixed with clean modern design. Continue reading to view full images.
Karl Lagerfeld‘s ultra-modern Paris apartment features in the current issue of French AD. In the article the designer explains, “I wanted an apartment with glass and transparency everywhere … And there is no color here, because I am constantly surrounded by color. I prefer to live in a neutral environment.” Continue reading to view full images.