Architectural Digest’s Newest Issue Is The Best Way To Start The Week! – What to buy, what to see and do, where to travel, and who to watch on the fast-paced, multifaceted global design scene, is what you can find in their latest issue!
Architectural Digest is the world’s foremost design authority, showcasing the work of top architects and interior decorators. It continues to set new benchmarks for how to live well. Here are a few examples of what you might find in this incredible design magazine:
Hot Topics Of Architectural Digest September Issue:
Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s Playful Los Angeles Retreat:
The two famous sisters from London, both high-profile model/actresses descended from British aristocracy, decide to set up house together in sunny Los Angeles, where they live in a luxury mansion that is quite outside the box.
Reflecting their fun personalities and incredible style, this interior design project features some unique details like the alluring Stateside hideaway with a Playboy pinball machine and a nautical bar straight out of Gilligan’s Island. Brits Cara and Poppy Delevingne share a new and seriously sassy Los Angeles residence that, according to Architectural Digest, can only be described as a party palace.
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Inside Crown Princess Marie-Chantal’s Manhattan Town Home:
Crown Princess Marie-Chantal of Greece returned to her Manhattan roots, moving her large family into the majestic 1913 townhouse on the Upper East Side. According to Architectural Digest, this iconic place was bought by her parents in the late 1980s and was recently decorated by the legendary Italian decorator, Renzo Mongiardino.
Fashion Designer Ulla Johnson’s Bohemian Brownstone:
The distinguished fashion designer, Ulla Johnson has been impressing the couture industry with her incredible creations, so you know that her home must be extraordinary! Johnson and her husband, director of a private contemporary-art foundation, first settled in Fort Greene more than two decades ago.
Retaining the stately bones of the 1850s structure Johnson renovated and decorated the place in the warm, organic boho vibe her own successful line is known for.
The Interior Design Of Jacques Garcia’s Monastery Turned Country House:
The renowned interior decorator, Jacques Garcia, decided that a former monastery in Sicily (Italy) would be the perfect place to build his incredible vast Sicilian estate. The Architectural Digest 100 interior designer felt that he could allow his eye to wander, to establish yet another historic foothold for him to restore and his friends to enjoy.
According to Architectural Digest, the 17th-century Sicilian monastery was redecorated with the most stunning furnishings and lighting designs and serves now as a retreat for the celebrated designer and his friends
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