Interior designer Iris Apfel, 93, is fast becoming one of the fashion industry’s most sought-after models, having just unveiled her second high-profile ad campaign in as many months.
Apfel, the fashion eccentric who’s also the face of Alexis Bittar for spring (she stars alongside Tavi Gevinson in the campaign), shows off her quirky, colorful sense of style in the ads, pairing one of Spade’s pink handbags with green trousers, blue polka-dotted socks and a giant white bow. Kloss, who favors a more classic, all-American look, is elegantly dolled up in white. Each model’s aesthetic couldn’t be more different, but they look lovely and harmonious sitting on a park bench together.
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In an all-loft building in the Union Square area of Manhattan, designer Ryan Korban was tasked with making a wide-open, cold space feel like a home. Luckily, the client—a professional skateboarder—had a compelling art collection that became the jumping-off point for the home’s design. “The client had a ton of his own exciting artwork, which really dictated what the space should look like,” Korban says. source : domaine
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Interior designer André Fu was tasked with the responsibility of transforming part of a private member’s club on Wellington Street, Hong Kong into an exclusive pop-up apartment spanning 3,500-sq-ft for fashion powerhouse Louis Vuitton.
The grand set-up was furnished with a study, boudoir, living and dining areas, complete with a Michelin-starred chef.
Stealing all the limelight is the dining room, where Fu’s bespoke ceiling lights pay homage to the luxury label by casting a subtle LV glow when switched on.
The invitation-only space will operate as a luxurious ‘urban oasis’ over a six-week period for the brand’s most valued local customers. L’Appartement is the designer’s first collaboration with a brand. source : design taxi & wallpaper