Even the world’s most sought after fashion designers have to go home, and when they do you can bet the interiors are fabulous. Some of these ateliers seek solace from the catwalk in spaces similar to their collections, but some may surprise you. Join the Love Happens Blog as we peek inside 15 fashion designers decadent home interiors.
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We begin with the interior of the 31 Rue Cambon Paris apartment of Coco Chanel. Lush cognac and scarlet hues cover the fashion designers third floor residence in the four-story townhouse. And let’s not forget the iconic marble staircase that Coco had mirrored so she could secretly observe the Chanel fashion shows on the lower floor.
Perched in the hills of Castelfiorentino, Italy sits Granaiolo, the Pucci family’s sprawling 150-acre estate. With a Tuscan exterior, the interior of the mansion reflects the brand’s bright and colorful kaleidoscope prints.
Yves Saint Laurent’s last home, Villa Mabrouka, portrayed a different design aesthetic than his previous residences. Located in Tangier, Morocco, the home design carries a breezy essence of sophisticated simplicity, with small pops of color and bright, airy spaces.
In contrast, Laurent’s Paris apartment on the Rue de Babylone was filled with dark wood and rich colors.
Diane Von Furstenberg’s enchanting New York City penthouse, referred to as her “tree house”, reflects her penchant for bright colors and exotic prints. The luscious lip sofa is a vintage Salvador Dali gem.
Valentino Garavani brought Asia to Paris with his Chinese-themed retreat, Château de Wideville. The eight-bedroom chateau is filled with 17th, 18th and 19th century Asian antiques and accents.
Designed by Daniel Romualdez, Tory Burch’s Manhattan home is in the Upper East Side, Pierre Hotel. Colorful, yet refined, she shares the home with her three sons.
Fashion designer, Thom Browne’s Manhattan apartment reflects his love of mid-century modern design. Think 50s and 60s minimalistic pieces blended with rich neutrals.
Former Creative Director for Christian Dior, Raf Simons’ Antwerp, Belgium home is also filled with his collection of mid-century modern furniture. We think he should add the new mid-century inspired, Mia chair to his collection.
Stefano Pilati’s Paris apartment accentuates the historic details such as chevron parquet floors and detailed moldings. The head designer of Ermenegildo Zegna renovated the space with architect Bruno Caron in 2013.
Before his death, Oscar de la Renta’s Kent, Connecticut country home boasted the elegant yet lavish flair of the fashion designer himself. Working with architect Ernesto Buch, Renta dubbed his country estate “the work of a lifetime.”
Lots of sleek black and stainless steel compose the design of Tom Ford’s former London home. Located in the prestigious Boltons Conservation Area, the four-story home was completely redesigned by Ford to ooze his sexuality.
Ralph Lauren’s Bedford, New York home is crisp and clean yet elegant and traditional with natural details throughout. Accented with various antiques, rich oriental rugs and crystal chandeliers fill the airy home.
Calvin Klein’s Francisco Costa worked with decorator Mark Cunningham on his Long Island Georgian mansion. The interior is a blend of traditional and modern with a touch of the preppy Calvin Klein aesthetic.
You never know quite what to expect with Karl Lagerfeld. The Fendi and Chanel fashion designers New York home in Gramercy Park is surprisingly sparse and minimal.
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