Fashion brands, from Bvlgari and Armani to Diesel and Fendi, are no strangers to interior design, and many are even entering the lucrative world of design. Branded real estate category. It is also not uncommon for global luxury brands to have home and textile departments or to be involved in designing homes for their high-profile clients. Interior designers, who work to create unique spaces to suit and represent their clients’ preferences and styles, also sometimes turn to high-end fashion brands to create chic and unique spaces, whether it’s a sofa covered in Chanel tweed jackets, a Louis Vuitton-themed office, or a library. Covered with Hermes wallpaper.
On the occasion of fashion month, Rob reports It brought together seven stunning homes around the world infused with distinctive modern touches. Some homes are owned by avid collectors and fashion designers, while others are outfitted with perfect leathers, fabrics and textures reminiscent of the homeowners’ favorite handbags. Read on to find out about these gorgeous modern homes.
New Jersey home wearing Hermes wallpaper
It’s fitting that Jane Angert, curator and collector of Hermès Birkin bags and founder of JaneFinds, has a home that showcases her love for the French fashion house.
Her 10,000-square-foot home in Old Tappan, New Jersey, has been listed for more than $5.8 million and features multiple rooms wrapped in Hermès wallpaper. The loft has “Finish” wallpaper by Hermès, which displays horse racing, while the office has “Fil d’Argent” wallpaper, which depicts interlocking rings inspired by the metalwork used in horse harnesses. Bold wallpaper certainly makes a statement and cost between $300 and $500 per roll when purchased and installed years ago.
Whether you’re a Hermès fan or not, the French Colonial-style home has many other perks, like six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, plus a 40-foot pool, a loft apartment, and a three-car garage.
The stunning Parisian home of fashion designer Kenzo Takada
Kenzo Takada, the late founder of the fashion brand Kenzo, once called this a stunning Parisian Maison house. While his eponymous fashion brand is known for its bold silhouettes and patterns, the minimalist home, known as Kenzo House, is a Japanese-inspired retreat in the heart of Paris that reflects traditional Japanese architecture with clean lines and warm materials.
Takada built the house in 1988, and redesigned it in 2018 by architect Kengo Kuma, continuing the fashion designer’s vision of combining East-West design ideas through art, texture, color, light and form. Indeed, the house continues to reflect Takada’s commitment to exquisite craftsmanship, attention to detail, and challenging the norm.
Ralph Lauren-inspired townhouse in New York City
Ralph Lauren returned to New York Fashion Week this year after a four-year hiatus, and in the spirit of honoring the designer, this stunning Manhattan residence embodies the iconic designer’s craftsmanship.
Although not for sale, BHDM Design performed a complete renovation and redesign of a Fifth Avenue residence for a family who loves all things Ralph Lauren. BHDM Design’s Principal and Creative Director, Dan Mazzarini, has worked for Ralph Lauren for six years and expertly incorporates the brand’s style and pieces into his work. The elegant and comfortable Art Deco-style residence showcases Ralph Lauren sofas, side tables, lamps and fabrics, among other custom pieces. The house also has ebony herringbone floors giving it a sophisticated and refined Manhattan style.
A custom estate full of fashion in Hawaii
This $23 million Honolulu residence is called Casa di Alta Moda, and it exudes all things high fashion. The jet-setters are staples of both ready-to-wear and high-fashion shows and travel the world in search of all things fashion. It’s no surprise, then, to find pieces from famous fashion houses throughout the house.
The owners sought to create a classic, sophisticated residence that defies trends and goes against the typical Hawaiian architectural style. The result is a cosmopolitan home that features the finest materials sourced from around the world and also emphasizes stunning ocean views.
No detail or expense has been spared, and almost every room pays homage to fashion in some way, whether anchored by an oversized Louis Vuitton trunk or an Hermès blanket. The Vladimir Kagan sofa has been reupholstered in Kravet couture tweed reminiscent of a Chanel jacket. It was covered in Chanel Lesage and Louis Vuitton fabric. The chair is upholstered in a Chanel jacket and an Hermès Petit H handle. This house definitely struts on the runway.
Miami Tower designed by Dolce & Gabbana
The upcoming residential tower known as 888 Brickell recently announced its collaboration with Dolce & Gabbana. The 90-storey high-rise residential tower in Miami, developed by JDS Development Group, will feature 259 apartments and a five-star hotel with finishes and furnishings entirely executed by Dolce & Gabbana.
Founders Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are closely involved in the design and curate every detail, from custom-designed appliances to rare wood and stone to handcrafted millwork. Each unit will be fully delivered, and the Italian fashion house will go so far as to outfit each residence with Dolce & Gabbana bathrobes and accessorize with products from the D&G Casa Collection.
Dolce & Gabbana is also working with JDS to curate the 115,000-square-foot amenities. Units range from $3.5 million to over $35 million.
Gianni Versace’s former headquarters in Manhattan
A grand mansion in New York City is up for sale for $55 million, sponsored by the late Gianni Versace.
The limestone townhouse spans 35 feet and has 17 rooms spread across 14,175 square feet. The interiors reflect Versace’s signature Italian Baroque style, with Italian marble floors, painted ceilings, mosaic floors and Austrian parquet. One of the most impressive rooms is the Great Room, whose ceilings were inspired by those in the Sistine Chapel. The large room also contains 19th-century paintings from the Florence palace that Versace sourced.
The stunning home has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and spacious outdoor terraces with decorative details. Amenities include a Moroccan-style movie theater, gaming lounge, rooftop terrace, and library/home office.
A Parisian apartment inspired by Chanel boutiques
For one fashion-obsessed client, Martin Kemp Design sought to create a luxurious family apartment in Paris loosely inspired by the elegance of Chanel’s clothing and boutiques. It is not currently for sale.
Filled with clean lines, gorgeous silks and red tones offset by dark wood accents, this sophisticated apartment has been designed with every detail to make you feel like you’re living in your own designer boutique. There are gold Art Deco design elements in the living spaces, a beautiful fabric headboard in the primary suite reminiscent of the image of a Chanel jacket, and modern details at every turn.