The Incredibly Stylish Homes of Incredibly Stylish People


Albert Brooks, the famous post-modern ’70s comedian, SNL alum and frequent guest voice for The Simpsons said “if we had 3 million exhibitionists and only one voyeur, nobody could make any money.” Isn’t that the truth.

There’s nothing we love more than a little look see in to the fascinating lives of others, so when we came across this excerpt from trend expert and New York Magazine contributor Rima Suqi’s book, American Fashion Designers at Home, we wanted more. From Jenna Lyons’ knockout Park Slope townhouse to Anjelica Huston’s Venice Beach imaginarium to superstar stylist Shirley Kurata’s sunny mod home, click through to satisfy your inner peeping tom with some seriously inspiring interiors.

Jenna Lyons of J. Crew — Park Slope, Brooklyn

Image credit: Luella June; Melanie Acevedo

Jeff Halmos & Sam Shipley of Shipley & Halmos — New York, New York

Image credit: The Selby

Inès de La Fressange — Paris, France

Image credit: The Selby

Kathryn Bentley of Dream Collective — Los Angeles, California

Image credit: Juan Enriquez via Apartment Therapy

Tom Ford — London, England

Image credit: Fashionologie

Billy Reid — Florence, Alabama

Image credit: Garden & Gun; Country Living via The New Victorian Ruralist

Sarah Jessica Parker — Bridgehampton, New York

Image credit: William Waldron via Elle Decor; Hooked on Houses

Shirley Kurata — Los Angeles, California

Image credit: Maia Harms via Refinery29

Anjelica Huston — Venice Beach, California

Image credit: Tim Street-Porter via NOWNESS

Anouck Lepère — Antwerp, Belgium

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