Much like the character in her father's most famous film, the Los Angeles designer relishes the art of surprising and delighting.
A new show at the Manhattan gallery examines what we talk about when we talk about seating.
Guy Burton from Hancocks explains the appeal of vintage stones in engagement rings.
A fascinating show at the New York School of Interior Design offers a rare peek at archival source material used by the renowned textile company as a springboard for new designs.
In the work of the Los Angeles– and Paris-based decorator, elegance and ease go hand in hand.
The late, great American studio furniture master is the subject of a new show at New York City's Friedman Benda gallery.
A noted fashion journalist and style icon examines the superstar photographer's images of items that, seen through his lens, are much more than mere accessories.
Discover why the iconic jewelry house has become emblematic of Italian design.
Thomas Hickey and Edward Yedid run a New York City–based architecture and interiors firm known for its rigor and its range.
The designer's focus on beauty and practicality is inspired by her father, American fashion icon Perry Ellis.
Autumn in the Big Apple brings fresh looks at captivating work by artists from around the world.
Creating iconic pieces for brands like Vitra, Cappellini and Emeco, the veteran designer embraces simplicity.
Rush Jenkins and Klaus Baer blend rustic with contemporary in their own backyard and beyond.
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