I’ve enjoyed the fashions of L’Wren Scott through the years and found her Spring 2012 line to be especially appealing. Her color choices were particularly exuberant without being garish and the cut and fit of the dresses was such that they could be worn by something other than just the skinny girls on the runway. And the maxi dress? LOVED. IT.
Given Scott’s love of vibrant color I was struck then to see photos of her apartment in
in this month’s Vogue magazine. Very subdued,
minimalist and chic. Not that I was expecting a Betsey Johnson-esque jumble of
over-the-top neon brights and a disco ball but this is so restrained and
soothing. A place you could go for respite and a good book. Paris
I always enjoy seeing where creative people live as it is often an unexpected juxtaposition against their creative work. It’s a bit voyeuristic but in a harmless (as opposed to stalkerish) way. Here then, is a quick peek into L’Wren Scott’s
I'm not usually a fan of white pine floors but this I like. The whole room seems to have the softest pink glow.
So the handbag cost more than my mortgage the overall look and feel is charming.
Now these walls are the palest pink. Would love to try this in our house but am pretty sure J would not go along with me.
The glass tiles are all antique Lalique. Stunning but all that glass to clean? Not so good.
Have you ever seen photos of the home (or even office) of an artist you enjoy- and been surprised?
All photos by François Halard