I’m always looking for interesting ways in which the worlds of fashion and interior design intersect. For years, we've turned outfits to rooms or cheered as designers crossed over (i.e., DVF's home collection). But a past post on Lorenzo Castillo’s dining room, a backdrop for multiple fashion editorials, inspired a new series: The Set, The Shoot. If a room is truly fabulous, why not use it as the setting for a glamorous photo?
The Set: The Pembridge home of designer Peter Mikic
I blogged about this gorgeous, London townhome back in July. It was also featured on the cover of Elle Décor’s April issue. It’s the epitome of masculine modern glamour. Yum.
The Shoot: Kate Moss for Liu Jo’s Fall 2012 Campaign
Kate models a range of looks for Liu Jo’s Fall campaign shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The blue velvet sectional in many of the photos is instantly recognizable as Mikic’s.
Aside from the blue sectional shots, Kate is featured in and around the property, including lots of outdoor pics as well as a few in the master suite (below). The bedroom’s beautiful fireplace surround is hard to miss!
It’s a bit like playing Memory, but I hope to find and post more of these interior/fashion shoot combos. Stay tuned.
Images: (1, 3-6) Liu Jo, (2, 7) Peter Mikic