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Watch Kim Kardashian Give a Tour of Her Minimalist Home With Kanye West

12/04/2019

So far, the only glimpses of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s home have been shared in social media posts. But the celebrity power couple opened the doors of their $60 million Hidden Hills, California estate when Kardashian participated in Vogue‘s “73 Questions,” and it is really something. The austere home, which Kardashian refers to as a “minimal monastery,” is an exercise in restraint. From the artless bone-colored walls to the lack of furniture throughout, it looks more like a photo set than a place…

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Gucci Debuts Temporary Store for Décor Collection in Milan

06/04/2019

TEMPORARY HOME: Gucci is going big and going home. The fashion house has inaugurated today a temporary store in Milan dedicated to its Gucci Décor interior collection, coinciding with the city’s furniture and design fair Salone del Mobile, running April 9-14. Located on the tony Via Santo Spirito and running through June, the 2,691-square-foot unit distributed on two floors showcases a range of fanciful furniture, ceramics and decorative items reflecting the eclectic appeal and signature motifs of the label. Patterns and symbols inspired by fauna…

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Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin Have a New Home in Beverly Hills

01/04/2019

Justin Bieber might be going through some tough times lately (he recently shared, “I am now very focused on repairing some of the deep-rooted issues that I have, as most of us have”), but you know one thing that he can be happy about? How friggin’ nice his and Hailey’s new house is. Justin already has a huge 1,000 acre lakeside property in Canada, but it looks like he and Hailey also wanted to have a base in Los Angeles, cause…

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Jacquemus Is Opening a Parisian Café

27/03/2019

Finally, there’s somewhere to eat in Paris. Designer Simon Porte Jacquemus, purveyor of oversized sun hats and undersized bags, has pivoted to the restaurant business. His first café, Citron, will open as part of a new Galeries Lafayette concept store on the city’s iconic Champs-Élysées. Jacquemus announced his dining venture on Instagram this afternoon, sharing images of the decor and a decadent lemon-shaped dessert by pastry chef Cédric Grolet. You crack it with a spoon, Amelie style. I literally cannot stop watching this…

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7 spectacular fashion designers’ homes you can visit

22/03/2019

Fashion designers have a keen eye for architecture and interiors. Just look at Dries Van Noten’s exquisite Neoclassical mansion outside Antwerp or Alessandro Michele’s impossibly picturesque abode – part of a former monastery in the hilltop village of Civita di Bagnoregio. But while most are closed to the public, a number of iconic fashion designers’ homes can now be visited, either preserved as they once were, or repurposed by new owners. Here are a few of the best, including the Yves Saint Laurent’s vividly coloured…

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You can now stay in the Marilyn Monroe bungalow

15/03/2019

The Beverly Hills Hotel, where Marilyn Monroe used to stay, has opened a luxury bungalow inspired by the screen icon. The makeover is part of a wider hotel restoration, in which five of its historic bungalows have been decorated according to Hollywood visitors, including Elizabeth Taylor and Frank Sinatra. Masterminded by Champalimaud Design, Bungalow 1 is reflective of Monroe’s glamorous, playful persona, with curvy furniture, bright and abstract floor coverings, colourful travertine stones, and gold-leafed ceilings. Strong Jean Michel Frank…

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Inside Karl Lagerfeld’s Many Luxurious Homes

23/02/2019

Hundreds of Karl Lagerfeld’s designs—for Chanel, Fendi, Chloé, and more—have been published in Vogue; and, in a 34-year span, the magazine published eight features on the designer’s luxurious homes. Four of these were snapped by Lagerfeld, a polymath par excellence who understood that the art of living well was a far-reaching concept that extended beyond spaces and objects to encompass learning, manners, art, and the like. “Dresses are only interesting as part of everything else that’s going on,” he told the magazine in 1989. It’s…

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7 Milan restaurants for design lovers

19/02/2019

If you enjoy your antipasti with a side of architecture, you’re in for a treat. We’ve picked out 7 of the best Milan restaurants and cafes for design lovers. Whether you’re looking for a pit-stop between fashion shows or to power up for the Salone del Mobile, these restaurants are the perfect place to refuel.   1.Carlo e Camilla in Segheria A defunct 1930s sawmill has been transformed into an industrial-style restaurant by Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco and art director Tanja…

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Kylie Jenner’s Hidden Hills Home Is Equal Parts Sparkle and Sumptuousness

06/02/2019

What were you doing when you were 21 years old? Looking for a job? Settling for an unpaid internship? Shopping for a foldout futon? Kylie Jenner hasn’t got time for all that. The wildly popular entrepreneur, reality-television star, and youngest member of the Jenner/Kardashian clan is busy presiding over a cosmetics empire worth roughly $800 million. Forbes magazine speculated that she is on track to become the youngest self-made billionaire in history. She also has more than 124 million followers…

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Scandinavian Interior Design

05/02/2019

There comes a time in our life when we change our habit of shopping for clothes, to shopping for furniture. Before heading to the store, we start exploring Pinterest to get inspiration and try to create the perfect cozy place. We want to create a comfortable shelter filled with details that represent us. People mostly tend to transform their home into a place that looks like it belongs to the 20s, or modernization is what better represents them. But, as…

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