Interior Fashions: Inside the Homes of 5 of Our Faves

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Interior Fashions: Inside the Homes of 5 of Our Faves
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Home dcor is like fashion for your walls so wouldn’t it make sense that the most stylish names in head-to-toe fashion would also represent the most stylish in ceiling-to-floor fashion? Click through the slideshow to peek inside the humble abodes of some of your favorite designers. See the full article and additional images on Curbed.

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Christian Louboutin's home away from home? A houseboat on the Nile. It speaks for itself.

Yves Saint Laurent passed away in 2008, leaving behind a valuable assortment of possessions and a 5,600 square-foot duplex in Paris. His belongings were auctioned off by Christie's to raise $447 million for the Pierre Berge-Yves Saint Laurent Foundation. The apartment was listed for an asking price of $34.2 million.

Jenna Lyons, Creative Director of J. Crew, calls a sunlit brownstone in Brooklyn home. Her taste is decidedly minimalist with a chic, neutral palette acting as a canvas for scattered pops of color.

Tom Ford's interiors are streamlined and masculine. Is anyone surprised?

Kate Spade channels a look of cultured vintage in her Park Avenue apartment with picture frames and bookcases riddling the walls in a manner of cluttered elegance.

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