November 14, 2012

Sneak A Peek Into The Amazing Homes Of Some Of The Most En Vogue Designers Of The Moment

It’s only natural that designers, the people with the highest dose of creativity in the fashion industry, transfer their infinite imagination when it comes to decorating their homes. What would you say, thus, if you were able to sneak a peek into the homes of some of the most en vogue designers of the moment?

The study inside Giorgio Armani’s Milan residence.

The main living room of Christopher Bailey’s Yorkshire farmhouse.

Christopher Bailey, Donatella Versace, Nicolas Ghesquière, Giorgio Armani, Marc Jacobs, Jean Paul Gaultier and Sarah Burton are just some of the important names in fashion that have opened their doors for the first ever fashion issue of interior design magazine “World Of Interiors”.

The sitting room of Jean Paul Gaultier’s South of France home.

Inside Nicolas Ghesquière’s flat in Paris.

Already out for sale in press stores, the fashion issue of World of Interiors featured 94 pages in which 15 famous designers open doors to their homes and offices, describing them in their own world, and portraying them through photos taken mostly by themselves.

A design inside the Alexander McQueen studio of Sarah Burton.

The foyer of Viktor and Rolf’s Amsterdam headquarters.

Rupert Thomas, the publication;s editor, told WWD: “I did not want The World of Interiors ‘ view of Vivienne Westwood, Christopher Bailey, et al. The idea was to allow the designers complete control in order to have a genuine peek into how they view the world around them. The idea was to give each one creative carte blanche, allowing them to interpret the brief in as literal or abstract a manner as they wished.”

The Versace family home in Milan.

Vivienne Westwood’s home, that she shares with husband Andreas Kronthaler

Sneak a peek into Christopher Bailey’s warm and welcoming Yorkshire farmhouse, inside Donatella Versace’s amazing Milan palazzo, inside Nicolas Ghesquière’s minimalist Parisian apartment, into Vivienne Westwood’s traditional home or into the creative offices of Viktor & Rolf or Sarah Burton.

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