Interiors: L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment

In honor of L'Wren Scott's new fragrance launched earlier this month, I dipped into the archives for this Vogue editorial featuring her Paris apartment.

L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment

As a stylist and fashion designer, L'Wren is no stranger to mixing and matching beautiful things, whether furniture and accessories or the notes of her perfume. "Patchouli, tuberose, leather, moss, Absinthe, rose—there are all kinds of things in there, but it’s about how you mix the elements." Similarly, she combines mid-century furniture, antiques, and family heirlooms to create the perfect Parisian pad.

L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment

Despite sharing the home with her long-time partner, Mick Jagger, L'Wren injects glamour and feminine touches throughout. In an intersection between décor and fashion, she had the taffeta curtains dyed by the same silk manufacturers used for her signature evening dresses.

L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment
L'Wren Scott's Paris Apartment

As for the wildly glamorous glass bath, that can be credited to Mick, who bought the Art Deco ensemble back in the 70s. L'Wren had the collection of door panels, mirrored cabinets, and tiles retrofitted for the apartment. Yeah, it’s pretty amazing.

Images: François Halard