These three shots of Hervé Pierre’s New York apartment could easily pass as Paris. The creative director of Carolina Herrera grew up in France and feels as though he returns there at the end of each day. His canopy bed is covered in 92 yards of fabric from Beckenstein (a gift from Hererra)—don’t you just love the blue gingham? Meanwhile his china is an exact replica of an 18th-century pattern and the macaroons are from the legendary Ladurée. Last but not least, the 18th-century style frame was constructed by Pierre over the course of two years using cardboard and paper. Now that, my dears, is dedication!
(via New York Magazine)