From sleek and styled to bright and eclectic, the homes of fashion designers are just as stunning as their collections.In honour of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, we’re looking beyond the glitz and glam of the runway to the homes of fashion’s biggest names.
As the creative director of J.Crew, Jenna Lyons is credited as the visionary responsible turning the brand from preppy basics to oh-so-chic earning endorsements from the First Lady herself. Lyons' Park Slope townhouse radiates with the same high-end design aesthetic.
Stunning in its simplicity, Lyons' townhouse has been the darling of shelter magazines and interior design blogs alike. Purchased by Lyons and her estranged husband, artist Vincent Mazeau in 2004 for $1,308,000, they knocked it back to the studs for a delicious remodel. The couple is reportedly headed for divorce, so the beautiful home was recently listed on the Brooklyn real estate market with a $3.75 million price tag.
Visionary designer Donald J Pliner launched his line of luxury footwear and accessories in 1989, and immediately established a reputation for innovative design and high style for both men and women.
If Pliner's shoes are made for walking, his Moroccan-style home is made for living. Painted in bold blues and magenta and outfitted with Southwestern, African, and Balinese-influenced decor, Pliner's estate (below) is currently listed on the Miami Beach real estate market for $22.5 million.
In 1994, Perse launched a T-shirt line that epitomized his design philosophy of low-maintenance and high fashion. Perse's Southern California home follows the same aesthetic of his brand, boasting clean minimalist design and an open floor plan.
The mid-century modern features floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, providing plenty of natural light and sunshine. Listed on the Los Angeles real estatemarket for $3.75 million, the home is available furnished or unfurnished.
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