The Fabulous Living Rooms of 8 Fashion Designers
We love getting the chance to peer into the glamorous homes of our favorite fashion designers. Unlike their collections, which are a reflection of their style but ultimately created for the client, a fashion designer’s home represents his or her most intimate aesthetic decisions. We’ve rounded up eight of our absolute favorite living rooms to get you in the decorating mood.
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Tory Burch's jazz-age Hamptons Home is a beautiful medley of texture, prints, and color inspired by Burch's travels.
Fashion designer Jenni Kayne's Los Angeles home is airy, natural, casual, and chic. It captures her modern farmhouse vibe perfectly. We can't get over the rustic reclaimed wood frame.
The Madrid home of Spanish fashion designer Alicia Hernández, founder of Dolores Promesas, features a surprising mixture of materials (like velvet and burlap), and a neutral color palette. We love her feminine details!
Band of Outsiders' Nicole Cari has a soulful, modern home full of warmth, texture, and bohemian pillows. Her mix of antique, handmade, and retail-ready finds is truly one of a kind.
The emperor of chic, Giorgio Armani, has a knack for creating not just stunning clothing and accessories but jaw-dropping homes as well. Case in point, this indoor/outdoor living room at his estate in Saint-Tropez.
We love the airy Danish interior of fashion designer Heidi Hoffman. It's old world charm meets a modern aesthetic.
Rebecca Taylor's charming beach house on Shelter Island is a celebration of family and comfort. Taylor's blue accents really pop in her all-white living room—especially those fuchsia flowers!
Roberto Cavalli's amazing Florentine home offers just the visual treat you would expect to find in the legendary designer's vacation property. Classic Tuscan finishes like wood beams, exposed stone, and handmade tile mix with vibrant, saturated jewel tones and lively patterns for an opulent and unique look.
Love these designer rooms? Tell us your favorite in the comments!