I fell in love with French label Sézane after their recent Madewell collaboration and have been coveting a bit of their Parisian chicness ever since. Judging by her stylish instagram, the label’s founder, Morgane Sézalory, inhabits one of the loveliest apartments in Paris. From the glamorous white mantle to the seemingly endless natural light, I’m head over heels for the airy space and it’s open, soirée-friendly floor plan.
Todd Selby published photos of artist John Derian’s New York City apartment today and they are as handsome as can be. His boutiques here in Manhattan will always be a favorite — I did most of my Christmas shopping there this year. See all the photos on The Selby. Below, some John Derian decoupage favorites.
Architectural Digest just published the insanely chic apartment of fashion designer Thom Browne and I’m ready to move in. The space is so handsome and masculine, yet still warm and comfortable. I’m going to dream about that ’60s lacquer screen by Jansen.
(Photography by Douglas Friedman)
What I would give for one week in Paris! I love perusing all the charming flats for rent on Airbnb. This cozy place on Rue Visconti in the super chic Saint Germain des Près neighboorhood is tugging at my heart strings. For one week I just want to sleep in, museum hop, and indulge in entirely too much cheese, macarons, and bubbly. Someday soon… :)
I am a huge fan of Amanda Brooks and her book I ♥ Your Style so when I stumbled upon her apartment on Garance Dore’s blog I was thrilled to say the least. A tufted sofa, leopard pillows, and yummy camel leather chairs – yes please! Amanda and her husband, artist Christopher Brooks, recently announced they’ll be moving their family to the English countryside for a year. Can you even imagine how lovely their home across the pond will be…?!
P.S. Do you read Amanda’s blog? I love it.
I just about died when I stumbled upon these photos of Plum Sykes’ old apartment. I vaguely remember the Vogue article, do you? The space is just so perfectly tailored and feminine. I definitely need a skirted chintz ottoman in my life.
(via Bea Hive Blog)