More often than not, a home of a creative mind can be fascinating. As we glimpse into these homes – designers' homes – we discover snippets of objects and artifacts that shape these minds. A correlation between their homes and their designs is evident.
Sonia Rykiel designer Julie de Libran’s
apartment, located in the sixth arrondissement of Paris, is a chic
representation of the surrounding Parisian cityscape. Inspiration abounds in
this district and De Libran has certainly put it to good use, ushering Sonia Rykiel into a new age of quintessential Parisian charm.
Vionnet designer Goga Ashkenazi resides just
off Montenapoleone, an upscale fashion boulevard not far from the Vionnet
headquarters. The 19th century real estate is fitted with an
eclectic mix of furnishings and art pieces. Much like her designs for Vionnet,
the Goga touch of acute modernity is evident.
Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen designer Charlotte
Lynggaard is addicted to light. During the day, her natural light-filled summer
home is at its full glory. The Scandinavian forest encloses while the vast sea
overlooking the distant Swedish shoreline lies at a distance. The Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen aesthetic is present – there and then.
Chiara Ferragni, founder of The Blonde
Salad and her eponymous shoe brand, is one woman who is finely tuned to pop
culture life. Her Los Angeles home is redolent of her impeccable taste in
contemporary-chic, enriched by her personal style, the very same aesthetic
apparent in her shoe designs that have become global sensations.
Labels: Chiara Ferragni, Ole Lynggaard Copenhagen, Sonia Rykiel, Vionnet