Fashion and interior designers are inundated with color and texture all day long, and they bring the same fashionable sensibility to their homes as they do to their clothing collections. Some prefer a soothing neutral home environment whereas others like something more vibrant. As evidenced during last week’s New York Fashion Week, designers Cynthia Rowley, Oscar de la Renta, Anna Sui and Derek Lam approach their Fall 2014 collections and their homes with a similar design aesthetic. Check it out:
Cynthia Rowley loves color and pushes the envelope. Her Fall 2014 show features color blocking to its fullest. Wearing her collection, one could easily blend right in to her NYC townhouse.
Oscar de la Renta
First Ladies, socialites, and “ladies who lunch” wear Oscar’s magnificent clothing. More affordable yet still uber-elegant, his Lee Jofa fabric collection reflects his traditional sense of style in both his Connecticut home and in his 2014 collections.
Anna Sui is the fashion world’s punk darling. She loves combining inspiration from many periods and her home is the ultimate eclectic space. It reflects elements of Goth, Art Deco, and the Victorian period while pulling influences from Moroccan & Chinese cultures.
Derek Lam is refinement and tailoring at its best. Both his work and his home exude luxury by using the finest cashmere, velvets and silks.