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BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles to temporarily treat moderate to severe frown lines between the brows of adults ages 18 to 65. speaking. IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION BOTOX® Cosmetic may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening. The effect of botulinum toxin may affect areas away from the injection site and cause serious symptoms including: loss of strength and all-over muscle weakness. noticeable results. or breathing. trouble saying words clearly (dysarthria).with real. trouble breathing. due to weakening of associated muscles. hoarseness or change or loss of voice (dysphonia). You Really Get It. There has not been a confirmed serious case of spread of toxin effect when BOTOX® Cosmetic has been used at the recommended dose to treat frown lines. and great savings on treatments.storemags & fantamag . Go to now to ﬁnd a doctor and sign up for exclusive invitations. See adjacent page for additional safety information associated with BOTOX® Cosmetic .. 8 out of 10 women achieved clinically signiﬁcant results at day 30 in clinical trials. can be severe and result in loss of life. trouble swallowing. special offers.. Results may vary.magazines for all “Once You Get It.You are at the highest risk if these problems are pre-existing before injection. Call your doctor or get medical help right away if you have any of these problems any time (hours to weeks) after injection of BOTOX® Cosmetic: • Problems swallowing. Ask your doctor if BOTOX® Cosmetic is right for you. blurred vision and drooping eyelids. • Spread of toxin effects. There’s only one BOTOX® Cosmetic. loss of bladder control. double vision. Proven year after year. Swallowing problems may last for several months.” Why millions of women have experienced BOTOX® Cosmetic.
If this happens. 6. See “What is the most important information I should know about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic?” What are the possible side effects of BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic? BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic can cause serious side effects.MEDICATION GUIDE BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic (Boe-tox) (onabotulinumtoxinA) for Injection Read the Medication Guide that comes with BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic before you start using it and each time it is given to you. swelling of your eyelids.. Be sure your doctor knows exactly which product you received. Keep a list of your medicines with you to show your doctor and pharmacist each time you get a new medicine. decreased eyesight. Manufactured by: Allergan Pharmaceuticals Ireland a subsidiary of: Allergan. This information does not take the place of talking with your doctor about your medical condition or your treatment. It is not known whether BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic are safe or effective for other types of muscle spasms or for severe sweating anywhere other than your armpits.896. For more information about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic call Allergan at 1-800-433-8871 or go to www. These problems could make it unsafe for you to drive a car or do other dangerous activities. rash. These are not all the possible side effects of BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic. such as trouble raising your eyebrows • drooping eyelids • any other change in the way your face normally looks • are pregnant or plan to become pregnant. For more information.com. People who cannot swallow well may need a feeding tube to receive food and water. or vision problems within hours to weeks of taking BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. do not drive a car. or dizziness or feeling faint. operate machinery. talk with your doctor. There may be new information.S. including if you have: • a disease that affects your muscles and nerves (such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease]. • BOTOX® Cosmetic is injected into your affected muscles. drooping eyelids. You can ask your doctor or pharmacist for information about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic that is written for healthcare professionals. General information about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic: Medicines are sometimes prescribed for purposes other than those listed in a Medication Guide. blepharospasm. It is not known if BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic can harm your unborn baby. • have recently received an antibiotic by injection • take muscle relaxants • take an allergy or cold medicine • take a sleep medicine Ask your doctor if you are not sure if your medicine is one that is listed above.578. ask your doctor or pharmacist. vitamins. 2525 Dupont Dr.botox. Patents 6. U. What are the ingredients in BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic? Active ingredient: botulinum toxin type A Inactive ingredients: human albumin and sodium chloride Issued: 03/2010 This Medication Guide has been approved by the U. These problems can happen hours to weeks after an injection of BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic usually because the muscles that you use to breathe and swallow can become weak after the injection. Food and Drug Administration. or strabismus. and herbal products.683. • Swallowing problems may last for several months. People who already have swallowing or breathing problems before receiving BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic have the highest risk of getting these problems.886 Myobloc is a registered trademark of Solstice Neurosciences. Tell your doctor about all the medicines you take. Dysport is a registered trademark of Ipsen Biopharm Limited Company. or if you become dizzy or faint. Tell your doctor or get medical help right away if you are wheezing or have asthma symptoms. Inc. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. Call your doctor for medical advice about side effects. BOTOX® Cosmetic is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used to improve the look of moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows (glabellar lines) in adults younger than 65 years of age for a short period of time (temporary). Who should not take BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic? Do not take BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic if you: • are allergic to any of the ingredients in BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. 72284US11B APC24AS10 True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . such as Myobloc® (rimabotulinumtoxinB) or Dysport ® (abobotulinumtoxinA) in the past. • had an allergic reaction to any other botulinum toxin product such as Myobloc® or Dysport ® • have a skin infection at the planned injection site What should I tell my doctor before taking BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic? Tell your doctor about all your medical conditions. • People with certain breathing problems may need to use muscles in their neck to help them breathe. speaking. the effect of botulinum toxin may affect areas of the body away from the injection site and cause symptoms of a serious condition called botulism. See “What should I avoid while receiving BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic?” There has not been a conﬁrmed serious case of spread of toxin effect away from the injection site when BOTOX® has been used at the recommended dose to treat severe underarm sweating. • allergic reactions. Know the medicines you take. CA 92612 © 2010 Allergan. red itchy welts. Symptoms of an allergic reaction to BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic may include: itching. What should I avoid while taking BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic? BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic may cause loss of strength or general muscle weakness. This Medication Guide summarizes the most important information about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic. These patients may be at greater risk for serious breathing problems with BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. It is not known whether BOTOX® is safe or effective in children younger than: • 18 years of age for treatment of spasticity • 16 years of age for treatment of cervical dystonia • 18 years of age for treatment of hyperhidrosis • 12 years of age for treatment of strabismus or blepharospasm BOTOX® Cosmetic is not recommended for use in children younger than 18 years of age.974.S. See “What is the most important information I should know about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic?” Other side effects of BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic include: • dry mouth • discomfort or pain at the injection site • tiredness • headache • neck pain • eye problems: double vision. The symptoms of botulism include: • loss of strength and muscle weakness all over the body • double vision • blurred vision and drooping eyelids • hoarseness or change or loss of voice (dysphonia) • trouble saying words clearly (dysarthria) • loss of bladder control • trouble breathing • trouble swallowing These symptoms can happen hours to weeks after you receive an injection of BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. See the end of this Medication Guide for a list of ingredients in BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic. or when BOTOX® Cosmetic has been used at the recommended dose to treat frown lines. and 6. Do not start any new medicines until you have told your doctor that you have received BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic in the past. It is not known if BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic passes into breast milk. blurred vision. Especially tell your doctor if you: • have received any other botulinum toxin product in the last four months • have received injections of botulinum toxin. wheezing. food or liquids may go into your lungs. • to treat certain types of eye muscle problems (strabismus) or abnormal spasm of the eyelids (blepharospasm) in people 12 years and older. Inc. Death can happen as a complication if you have severe problems with swallowing or breathing after treatment with BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. myasthenia gravis or LambertEaton syndrome). See “What is the most important information I should know about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic?” • allergies to any botulinum toxin product • had any side effect from any botulinum toxin product in the past • a breathing problem. wrist. Inc. and ﬁnger muscles in adults with upper limb spasticity.049. ® mark owned by Allergan. If swallowing problems are severe. asthma symptoms. or do other dangerous activities. • BOTOX® is injected into your affected muscles or skin. If you would like more information. What are BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic? BOTOX® is a prescription medicine that is injected into muscles and used: • to treat increased muscle stiffness in elbow. Tell your doctor if you have any side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. • are breast-feeding or plan to breast-feed. BOTOX® is also injected into the skin to treat the symptoms of severe underarm sweating (severe primary axillary hyperhidrosis) when medicines used on the skin (topical) do not work well enough. Inc. You should share this information with your family members and caregivers. How should I take BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic? • BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic is an injection that your doctor will give you. In some cases. such as asthma or emphysema • swallowing problems • bleeding problems • plans to have surgery • had surgery on your face • weakness of your forehead muscles. or breathing. Using BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic with certain other medicines may cause serious side effects. Irvine. • Your doctor may change your dose of BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic. including prescription and nonprescription medicines. and dry eyes. until you and your doctor ﬁnd the best dose for you. Call your doctor or get medical help right away if you have any of these problems after treatment with BOTOX® or BOTOX® Cosmetic: • Problems swallowing. • Spread of toxin effects. • to treat the abnormal head position and neck pain that happens with cervical dystonia (CD) in adults. What is the most important information I should know about BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic? BOTOX® and BOTOX® Cosmetic may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening.
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Untitled (N-9). This isn’t a weakness. it’s actually part of Nozkowski’s mission not to let subtle trends mold his work or modify it. moments. more people have come to admire the engrossing and playful beauty of Nozkowski’s work. plus. on view in a show that opens this month at the pace gallery in manhattan. Nozkowski’s paintings share no consistent color palette or signature shapes. But as demonstrated by recent retrospectives at the National gallery of Canada in ottawa and the fisher landau Center for art in Queens.” Then he adds. disclosing only that each one starts from something he has glimpsed. None of his works is titled. then slides into obscurity before staging a valiant comeback. By David Colman . not in some kind of high-aesthetics idea. 2010.com New york. i think with the best paintings. zigs this way at 30. “my work is murder to sell. Nozkowski has experienced no dramatic rise or fall.art show Untitled (P-19). things. sometimes suggestive of sci-ﬁ animation. “my paintings. 2008. everything i do. sometimes of classic gestural abstraction. zags that way at 50. words slip away. artist X starts off with a bang. so what makes both the career and the seductive. see resourCes For more than 30 years. this champion of abstraction has transformed ﬂeeting visual impressions into freewheeling yet compelling canvases. but never quite had a moment. for more than 30 years. small-scale abstractions of Thomas Nozkowski unusual is the total lack of backstory.” he says in his upstate New york studio. efforts in the ’50s and ’60s to codify abstraction with rules and theory are what ruined it in the ﬁrst place. “what do you say about a watteau?” True PDF release: storemags & fantamag © Thomas Nozkowski. the art world loves drama. could as easily have been created in 1980 as 2010. 134 elledecor. when abstraction was beginning to be considered old hat. in his view. Untitled (8-129).” he says with a chuckle. Untitled (P-33). his latest works. he began painting in the late 1960s. CourTesy of The paCe gallery. places. and he politely declines to talk about their various sources. and his style has not appreciably changed. Untitled (N-17). 2010. he has been admired by cognoscenti. “That’s where they’re rooted. 2007. 2010. Thomas Nozkowski almost as much as hollywood. come from something in the real world—ideas.
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when georgina chapman and Keren craig launched their eveningwear collection, Marchesa, in the u.s., they translated their elegant english sensibility into lavish gowns with textured fabrics and detailed embroidery. they brought the same sensibility to a sunset soirée they threw in July, importing the atmosphere of an english garden to Manhattan’s hudson hotel. it was the perfect backdrop for the introduction of their collection of bone china for Lenox. “we wanted to have a moment to show family and friends what we’ve been up to,” says chapman, who has been working on the tableware with craig for more than a year. the hotel penthouse, designed by Philippe starck, is outﬁtted with an ivied solarium; an adjoining terrace offered sweeping views of Manhattan. of course, any garden party must have ﬂower arrangements—in this case, hydrangeas, peonies, sweet peas, and garden roses. “we wanted to design something that felt european and feminine at the same time,” says Meredith waga Perez of the ﬂorist belle fleur. even the signature cocktail—made with dom Pérignon rosé, elderﬂower liqueur, and fresh passion-fruit juice—incorporated the ﬂoral theme. guests, including actress Kerry washington, shoe designer tabitha simmons, and fashion editor Zanna roberts, enjoyed a dinner of fennel-crusted salmon and lemon panna cotta served on spring Lark china. the pattern is one of eight that craig and chapman created with Lenox; its raised design of birds and ﬂowers suggests the embroidery of a Marchesa gown. the ﬁnal sweet touch was an assortment of eleni’s cookies and two Little red hens red-velvet mini-cupcakes. “it was nice to have an excuse for a party,” chapman says. and it’s always nice to have another occasion to bring en glish style to america. Martha McCully
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How to conjure glamour? Ricky and Ralph Lauren transform their Fifth Avenue apartment into a magical minimalist loft. Model Hana Soukupova opts for a sleek tower with glittering Manhattan views. Patricia Lansing updates tradition at her family’s Long Island retreat. Makeup maven Jeanine Lobell and actor Anthony Edwards revel in a color-drenched New York City home. Fashion designer Carlos Miele crafts a stunning glass house in Brazil. And star hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai enjoys a dashing mix of cultures at his Upper East Side duplex. For more ways to shine, check out our gleaming metallic furnishings.
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His mastery of styles ranges from Western rustic to east-coast classic, but at Home in manHattan WitH His Wife, ricky, ralPH lauren oPts for all-american glamour in its Purest form
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Ralph and Ricky Lauren in the entrance hall of their Manhattan duplex. THiS page: The library’s wall of lacquer shelving serves as a backdrop for a custom-made sofa, armchairs, and cocktail table by Ralph Lauren Home; the binoculars are antique, the vintage floor lamps are from Wyeth, and the silk rug is by Stark Carpet. See Resources.
Minimalism is not a term often associated with Ralph Lauren, whose densely propped ﬂagship store in Manhattan’s Rhinelander mansion has inspired legions. But when he ﬁrst commissioned the late decorator Angelo Donghia to design the Fifth Avenue duplex where he and his wife, Ricky, raised their family, Lauren said he was motivated by the “simple, almost primitive desire for clean, open space.” Now, more than 30 years later, he’s finished a renovation that has made the place even more clean and open. Three bedrooms that belonged to his now-grown children have been repurposed; spatial variety was added by incorporating steps to create different levels, making the space seem even larger. “The changes were subtle, but important,” he
says. “They really modernize the apartment.” They also involved gutting it and starting over. “There was more than one moment when I asked, Oh, God, what did I do?” he says, laughing. But this wasn’t the first time. During the initial renovation, things got so fraught, he says, he “ended up going to the hospital for a day of rest.” The original space had been a warren of rooms spread out on two ﬂoors overlooking Central Park. “It was beautiful, but not me,” the designer says. “I wanted a Fifth Avenue loft. I’m too casual to live in a stuffy apartment.” After trying to do the renovation on his own, he hired Donghia, who was known for simple lines and sensual textures and shapes, and who became one of Lauren’s closest friends.
Then, as now, the overarching feeling of the apartment was of phenomenal openness, with even more phenomenal views, augmented by predominantly white furniture and ﬁttings. “I deal with color all the time when I’m working,” Lauren says. “This is a way I feel like I can live in New York and be comfortable and simple. When I’m at home, I need to feel like I’m ﬂoating on a cloud.” That ﬂoating feeling has been enhanced by raising the level of the living room so that you step up into it and by removing Donghia’s matchstick blinds from the windows, which wrap around the apartment and seem to bring the outdoors inside. “There’s a ﬂow and a comfort I like better now,” he says. “It’s about the windows, and the light that comes in from the park. In the evening, with candles lit, it’s almost like an event.” Further streamlining was achieved by replacing the original herringbone ﬂoors, which were stained a medium-brown, with darker wood in a simpler pattern. A structural beam that had been expanded by Donghia into a round, sculptural presence was taken down to its studs; the kitchen and bathrooms are now symphonies of clean lines and glossy surfaces. The tropical bamboo tones and textures that accented the white in the apartment’s previous incarnation have been supplanted by black and chrome. The banana plants that once abounded in the dining room are gone; the accessories now tend to be reflective vases full of red roses, for example, while gleaming vintage lanterns hang overhead. Both the table and the dining chairs (which have taken the place of earlier rattan-and-canvas versions) are Lauren’s own
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See Resources. cocktail table.storemags & fantamag . the ﬂoors are of polished cherry.magazines for all In the living room. a sculpture by Rembrandt Bugatti is displayed behind a custom-made sectional. and leather-upholstered carbon-fiber chairs. and the rug is by Stark Carpet. the side table is by Juan and Paloma Garrido. . Facing page: An original Star Wars storm trooper and a painting by Joseph Stashkevetch in the entrance hall. all by Ralph Lauren Home.
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and the clock is by Jaeger-LeCoultre. 211 . Facing page. A 1930s ﬁgure stands beside the living room ﬁreplace. the cashmere throw on the sofa is by Ralph Lauren Home. cLOcKWiSe FROM TOp LeFT: A photo of the Chrysler Building by Sheila Metzner and a custom-made mirror by Mark Albrecht in the entrance hall.storemags & fantamag . the custommade zebra-skin mirror is by Richomme. Hero. the television stand is a copy of an easel found in Paris and the desk is by Ralph Lauren Home. The painting in the library. is by the couple’s nephew Greg Lauren. See Resources. In the living room alcove.magazines for all Vintage light ﬁxtures hang above a dining table and leather-upholstered chairs by Ralph Lauren Home.
carbon-ﬁber pieces.” he says. “Like the cars. the ranch out West. it’s very personal. have dinner. “This apartment was not made for entertaining—though we certainly have entertained here. but it’s his urban aerie that he finds the most soothing. they are built for comfort and durability.” Asked if he gazes at the heavens through one of the apartment’s two telescopes.” The Star Wars figure that now occupies the spacious entrance gallery was a Father’s Day gift from his family. he says. a sort of tweedy stone house set on a beautiful piece of property. he laughs and says he hasn’t had the time—and besides.” he tells me.” he says.” True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . “I love the architecture of the blank walls. is to come home. and the tropical fantasy of Round Hill.” He likes the piece—“so stark and so white and graphic”—paired with a gutsy motorcycle painting that previously resided in his ofﬁce. In the mornings he works out in his “nice playroom. and watch TV.” Another favorite piece is a figure in a top hat and tails straight out of a Ralph Lauren ad that stands guard by the living room fireplace. New York. All of them have a connection to my life or point of view. “It’s just a unique sort of Fred Astaire character. “Like everything else. so the art had to be personally important to me.” he says.” he says. “It’s exactly what we needed as an escape from our hectic lives.” His life with Ricky and his family plays out in a number of homes: the country estate in Bedford. he says. “They are all uniquely wonderful. who needs to look further than the spectacular views? His routine. “and we saw all the Star Wars movies with our kids. “It was made for a more private life. “I’m not about status paintings—they have to be important to me or Ricky. the low-slung Frank Lloyd Wright–ish complex on the beach in Long Island. The one thing there is more of in the new space is art.” he notes. “I have Bugatti cars. “I have always liked toys—my ofﬁce is ﬁlled with small toys and characters. inspired by the sleek race cars he drives and collects. Other artworks include a Batman painting by his nephew Greg Lauren and a Bugatti sculpture of an elephant that appealed because. Jamaica.” the gym located off the kitchen.
the island is sheathed in Celador.magazines for all The master bath. and a countertop and ﬂoor of Thassos marble. and cabinetry of white lacquer and stainless steel. which overlooks the Central Park reservoir.storemags & fantamag . elledecor. See Resources.com 213 . features mirrored and white-lacquer cabinetry. Facing page: The kitchen has ovens and a cooktop by Wolf. a custom-made vent hood. and the Bertoia barstools are by Knoll.
and Magnus. a pair of sofas by Mecox Gardens and window shades and pillows in a Clarence House linen. Carolina. Gerrit. but At hEr fAmily’s wEEkEnd rEtrEAt on long islAnd. bArEfoot lifE Text by Mitchell Owens · Photography by Roger Davies · Produced by Anita Sarsidi All About EAsE Facing page: Patricia Lansing with her children (from left). and the framed photograph is by Chema Madoz. New York. PAtriciA lAnsing PrEfErs A lAid-bAck. See Resources. at their weekend house in Long Island.shE mAy bE A dAughtEr of fAshion. This page: In the living room. the painting above the mantel is by Alexis Rockman. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .
magazines for all oncE uPon A timE. in Locust Valley on Long Island’s fabled North Shore. “I honestly like seeing Gerrity every day. A storybook brick structure swathed in ivy and sporting a wing topped with a jaunty cupola. New York City businessmen would park their wives and children in the far-off Hamptons for the summer.S. and her pint-size offspring jet in from Spain every summer for a month’s stay. Gerrity. Guests appear practically every weekend.) But Caracas-born Patricia doesn’t desire an overly reﬁned existence. only making occasional visits.” (Patricia and Gerrity’s family trees include early settlers of Venezuela and the U. however. Carolina Herrera. the building was originally the stable of a property designed circa 1914 by Guy Lowell. started to look for a second home. The ﬁve-bedroom house overﬂows with children year-round. and began commuting back and forth. Carolina. and her father is Vanity Fair contributor Reinaldo Herrera. Gossip columnist Aileen Mehle breathlessly dubbed the couple’s gardeniabedecked cathedral wedding “a union of beauty and bloodlines. The Lansings quickly snapped it up. while wearing a white crepe-satin dress designed by her mother. The pair soon came across an old but renovated coach house barely 30 miles away. are all under the age of six. Patricia’s sister. settled down.storemags & fantamag . one of America’s great gentleman architects. That was then. so the couple could have a country place yet still see each other on a daily basis. a key consideration was that it be an easy drive from their Manhattan loft.” Patricia says with a laugh about the man she married eight years ago. Gerrit and Magnus. When fashion consultant Patricia Lansing and her husband. a hedgefund manager. this is now.. Carolina Herrera Báez. from friends eager to avail themselves of the Lansings’ relaxed hospitality to relatives from abroad. And when the sisters’ stylish mother makes her way to Long Island. and two sons. The couple’s daughter. 215 .
with their children. Facing page. Carolina Herrera Báez. Patricia Lansing and her sister. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . and the painting in front of the bookcase is by Alexis Rockman. From Top: The ivy-covered brick house. the large photograph is by Roe Ethridge. See Resources.In the library. A garden path leads to the pool and poolhouse. the teak seating is by Gloster. an armchair found at a Paris ﬂea market is upholstered in a Travers zebra print from Zimmer + Rohde.
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“There aren’t many bare branches in winter. which is guarded by a split-rail fence and a thick hedge of spiny roses. “Kids. “I love to garden. Artworks put a quirky spin on the proceedings. But Patricia wanted her home to feel just as inviting in winter too. means creating an environment where no room is off-limits. “Gerrity doesn’t really care about decoration.” Near the pool. is sometimes a three-ring circus. and luckily I haven’t objected to any of his choices. in the library. She carefully juggled such traditional elements as antique furniture. Outside the kitchen.the senior Herrera lays claim to a sunny guest room that extends from one end of the building like a tree house. To Patricia’s delight. Gerrity may hold the art-collecting reins in the family. “but I don’t mow the lawn. Other rooms are painted with soft colors—sea-foam green in the master bedroom. as the place was christened by a previous owner.” True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . “I love having everybody around me. blush-pink in the living room—and furnished with everything from Crate & Barrel sofas to charming tables from local shops. Over the fireplace in the living room hangs a funky Alexis Rockman painting of a bulge-eyed frog resting in the shade of a colorful blossom.” Which means pictures where nature and fantasy intersect rather than the family portraits one might expect. The library’s stately blue walls may recall an old-fashioned book-lined study. low-fuss version of East Coast tradition with sparks of modernity. and ﬂoral fabrics with up-to-the-minute accents. but the naturalworld scenes he brings home reﬂect one of his wife’s passions. “so we can pull into the drive and everything is still so green. stand masses of hydrangeas and apple trees heavy with fruit. adding with a wry grin. but the blue-and-white zebra-stripe upholstery dressing a plump armchair from a Paris flea market is chic rather than sober. when the windows are ﬂung open to capture breezes and children chase one another indoors and out. The bright rooms of Coach House are at their most glorious in summer and fall. But he does care about what’s on the walls. an oversize Roe Ethridge C-print depicts a larger-than-life pigeon ﬂuttering across a cloudless turquoise sky.” she happily observes. “My husband does most of the collecting. however.” she says. dinner parties. but that’s how the Lansings prefer it. Life at Coach House. including the family’s inaugural attempt at growing corn—a toothsome success.” Patricia explains. tailored sofas. the look is a clean-cut. vegetables ﬂourish in a pair of sixby-12-foot beds. thanks to the property’s plethora of evergreen trees and ivy. as long as it’s comfortable enough that his buddies can hang out. Coach House offers a verdant experience even when nothing’s in bloom or ready to harvest. people hanging out. How hard is it to throw another chicken in the oven and break out another bottle of wine?” Hosting hordes with ease.” Patricia says. Upstairs and downstairs.
the low side table is made of wood from a tree Gerrity Lansing chopped down in the yard. the stool is from John Rosselli Antiques & Decorations. and the tablecloth is of a Lulu DK fabric. See Resources. Facing page: The sofa and armchair in the sunroom are by Crate & Barrel. the artwork was a gift from grandparents Carolina and Reinaldo Herrera. the bedding.com 219 .storemags & fantamag . and coverlet are by Matouk. In Carolina’s room. shams.magazines for all From Top: David Hockney paintings and lamps by Christopher Spitzmiller in the master bedroom. elledecor. and the cotton quilt is by Roberta Freymann.
Aaron bought his ﬁrst apartment in the 90-story Trump World Tower. every square inch of the health club. “It took me over three months to get a ﬁrst 220 True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .” he says. dreW aarOn. which was the tallest residential tower in the city when it was built. who is president of a familyowned paper-distribution company headquartered in Philadelphia. He spent his single. He knew its quirks. They diScOver a WhOle neW vieW Of life text by NaNcy Hass · PHotograPHy by William abraNoWicz Produced by aNita sarsidi Tall Order Drew Aaron figured he knew almost everything there was to know about the luxurious midtown Manhattan high rise he’d been living in for nearly a decade. Then. “I considered myself an expert on what was possible here. all the layouts. mOve TO an aparTmenT high abOve manhaTTan. club-hopping years trading up from one apartment to another in the bronze-glass skyscraper. in 2005. Aaron.When mOdel hana SOukupOva and her huSband. across the street from the United Nations. when it was still on the drawing board. met the young Czech model Hana Soukupova.
model Hana Soukupova. . This page: In the living room. and the prints in the library and entry are by Andy Warhol. the rug is by Sacco Carpet. in their Manhattan apartment. the red leather-top side table is by André Sornay. See Resources.storemags & fantamag . the cocktail table is by Michel Boyer.magazines for all Facing page: Drew Aaron and his wife. which was designed by Mark Cunningham. the architecture is by Michael Gilmore. which is ﬂanked by Willy Rizzo lamps. a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat hangs above a custom-made sofa by Cunningham.
Facing page: The entry’s Italian light ﬁxture by Barovier e Toso and console by André Sornay both date from the 1930s. the steel stools are midcentury. 222 True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . and the tar-and-spackle painting is by Donald Sultan. is displayed on an André Sornay table in the living room. a 1983 metal sculpture by Isamu Noguchi. See Resources.Cactus Wind.
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True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .Andy Warhol’s 1985 images of iconic corporate logos are displayed in the mahoganypaneled media room. the sectional is upholstered in a Rogers & Gofﬁgon fabric. the throw is by Hermès. See Resources. the 1970s cocktail table is by Paul Legeard. and the 1964 molded-ﬁberglass Half and Half chair is by Christian Germanaz. hangs next to a pair of World War II binoculars mounted on a tripod. a light installation by Julian Opie. Facing page: Ruth Smoking.
Neither of them knew much about furnishings.000-square-foot apartment. Gaston. And that sparked a journey of discovery for both of them. Soukupova spends much of her time on fashion shoots around the world or on catwalks for such labels as Gucci and Dior. The first thing Cunningham and project manager Alex Gaston did. was reclaim space in the 3. but she did want a big kitchen.magazines for all date. “We wanted to go outside of what was just comfortable. knew that developers of new buildings tend to emphasize sellable ﬂoor space. which includes works by Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.” he recalls.com 225 .” Aaron says. Mark Cunningham. “But after our ﬁrst dinner together— which lasted more than four hours—we both knew it was meant to be. who has worked in real estate. which means they sometimes elledecor. but they were eager to learn. so we wanted to push the boundaries— ours and the apartment’s.” A year later the couple were married. She’s hardly a homebody. with unfettered views of the East River and most of the city. working with architect Michael Gilmore. they craved an elegant yet informal space that would set off their art collection. and soon thereafter they bought a three-bedroom apartment on the 77th floor.” They informed the designer they chose. “This will probably be our last apartment before we start a family.storemags & fantamag .
True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . Facing page. the print is by Andy Warhol. FROM LeFT: The living room has views of the Chrysler and Empire State buildings. and the pendant lights are vintage. and the red painted-steel sculpture is by Alexander Liberman. and the Statue of Liberty. Warhol’s Campbell’s Soup Cans are displayed over paintedwood cabinets with hardware by the Nanz Company. Aaron and Soukupova in the kitchen with Lily. the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero. the East and Hudson rivers. See Resources. their French bulldog puppy.The light fixture in the library is by Maison Charles.
near-invisible storage.” SayS dreW aarOn. they had long been tearing images out of magazines. and photos of favorite hotel rooms. “and open to the underlying message. “because my wife and I are control freaks and don’t like to have anything lying around. They handed these over to Cunningham. The dining room became a media room. they gravitated to exactly that palette—soft elledecor. but after the designer created a series of inspiration boards. The kitchen. The team discovered space above the ceiling and was able to raise the height of most rooms from eight and a half feet to 12. once standard issue. “SO We WanTed TO puSh The bOundarieS— OurS and The aparTmenT’S” drop ceilings and conceal useful corners.” “They were comfortable learning a new vocabulary. Soukupova is “the least materialistic person I know.” The layout was reconfigured to better suit a young couple. One bedroom was turned into a spacious library.magazines for all “ThiS Will prObably be Our laST aparTmenT befOre We STarT a family. but he wanted her to have a closet “like the one in the ﬁrst Sex and the City movie. The demolition also uncovered places for artful. along with DVDs of the movies A Perfect Murder and The Game.com 227 . “and they are nice.” Aaron says. but it’s not the same as a real home.” so Cunningham made her a hideaway with suede-lined cubbies for her designer bags.” says Cunningham. “That was awesome. is now lofty and gleaming.” says Aaron. “I stay in a lot of hotels.” At first the couple didn’t want gray hues.storemags & fantamag .” Soukupova says. Though Aaron and Soukupova were neophytes. whose sets they admired. The master bedroom was combined with another bedroom to make a grand suite.
the walls are covered in a Romo fabric. the print is by Andy Warhol. In the master bath. and sconces by Ralph Lauren Home. the 1930s desk of Bakelite and stainless steel is by Donald Deskey. Facing page. a lacqueredglass stool from DDC. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . and the photograph is by David LaChapelle. See Resources.The sitting area of the master bedroom includes a painting by Christopher Wool and a metal-and-acrylic armchair by Paolo Pallucco and Mireille Rivier. a vintage ’40s chair. FROM TOp: A Damien Hirst painting hangs above a custom-made leather bed by Mark Cunningham.
“This has been more than just a project.” Aaron says.com 229 . energized by shots of red and orange. and I tend to get ﬁxated on things. more than a dozen of his pieces now punctuate the apartment.” And thanks to Gaston. They include a ten-foot-long crystal design in the entry and a 400pound steel ﬁxture above Aaron’s desk. Because the apartment is relatively spare.” The light fixtures are also crucial.” Aaron says. the couple discovered André Sornay. oldfashioned stuff. a new way of thinking. People have used this furniture—why would I want it? And my idea of antiques was a lot of ornate. A glass-and-steel cocktail table by Michel Boyer converted them.magazines for all tones that let their bold artworks speak. each piece the couple chose would have huge import. “It opened us up to a whole new world. all the time. Aaron shakes his head at the memory: “I thought. more than just making an apartment. “So for a while it was all Sornay.” But Cunningham introduced them to French midcentury style and industrial design.” he explains. period.storemags & fantamag .” elledecor. “I’m pretty intense. They initially balked at incorporating vintage furnishings. “I had always thought a cocktail table was a slab with four legs. “That table was a revelation. “I told them I didn’t want the place to look like a showroom.” Aaron says.
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and his sweeping gowns in bright.S. even though the tropical climate above: fashion designer Carlos Miele on the beach in florianópolis.” He chose a site in the Lagoa da Conceição district. He read books about architecture. he calls it—in Florianópolis. a patchwork-leather ottoman. off Brazil’s southern coast and a short ﬂight from his apartment in São Paulo. Facing Page: in the living area.” he says. he says.magazines for all Growing up in the Brazilian city of São Paulo. a woven-leather chair. A few years ago he realized that wish by designing a house—a sanctuary. glass houses are rare. and later came to meet and befriend professionals—“an informal education. Carlos Miele dreamed of becoming an architect. where I wouldn’t see my neighbors. Miele’s primary inspiration was the rectangular glass houses of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Philip Johnson. But even as his fashion career flourished (his clothing is now sold in more than 20 countries) and he developed an alternate career as a multimedia artist (his videos and installations have been shown at museums in Brazil and the United States).storemags & fantamag . painterly colors reﬂect his lifelong interest in the ﬁne arts. he found his true calling in fashion. which are mostly located in colder northern regions such as New England and the Midwestern U. 231 . Miele has surfed along the island’s beaches since he was 17. an antique sofa made of eucalyptus and a brass daybed upholstered in suede are grouped with a cocktail table of native pequi wood. the doors open to the garden. a cosmopolitan city on an island in the state of Santa Catarina. Miele never abandoned the desire to build his own home. where he built a midcenturyinspired glass house. Brazil. Oddly. “I wanted a place surrounded by landscape.” he says. and a handmade wool rug. while modernism thrives in Brazil. “The nature in this part of Brazil is still very strong. facing the wide lagoon from which the neighborhood takes its name. see resources. As an adult.
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cLocKWiSe From toP LeFt: the wall in the living area is made of stacked são tomé stone. the cowhide rug is handmade. pineapple. “On nights with a full moon. papaya. Mango. Every wall becomes.” he says.) “People are very classic here. Miele believes the surrounding environment is as important as the house itself.com 233 . and toucans and falcons nest in the garden. and the hanging chair is by armando Cerello. (The temperature in Florianópolis fluctuates between the 50s and 80s year round. underwater lamps put on a colorful light show. above: the elledecor. a philosophy he adopted from the parks and gardens designed by the great Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. Miele designed an 82-foot-long swimming pool. a mural of abundant trees and flowering plants. in effect. Miele designed the pequi-wood sectional in the living area. and the floor is paved in Brazilian stone. a traditional Brazilian building material. a Brazilian wood.” The enormous glass panes of Miele’s home turn the meticulously cultivated natural environment outside the windows into grand decor. During the day the pool serves as a mirror. the pool extends into the living area. He has encircled the glass box with indigenous rainforest trees and plants. you don’t need light inside. framed by a deck made from pinus. Rainstorms transform the house into a theater. and the deck is made of Brazilian pinus wood. at night. Miele’s house is raised nearly ﬁve feet off the ground. with one end in the garden and the other in the middle of the living area. Monkeys live in the trees. and guava all grow here. the chaise longue is by le Corbusier. “They like to copy Miami houses.storemags & fantamag . To further connect the two realms.magazines for all would seem to suit such open structures.” Miele says. so that it seems to ﬂoat on a sea of green. reﬂecting the light from outside. The designer’s 11 pool is lined in blue mosaic tiles. Facing Page.
the dining table is from southeastern Brazil. the kitchen cabinetry mixes stainless steel with nogueira wood from the country’s southeast region. and the bench on the terrace is carved out of pequi wood. From toP: the pool and rear façade at night. the floor is Brazilian stone. the clay vase and bowl were made by members of an indigenous tribe. the bamboo chairs are handcrafted. Facing Page. and the large photographs are from a performance Miele staged at the Kennedy Center. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .
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a tree commonly found in Brazil. Antiques. the portuguese bed is 18th century. and the bench is from Brazil’s southeast region. eucalyptus. in Miele’s bedroom. and Africans—and the interior of his Florianópolis home reﬂects that mélange. the floor of peroba wood. mix with a Le Corbusier chaise longue and a podlike chair composed of woven wattles that hangs from the ceiling beside the pool. Miele also has an apartment in New York and plans to build another house in the mountains of Brazil. I’ve collected each piece from a different experience or period of my life. among them a massive 18thcentury engraved wood bed from Portugal.” he says. nogueira. (“My other home is airports. Brazil. is a mixture of nationalities— Europeans. “I don’t like a house that looks very ‘decorated. Americans. but are occasionally given full run of the grounds. the wool coverlet is handmade. is topped with a cowhide. a model and swimsuit designer. are inveterate travelers.” Many of the furnishings are constructed from Brazilian woods: pequi. Miele points out. a blond-and-russet Brazilian stone. indigenous tribes. which he thinks of as an extension of himself.the master bath’s zigzag chair is made of nogueira wood. such as modern or contemporary. “The only things I don’t like are walls. and the print is by the são paulo artist alberto simon. “It feels like a part of me— everything open and integrated. D. “I don’t see boundaries between styles. Ana Gequelin.’” he says.C. the open shower and tub are sheathed in Brazilian granite.” True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . The dining area is dominated by oversize photographs from a performance piece staged by Miele at the John F.) But he hopes someday to retire to his place in Florianópolis. he and his girlfriend. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. From LeFt: German shepherds live in a kennel on the property. An interior dividing wall is made of imperfectly aligned stacks of São Tomé.” he says.
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Kalup side table by Moura Starr. FACING PAGE: Jewel Votive table lamp by Baker. painted in Witching Hour by Benjamin Moore. Gino S. See Resources. Troia bowl by Pampaloni from Bergdorf Goodman.FROM TOP: Gio pendant lamp from Room. Background constructed by John Novajosky of ceiling tiles by Architectural Products by Outwater. 238 True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . lamp by José Esteves for Intérieurs. Leather credenza by BDDW.
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Armand Riviera pendant lamp by Arteriors Home. Chrysanthemum candleholder by Ted Muehling. FROM TOP: Solar bowl by Calvin Klein Home. Treasure bowl by Sieger by Fürstenberg.FROM LEFT: Stanley pendant lamp by Original BTC. Metallic Kyoto tray by Calvin Klein Home. FROM TOP: Lawrence box by Ralph Lauren Home. Couronne mirror by Bisazza Home. The Fool on the Hill stool by Moroso. Silver nautilus shell by Verdura. Arcane bracelet by Hermès. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .
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True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . the chairs are upholstered in a Designers Guild fabric. and the tree sculpture is a C.In the living room of the Manhattan apartment of cosmetics executive Jeanine Lobell and actor Anthony Edwards. and the 1940s sleigh chairs are from High Style Deco. which was decorated by Rafael de Cárdenas. and the framed wallpaper panel is by de Gournay. Jeré piece. the sectional sofa and cocktail table are by Cárdenas. the curtains are of a Stark fabric. See Resources. and the rugs are Chinese Art Deco. the vases are by Robert Kuo. Facing page: The games area features an artwork by Jean-François Debongnie.
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Fast-forward to today. actor Anthony Edwards. the walls are Venetian plaster. the free-spirited Lobell shot shimmer and sparkle through her ﬂirty lip. 17 years ago. and they don’t want anything expected. their four children. Never one to follow the rules.’” Ownership seems to come naturally to the gregarious Lobell. not to mention personality. “which says a lot about the kind of people they are. the Gustavian-style table.” She found a kindred spirit in architect and designer Rafael de Cárdenas. “He said. stylish cartoon women.” the designer says. a makeup artist whose unapologetically bold color sense rattled the beauty industry when she created Stila. eye. and a pair of parakeets. you need to get your own hot-dog stand. ‘Honey. See Resources. .” she says. “We lived in a rambling Spanishstyle house in L.” she says of her father. But I wanted this place to reﬂect our current life. The family decamped to Manhattan from Los Angeles several years ago. two Chihuahuas. a former fashion and production designer whose interiors. and the rug is by Madeline Weinrib. This was at a time when most companies were putting out low-key brown and beige palettes in sedate and elegant packaging. though this time the subject happens to be the Park Avenue apartment she shares with her husband. and he pointed to this little hot-dog vendor.” says Lobell. her cosmetics line. “We were walking together on the street.magazines for all Jeanine Lobell traces her success to a day out with her father in her native Sweden when she was a teenager. cabinet. and mirror were found in Sweden. who supported her artistic endeavors from an early age.A. which is hardly quiet. that he owned that hot-dog stand.. “He explained that nobody was telling the man to spread the mustard just so for maximum productivity. They’re brave. “I rarely need to get formal approval for my choices from my clients. and face products and branded them with sprightly. spinning the color wheel fearlessly. “and serene shades seemed to suit it. effect a gravitational pull on the creative (read: risk-taking) crowd. In the foyer.storemags & fantamag .” From leFt: The dining room walls are covered in a vintage wallpaper from Secondhand Rose. fashion photographs by Melvin Sokolsky are displayed above a 1960s Brazilian credenza. and Lobell is still at it.
Having sold Stila. Then again.” exclaims Lobell. They married in Reno—on the drive back to California from a getaway weekend—on impulse. Not that the actor doesn’t have his own design genes—his maternal grandfather was the architect of the original Walt Disney Studios in Burbank. “That gorgeous fuchsia? I just had to live with it. “Jeanine is very exacting on that subject. the True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . Lobell is now Creative Director of Kevyn Aucoin Beauty. a room that hints at both what Lobell calls her split personality and what lies beyond. California. they purchased a painting of poppies. Lobell and Edwards are nothing if not gutsy. Along the way. For every space with eye-popping vertical surfaces—the moody purply-blue bedroom. She is also overseeing a line of cosmetics for the über-hip boutique Opening Ceremony. 248 elledecor. And her husband? “I like what Jeanine likes. the kitchen’s acid-green cabinets. Shoe4Africa. and an oil painting brought back from India her informal approach and passion for the exotic. it got to the point where Cárdenas found himself suggesting that Lobell might want to exercise a little color restraint.But Cárdenas admits that when it came to choosing a palette for the 5. a full floor in a prewar building achieved by his deft marriage of two apartments. and the living room’s color scheme was born. as one might imagine—don’t call it lavender if it’s lilac!” he warns. That flamboyant fuchsia shows up again in the generous foyer.” Edwards says wryly. a pair of simple lamps her lack of pretension. The supersaturated Venetian-plaster walls express her penchant for glamour. trekked around the world with their son and three daughters—ages ﬁve to 13 at the time—for a full year.com This is a couple who. He runs the New York City marathon every year to raise money for his favorite charity.000-square-foot space. the 1960s wall-spanning credenza her love for midcentury design. ﬁlling the very big shoes left behind by the beloved founder of the brand. Indeed. not long ago. he deferred to the queen of color. atypical advice from such an audacious designer. which is funding the ﬁrst children’s hospital to be built in sub-Saharan Africa.
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” he says. A heavy cherry-red Samburu bead necklace brought back from Africa holds pride of place in Edwards’s ofﬁce. A pair of bottle-green chandeliers pops against the petal-pink walls of the living room. drawings. Looks like the Lobell-Edwards clan is positively exuberant. your space will reﬂect that. collages. paintings. of who you really are. the hallway’s playful field of green— there is another in which the walls recede so that the furnishings and art can dazzle. and photos—male portraits in his. 250 elledecor. “but that’s why the place is so exciting—because it’s just harmonious enough.” says Cárdenas. but for Cárdenas. If you’re happy with your life. In the couple’s adjoining ofﬁces.” Weaving together such a broad range of passions might throw a less intrepid designer off. it’s as it should be.com True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . “A home should be a distillation of your interests. “In every room there are one or two pieces that don’t really go in the conventional sense.exuberant chinoiserie wallpaper in the dining room. females in hers—are hung salon style.
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True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . This page: The living room’s vintage armchairs are by Milo Baughman.Foreign exchange Text by Ingrid Abramovitch · Photography by William Abranowicz · Portrait by Rebecca Greenfield · Produced by Anita Sarsidi Star hairStyliSt Frédéric Fekkai and hiS wiFe. the window shades are of a Zimmer + Rohde silk. Shirin von Wulffen. Mixing FaMily hiStory with perSonal Flair Facing page: Celebrity hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai and his wife. the tripod table is by Hervé Van der Straeten. with their daughter. and the 18th-century daybed is covered in a graphic print by Chapas Textiles. Shirin von wulFFen. and the rug is a 19th-century Oushak. take a continental approach in their Manhattan duplex. at their Manhattan apartment. See Resources. Cecilia. which was designed by Robert Couturier.
Three years later Safavieh’s exquisite antique Persians anchor the decor in Von Wulffen and Fekkai’s duplex apartment overlooking Central Park. the couple turned to the 253 . the Yaraghis. one of Safavieh’s owners. when Von Wulffen moved to New York. who recognized in the grown woman the four-year-old she once had been. “We still have a rug that belongs to your parents. Just as Von Wulffen has brought her past into their home. The last her parents had heard.magazines for all long beFore she married celebrity hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai.” said Ahmad Yaraghi. Her parents. her husband has contributed an aesthetic shaped by growing up in antiques-ﬁlled houses in the South of France. Later. her parents asked her to keep an eye out for the brothers’ rug shop. Shirin von Wulffen spent her childhood in prerevolutionary Iran. Germans who owned and worked on an Iranian farm. Newly married. where they opened a carpet business on Madison Avenue. The man behind the desk looked up and addressed her without skipping a beat. a large home-furnishings store that deals in antique Persian rugs. One day she noticed Safavieh. the Yaraghi brothers had also ﬂed Iran that year for New York City. and went inside to ask if anyone had heard of the Yaraghis. left the country after the 1979 revolution and moved to Virginia—but not before buying several Persian rugs from a family of venerable rug merchants.” he told her.storemags & fantamag . “You must be Shirin.
clockwise From Top: A set of polyhedral cocktail tables by Mattia Bonetti and a French side table in the living room. See Resources. the vintage armchair and ottoman are by Walter & Moretti. The library’s ’60s boomerang desk is by Maurice Calka. Facing page. and the cloisonné lamp is from the 1950s. In the hallway. the console is by Hervé Van der Straeten and the herringbone mirror is by Tommi Parzinger. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . the 18th-century chair is by Georges Jacob. and the rug is an 18th-century Agra.A Jean Dubuffet painting is displayed above the living room sofa.
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the interior decoration is based on a color scheme of jewel tones that radiate warmth and glamour throughout the space. the couple went on several trips to France to buy furniture and art. The wall of custom-made cabinetry is Shaker-inspired. “We were looking for a townhouse but were concerned about the amount of time we spend traveling. a home’s palette is arrived at through a process of deduction. Cecilia (Fekkai also has a teenage son.” Couturier says. since Von Wulffen’s pale blond good looks are the yin to her husband’s oliveskinned. from a previous marriage). cozy feel. “I believe that if a person doesn’t look good in a certain color. “There is such a tendency to do beige in New York. a house in Tuscany.com True PDF release: storemags & fantamag . See Resources. The apartment is one of seven two-story units in a small Upper East Side building. dark-haired yang. I wanted that same rich. Here he sought out colors that would work with the urban architecture and bring life to the rooms in both winter and summer. and blue). From the ruby silk-velvet wall covering above the library’s ﬁreplace to the Louis XVI–style dining chairs in citrine suede. “It’s safe and beautiful.” Fekkai says.” Inspired by the layered look of Parisian apartments. New York.” For Couturier. and a 17th-century bastide in Provence. and a 1960s Maurice Calka “boomerang” desk for 256 elledecor. and the photograph is by Candida Höfer. Alexandre. He candidly admits he also searches for hues that will flatter a room’s occupants—which posed a challenge in this case. who have a one-yearold daughter. But growing up in France.” Fekkai says. New York–based interior designer Robert Couturier for help in fusing their tastes while giving their home a modern touch. “So we found an amazing compromise: a duplex apartment with a townhouse feel. The manageable scale appealed to the couple. white. French-born. we always had color. Facing page: An Hervé Van der Straeten chandelier is suspended above a 1988 Italian table in the dining room. then they won’t be happy in their space. and who also own a farm in Millbrook. a modern Hervé Van der Straeten steel console for the hallway. the Maison Jansen chairs are upholstered in an Edelman suede.From leFT: The artwork in the kitchen is by Von Wulffen’s cousin Julia von Eichel. There Couturier and his team led them to a Jean Dubuffet painting for the living room (in Franco-American red.
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’70s furniture does not!” In the master bedroom. he doesn’t take himself too seriously. resonant with her family history. mirrored pieces. Couturier mixed playful Pop Art– inspired furnishings with Louis XVI shapes. with its upholstered walls. “He invited us to collaborate and take part in creating the decor. “it’s a beautiful illustration of the invisible threads that bring people together. “I think ’60s furniture goes incredibly well with 258 elledecor. a contemporary painting pops over the mantel.” True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .” Fekkai says. “Mind you. that makes the room speak so eloquently.” Back in New York. which doubles as Fekkai’s home office. In the living room.the library. Meanwhile. “Robert made the whole process fun.” she says. and fanciful bed. And while he has a great sense of culture. “To me. For Von Wulffen it’s this last detail. a soft red antique Persian rug from Safavieh forms an elegant backdrop.com 18th-century French furniture.” Couturier says. an 18th-century daybed upholstered in a graphic black-and-white fabric faces a pair of steel-backed 1960s chairs recovered in orange silk velvet.
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such as the size of the entrance hall and the size of the living room. I saved the original ﬁreplace and chimney. BELOW: The plan of the 4. I just gave it a new limestone surround to bring it up to date. I’m a big fan of the Bauhaus era and love International Style. MASTER BEDROOM ENTRANCE HALL GUEST ROOM LIVING ROOM FRONT DECK house wasn’t inspired by the Parthenon! I just wanted something clean and modern that They also have a stateliness unusual for a w modernist space. ED: The rooms are tall and generous in scale. The front deck of interior designer Mikhail Dantes’s home in Denver. which is on a hilltop overlooking Denver. MD: There were some details of the previous GALLERY OFFICE DINING ROOM COLONNADE CLOSET KITCHEN COURTYARD house I wanted to retain. Basically I wanted a home with few rooms. On the Rise ELLE DECOR: I always admire people who EmIlY mINToN REDfIElD. MIKHAIL DANTES: I bought the property for wasn’t cold. transforming a 1950s ranch house into a spare and serene pavilion in the sky. MD: I go to Greece every year. too. You spent four years planning every detail before breaking ground. ED: The house you built is so serene. elledecor.com 261 . though. an up-and-coming designer creates a personal retreat. but I lived in it anyway. Interview by Mitchell Owens take their time before building a new house. PRoDucED BY SuSAN VIcToRIA AND mINDY PANTIEl In Denver.000-square-foot house. The house was a 1950s ranch that wasn’t worth reworking. The family room. ED: You didn’t tear the original house down DEN POOL LOGGIA the land. who came up with the perfect replacement house for the lot. It’s almost like a temple.storemags & fantamag . That four years gave me time to collaborate with Scott Parker of Nest Architectural Design. because you can’t build open woodburning fireplaces in Denver anymore. but I swear the completely. and numerous outdoor spaces. high ceilings. See Resources. lots of light.magazines for all DESIGN SOLUTIONS The original living room fireplace is now faced in limestone.
ED: What are some of the materials you used throughout the house? MD: White stucco for the exterior walls. w 262 A large window in the kitchen looks onto the front courtyard. True PDF release: storemags & fantamag EmIlY mINToN REDfIElD concrete for the exterior columns. MD: I prefer glass doors to windows. but mix hard and soft elements together to keep it from seeming chilly. to the tall. which are between 13 and 17 feet high. ED: There are very few windows. which is a striking departure. The living and dining rooms. including leather. poured ED: The use of mosaics and marble in the bathrooms feels both modern and ancient. Being a designer. I didn’t use many moldings either. I was careful about creating a spatial experience. and linen. I’m sensitive to materials that have a tactile quality. narrow. wool. especially when the materials are married to creamy plaster walls. . I like the formality of having separate rooms that flow into each other—which is great when you have big parties. from the ceilings. silk. opening doors when the weather is nice creates a whole different atmosphere than just opening windows.DESIGN SOLUTIONS The loggia and lap pool at the rear of the house. and riftcut oak for the floors and to frame the interior doorways. That’s the key to minimal design: Keep it extremely simple. MD: many modern houses have open floor plans that offer no surprises. rectangular shape of the doors and windows. cotton. So I chose all-natural fabrics and coverings.
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White walls with dark floors make me happy.DESIGN SOLUTIONS MD: I’m a big fan of mosaic floors in bath- The spacious entrance hall. and a big table in the kitchen. You want to make the most of it by keeping the rooms restrained. The master bath has a mosaic-tile floor and walls sheathed in statuary marble. so play hard surfaces against soft fabrics. too. I hadn’t planned on using any window coverings. ED: The restrained palette of the house WHAT THE PROS KNOW • Dantes uses glass doors rather than windows to give rooms a sense of airiness. The house is very secluded. when polished to a subtle sheen. which gives the space a natural frame. marble against plaster. In the master bathroom. 264 elledecor. and of the way the material feels underfoot. so I could get away with that. the alcove that contains the shower and sunken tub is lined with slabs of marble whose edges project about an inch from the plaster wall. • Establish dining areas inside and out to create different moods when entertaining. metal against wood. It’s a subtle detail that provides a lot of impact. Did you plan it that way? MD: Black. MD: I have large dinner parties there in the summer. But there’s a dining room indoors. Poured concrete. gray. Doors designed with openings that almost reach the ceiling make any room seem larger. for more formal evenings. Terraces and porches broaden the possibilities while adding friendliness and ease to the architecture. with a dozen people around the 14foot-long table. ED: my favorite spot in the house is the Clean-lined furnishings in the master bedroom. and white is a combina- tion I never tire of. • A limited palette needs varying textures to keep the decor scheme intriguing. rooms. loggia overlooking the pool. seems to defer to the landscape. similar to how the windows throughout the house meet the ceilings. We have great light in Denver. can be as elegant as rare marble— and is more affordable. All my friends cook. so they take over the kitchen. • High ceilings and enfilades that line up doors and windows make a house feel spacious. my job is easy—arranging the flowers and setting the table.com True PDF release: storemags & fantamag EmIlY mINToN REDfIElD . which I use most of the time. And I love veined statuary marble.
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Page 166: New York Parties: Private Views. x 54" w. bowl.. $199. Page 90: International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show (for information: 212-642-8572. #809031. in cyclamen. x 54" w.250.com). 2 Eva Low hardwood-and-mirror chest of drawers. both by Wolf (for information: 800-332-9513.900. Tablecloth of PageS 206–13: Ralph Lauren (for information: ralphlauren. mgbwhome. from fall/winter 2010. #2194.com). $80/sm. duralee. #SRC5. (for information: 631-5987000. Custom-made silk rug. londonjewelers. ruzzettiandgow.395. x 48. iPod and iPad by Apple (for information: apple.com). (for information: 212-706-1025. by Julian Chichester (for information: 336-886-2454. PageS 206–07: In library. Ballon Bleu stainless-steel watch by Cartier (for information: 800-227-8437. (for information: 877-768-6428. 11 Alpaca-and-Mongolian-fur top. from Bloomingdale's (for information: bloomingdales. #RL1145-30. all by Astier de Villatte from ABC Carpet & Home (for information: 212-473-3000.com). x. Snow Leopard cotton bath towels.com). markalbrechtstudio. w 266 elledecor. osborneandlittle. in antiqued silver leaf.com). richommeinc. Langham stainless-steel desk. Scrivania sequoia-wood. $1. wyethome. bisazza. all by John Robshaw Textiles (for information: 212-594-6006.com).com). to the trade from Highland Court (for showrooms: 800-275-3872.com).com). $3. #PRC802. Leopard Print cotton-rayon. $139/yd. with crocodile-skin covering by Richomme Inc.com). in pearl/multi and anthracite/multi.. vonlintel. ralphlaurenhome. PageS 78–80: Jason Wu (for information: jasonwustudio. to the trade from Schumacher (for showrooms: 800-523-1200. ralphlaurenhome. in orange/pink on white. ddcnyc.com). in sand. $395. #190034H-409. to the trade from Stark Carpet (for showrooms: 212-752-9000. (for information: 631-598-7000. WHaT'S HOT! Page 128: Natalie Massenet of Net-a-Porter (for information: net-a-porter. #SRT486G. pollackassociates.com).. arteriorshome. Architecture by Michael Neumann Architecture (for information: 212-675-2285. johnrobshaw. and Triangular Love stainless-steel-and-copper lamp.com). published by Rizzoli (for information: rizzoliusa.com). 10 Donnabella acacia-and-mirror chest.com). mallettantiques. Inc.. in mirror. at the Park Avenue Armory (for information: 212-616-3930. 4 Cabochon cotton.com). by Cartier (for information: 800-227-8437. x 12. $429/yd.com). Tablecloths. Lazy Susan lacquered-wood dining table.. Page 134: Thomas Nozkowski is represented by The Pace Gallery (for information: 212-421-3292. by Arteriors Home (for information: arteriorshome. giancarlovalle.5" w. Clarabelle faceted cordial glasses. In living room.310. Hugo iron-and-cowhide X-base bench. Fauve Sheer linen. by Designers Guild. #SR4.com).com). #SRC4.. (for information: 631-267-3401. by Knoll (for information: knoll. markalbrechtstudio. Custom-made stainless-steel lamps. Parallel stainlesssteel-and-lacquer occasional table. from ABC Carpet & Home (for information: 212-473-3000.. by Bottega Veneta (for information: 877-362-1715.com).com). DO30-2U-S. #2640330.com). x 22" w.400/lg. RSVP TReND aLeRT Page 122: 1 #14987-658 cotton-rayon.. In living room. Animal-print pony-skin handbag. Page 164: China tableware by Marchesa by Lenox from Bloomingdale's (for information: bloomingdales. #1097891.com).com). Vintage steel ﬂoor lamps from Wyeth (for information: 212-243-3661..com). by Ralph Lauren Home. centuryfurniture.com True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .com). #19410-388. by Etamine. by Marc Jacobs (for information: 212-343-1490).com). Page 86: Bed linens by Vera Wang from Bloomingdale's (for information: bloomingdales.com). to the trade from Schumacher (for showrooms: 800-523-1200.. x 17" d. romo. SHORTLIST Kazak linen-cotton. curreyandcompany.. katielydoninteriors. to the trade from Quadrille (for showrooms: 212-753-2995. Page 210: In entrance hall. starkcarpet. by Designers Guild. Strand stainless-steel-and-rosewood dining table. georgjensen. #3300011. bowl. Floral arrangements by Belle Fleur NYC (for information: 212-254-8703. to the trade from Osborne & Little.750.com) from George Smith (for information: 212-226-4747. x 11" d. 39.com).com). Architecture by Giancarlo Valle (for information: 646-9262224.com). by Ralph Lauren Home. thepacegallery. WHaT'S HOT! PeOPLe clarencehouse. Boys' non-iron Supima oxford shirt by Brooks Brothers (for information: 800-274-1815.com). by USA Pan for Williams-Sonoma (for information: 800-541-1262. all by Ruzzetti and Gow (for information: 212-327-4281. $2. to the trade from Fortuny (for showrooms: 212-753-7153. fortuny. x 41" w. In living room alcove. $785. 76" h. #5165101.com).com). In library. Mitra stainless-steel dinner spoons. in chrome ﬁnish.. #188791-VEEM1. custom-made lacquer shelving by Daniel DeMarco and Assoc. $2. bellefleurny. $4. by Givenchy. #N-444-01. elenis. 5 Inox High stainless-steel console tables. 6 Polidoro silk blend. quadrillefabrics.. in pink satin. x 24" w.com).com).800. Leopard-print silk dress. abchome. 3 Despina viscose blend. $150. dolcegabbana.350. #LFY50300F.com). georgesmith. upholstered in Stonewashed linen.com).com). in teak. 30" h. pillows. to the trade from Mark Albrecht (for information: 718-786-9860. custom-made sectional. $17. ft.com). x 36" w. cartier. robertstilin. #SF5042. to the trade from Mark Albrecht (for information: 718-786-9860.com). to the trade from Mark Albrecht. ralphlaurenhome. bottegaveneta. in sapphire.com).com). markalbrechtstudio.com).995. upholstered in Burnley Capri leather. custom-made stainless-steel mirror.com). duralee. (for information: 212-226-4706. Motorcycle #1 by Joseph Stashkevetch from Von Lintel Gallery (for information: 212-242-0599. Page 132: Sharon Core is represented by Yancey Richardson Gallery (for information: 646-230-9610. olystudio.. $4. carrierandcompany. $85/ med.com). and #1097893. calicocorners.com). Rosette-detailed wool-crepe dress by Valentino. in rust. Atmos 561 clock. #6406.com). all upholstered in Stonewashed linen. by William Yeoward Crystal (for information: 800-818-8484. #RL1145-30. $1.com).5" h. ralphlaurenhome. (for information: 212-226-4706. $1. Hero by Greg Lauren (for information: greglauren.
storemags & fantamag .magazines for all .
com).com). vintage French oak chair from L'Art de Vivre (for information: 212-734-3510). in yellow gold. gloster. $10. in magenta. by Original BTC from Horne (for information: 877-404-6763. by Designers Guild. architectureatlarge. by Ralph Lauren Home (for information: 888-475-7674. by Arteriors Home (for information: 877-488-8866. Box 503. custom-made sofa by Mark Cunningham. Egret Collection I wool rug. #1666.com). nanz. COLORFUL CHaRaCTeRS Page 238: Gio bronze pendant lamp.com). #42467. #6810. Treasure gold-plate bowl. #76501005. by Surevolution (for information: 212-255-6928. weddlegilmore. in anvil/silver. by Crate & Barrel (for information: 800-967-6696. Page 222: Vintage mahogany table by André Sornay from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-777-8209. to the trade from C.com). upholstered in Morskaya viscose blend.com). $150. (for information: 708-409-9800. and Bayside armchair.com). $465/sm. ralphlaurenhome. bgoecklerantiques. #107132. #CP10-WH-SP. by Mark Cunningham. surevolution. 1970s glass-and-steel cocktail table by Paul Legeard from L'Art de Vivre (for information: 212-734-3510). Page 240: Stanley hammered-brass pendant.com). Page 239: Jewel Votive cast-bronze table lamp. zimmer-rohde. and vintage mahogany console by André Sornay. Vintage oak desk chairs by André Sornay from Bernd Goeckler Antiques. to the trade from Osborne & Little (for showrooms: 877-322-7420. #KO20078-5703.. robertkuo. Vintage wood-andglass cocktail table by Jacques Adnet from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-777-8209. PageS 220–21: In living room. both from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-7778209.. amyperlinantiques. 40052054 Canadian Registration Number 126018209RT0001 Return undeliverable Canadian addresses to: P.com). in platinum. to the trade from Romo (for showrooms: 800-338-2783. by Sieger by Fürstenberg from Michael C. pascalboyergallery. subzero. $125/med. #222. by Tom Dixon for Dune (for information: 212-9256171. Fina (for information: 800-289-3462. johnrosselliantiques. abchome. by Calvin Klein Home (for information: 212-292-9000. Gourd vase. with ﬁxed brass pulls. Gino S. Vintage nickel-plate-and-glass cocktail table by Michel Boyer from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-777-8209. upholstered in Lyrical Legends leather.com). from Room (for information: 888-420-7666. mourastarr. walls covered in Merino wool.com). by Mark Cunningham. all of Peking glass by Robert Kuo (for information: 212-229-2020. to the trade from Holland & Sherry (for showrooms: 212-355-6241.net). Caneva brass vase.com). PageS 244–45: In living room. and Pearl cotton-matelassé coverlet. $118. in grey. odegardinc. by Benjamin Moore (for information: 800-672-4686. in gold.136. $6. $16. by Bisazza Home (for information: 212-334-7130. by Architectural Products by Outwater (for information: 800-835-4400.com). J. #M3733KS. surevolution. In games area.com).com).com). $560.. arteriorshome.com). $8. carlosmiele. starting at $41/gal. shawﬂoors. vintage wallpaper from Secondhand Rose (for information: 212-393-9002.290.com). painted in Witching Hour. Page 241: Tower aluminum shelving unit. #M3735KS. $215. weddlegilmore. by Travers. #120511701. to the trade from Sacco Carpet (for showrooms: 212-226-4344. verdura. in blue parakeet. by Devi for Surevolution (for information: 212-255-6928. custom-made cabinetry by Michael Gilmore (for information: 480-517-5055. in satin gold. #92705-09.com). by Verdura (for information: 212-758-3388.com). Domino lacquered-glass stool by Piero Lissoni from DDC (for information: 212-685-0800. in grey. Page 242: Bamboo Leaf brass bowl.com). romofabrics.com). Chrysanthemum sterling-silver candleholder. Curtains of Smock polyester-cotton.com). by Odegard Inc.com True PDF release: storemags & fantamag .com). classicsofa.com).com).com). starkcarpet. maryryangallery. #76059103. Troia gold-plate bowl.com). to the trade from John Rosselli Antiques & Decorations (for showrooms: 212-750-0060. Cotton quilt. #8324. dovecote-westport. anthonylawrence. to the trade from Sacco Carpet (for showrooms: 212-226-4344. Richmond Hill ON L4B 4R6 E-mail: elledecor@emailcustomerservice. by José Esteves for Intérieurs (for information: 212-343-0800.com). #428310. morosousa. and Ten Facet vase. in orange. #1623. ralphlaurenhome. PageS 246–47: In dining room. Page 227: In kitchen.. saccocarpet.com). hermes. Custom Club chairs. Biomorphic resin console. Plaid Pistes cashmere blanket. #DE10329. #M3734KS. saccocarpet. x 22" w. custom-made sectional by Rafael de Cárdenas.com). hollandandsherry. by Sub-Zero (for information: 800-222-7820. #120211697.800. #736TCI.com). Kalup lacquer-and-crystal side table.com).. Antique Chinese Art Deco wool rugs from ABC Carpet & Home (for information: 212-473-3000.com). of polyurethane ceiling tiles. $395. Page 243: Bronze Copper Shade polycarbonate lamp.resources aLL aBOUT eaSe PageS 214–15: In living room.com). to the trade from The Nanz Company. by Tom Dixon from Property (for information: 917-237-0123. Vintage glass-and-nickel pendant lights by Sergio Mazza for Artemide from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-777-8209. by Lelievre. dune-ny. Page 228: Custom-made sofa by Mark Cunningham. by Pampaloni from Bergdorf Goodman (for information: 800-558-1855. Solar metal bowl. 25. abchome. #105628B. Metallic Kyoto lacquer tray. in fumée. olystudio. in grey. in white. clarencehouse. TaLL ORDeR PageS 220–29: Hana Soukupova (for information: hanasoukupova. michaelcﬁna. in grey.com). #TDQ101.com). Melrose sofas. Page 223: Vintage Italian light ﬁxture by Barovier e Toso. #11113-3. to the trade from Stark (for showrooms: 212-752-9000. crateandbarrel. to the trade from The Nanz Company (for information: 212-367-7000.com).com). in black tie. saccocarpet. #H0-0006-0464.com). by Moroso (for information: 800-705-6863. $230. Vintage Hollywood high-back ebonized-walnut sleigh chairs from High Style Deco (for information: 212-647-0035. Tar and Spackle Flowers by Donald Sultan from Mary Ryan Gallery (for information: 212-397-0669. from ABC Carpet & Home (for information: 212-473-3000. christopherspitzmiller. in blush pink. #SW264.. #943039. roomonline.500. #7629. markcunninghaminc. upholstered in Rive Gauche mohair velvet.225. The Fool on the Hill ceramic stool.com).com). World War II mirror-polished-aluminum binoculars from Nicholas Brawer Gallery (for information: NaTURaL INSTINCT PageS 230–37: Carlos Miele (for information: 646-3366642.com). in baluga. magenxxcentury. in diamond.com). by Oly (for information: 775-336-2100.com). in silver. (for information: 212-752-8484.com). tedmuehling.com). upholstered in Huddersﬁeld wool. Page 218: Bayside Apartment sofa. Egret Collection III silk-and-viscose rug. #S320. bergdorfgoodman.com). $17.050. produced by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair (for information: 212-206-8820. Delft ceramic lamps. to the trade from Rogers & Gofﬁgon (for showrooms: 203-532-8068). #LI131.com).com).com). (for showrooms: 212-688-6121. by Christopher Spitzmiller Inc.com). steel lamp. both in hydrangea. Bermuda Black Bead horn-and-ribbon necklace. to the trade from Clarence House (for showrooms: 800-2214704.com). to the trade from Lulu DK (for showrooms: 212-223-4234. On terrace. produced by Classic Sofa (for information: 212-620-0485.com).com). Vintage red leather-and-wood side table by André Sornay from Magen H Gallery (for information: 212-777-8670.490/med. propertyfurniture. Leather-and-bronze credenza.com).com).O. in black. benjaminmoore.com).com). produced by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair (for information: 212-206-8820. #MSS4501. produced by Anthony Lawrence-Belfair (for information: 212-206-8820. by Armani/Casa (for information: 212-334-1271. Cosmopolitan hardwood ﬂooring. x 29" h. $3. Background constructed by John Novajosky (for information: e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. PageS 216–17: In library. PageS 224–25: Custom-made sectional by Mark Cunningham.. bakerfurniture. Page 219: In master bedroom. #428205. Lotus gold-plate candle stand. #RL19021PN. by Mark Cunningham. $24 ea. bgoecklerantiques. Vintage Danish lacqueredsteel stools from Amy Perlin Antiques (for information: 212-593-5756. $600/lg.com 268 elledecor. hollandandsherry. degournay. Silver nautilus shell. Armand Riviera iron pendant. $1.com). cjpeters. Drew Aaron (for information: aaronpaper. Hammer Tone brass bowl. anthonylawrence. (for information: 800-670-8836. $13/sq. saccocarpet. anthonylawrence.. by Moura Starr (for information: 212-888-9058.com). 212-772-2664. #1050000077. #2120-30. by Povl Eskildsen for Gloster (for information: 888-456-7837. by BDDW (for information: 212-625-1230. shophorne.800. Peters (for showrooms: 212-752-1198. hermes.com). by Mark Cunningham. by Mecox Gardens (for information: 800-487-4854.com). #F1068-03.com). in dark mulled. ft.com). christopherhyland. both in snow. armchair upholstered in Grammont Print linen. Window shades and throw pillows of Flowering Quince linen. Refrigerator/freezer. from The Selected Works of Tony Duquette Collection by Baker (for information: 800-5922537. upholstered in Paso horsehair-cotton. to the trade from Holland & Sherry (for showrooms: 212-355-6241. by Roberta Roller Rabbit (for information: robertarollerrabbit.. In master bath. by Marco Bicego from Neiman Marcus (for information: neimanmarcus. Page 229: In master bedroom. mecoxgardens.com). by Sieger by Fürstenberg from Michael C. 78" l. luludk.com). upholstered in Biarritz cotton-cashmere.com).com). SHOPPINg: PReCIOUS MeTaLS PageS 244–51: Interior design by Rafael de Cárdenas of Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd. Lawrence silver-plate box. in sapphire. $4. vintage mahogany chairs by Modernage from Pascal Boyer Gallery (for information: 212-242-5594. by Hermès (for information: 800-441-4488. Chelsea gilded-paper wall panel by de Gournay (for information: 212-564-9750. #752001. #1094381. Cairo 18K-yellow-gold bracelet. in satin nickel. keleenleathers. to the trade from Sacco Carpet (for showrooms: 212-226-4344. Ventura teak sofas. Couronne gold-and-glass-mosaic mirror. by Keleen Leathers Inc. michaelcﬁna. RPO West Beaver Creek.405. ddcnyc. Berling Triple polished-nickel sconces. $505/med. Tian Chiu vase. $4. bgoecklerantiques. Asymmetrical copper bowl. bgoecklerantiques. by Calvin Klein Home.com).com). in honeydew. to the trade from Christopher Hyland Inc..com).com).com). osborneandlittle. Egret Collection IV wool-andsilk rug. from The Selected Works of Tony Duqette Collection by Baker (for information: 800-592-2537. #BY528. by Ted Muehling (for information: 212-431-3825. bgoecklerantiques. in green. by Matouk (for information: 508-997-3444. nicholasbrawer.com).com). Tablecloth of Paradiso cotton-linen. in red bean. $65. armanicasa. #15425. $325/lg. Matroschka porcelain egg cup.com).5" dia.com). $1. outwater. Egret Collection II silk-blend rug. to the trade from Zimmer + Rohde (for showrooms: 203-327-1400. (for information: 212-563-1144. $405/ lg..com). w Publications Mail Agreement No. Interior design by Mark Cunningham Inc. $8. interieurs. in gold plate..com).com). in light grey heather. $9. Tufted Hoof wood stool. matouk. $566. in grey.247. by Roost from Dovecote (for information: 203-222-7714.com). $2. $100/sm.com).915. Page 226: Vintage metal-and-Lucite chandelier by Maison Charles from Bernd Goeckler Antiques (for information: 212-777-8209. in satin nickel. $450. #091. calvinklein. by Arte.com). Fina (for information: 800-289-3462. Arcane silver bracelet. #101881M03. in red bean. (for information: 212-965-8755. #33944-2. in matte gold. by Ralph Lauren Home (for information: 888-475-7674. by Hermès (for information: 800-441-4488.500. bgoecklerantiques. Meridian cotton-percale sheets and shams. by Shaw Floors (for information: 800-441-7429.. to the trade from Sacco Carpet (for showrooms: 212-226-4344. in merlot. bisazza. with ﬁxed brass pull. bddw. Architecture by Michael Gilmore of Weddle Gilmore Architects (for information: 480-517-5055. highstyledeco. bakerfurniture. Brass bowl.
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