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elle decor

EDITOR IN CHIEF Whitney RobinsonEXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Jeffrey BaumanEXECUTIVE EDITOR Ingrid AbramovitchDESIGN DIRECTOR Jennifer DonnellySTYLE DIRECTOR Parker Bowie LarsonCHIEF PHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTOR, HEARST MAGAZINES Alix CampbellSENIOR EDITOR Vanessa LawrenceARTICLES EDITOR Charles CurkinPHOTOGRAPHY DIRECTOR David M. MurphyINTERNATIONAL DESIGN EDITOR Cynthia FrankCONTRIBUTING ART DIRECTOR Dian-Aziza OokaASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Lillian Dondero COPY CHIEF Jennifer MilneASSOCIATE PHOTO EDITOR Nelida MortensenEDITORIAL ASSISTANT Samantha SwensonDIGITAL IMAGING SPECIALIST Kevin ArnoldELLEDECOR.COMDIGITAL DIRECTOR Elizabeth AngellHOME DECOR EDITOR Monique ValerisASSOCIATE EDITOR Maggie MaloneyEDITORIAL ASSISTANT Lucia TonelliELLE DECOR CONTRIBUTING EDITORSCONSULTING EDITOR Daniel BouludCONTRIBUTORSAriel Ashe, Cara Barrett, Chesie Breen, Farhad Farman, Ken Fulk, Claudia Mata Gladish, Brad Goldfarb, Lori Goldstein, Genevieve Gorder, Nancy Hass, Kathryn M. Ireland, Jane Larkworthy, William Li, Robert Littman, Beatriz Pasquel (Mexico City), Jana Pasquel, Sophie Pera, Stephen Pulvirent, Judi Roaman, Adam Sachs, David Scoroposki, Estee Stanley, Bronson van…

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the world is not enough

A secretary in the studio of Antonia Miletto’s Venice home. (JAMES MERRELL)Upstairs at Ben Soleimani’s home in London. (SIMON WATSON)The living room of Darren Star’s New York loft, by Lee F. Mindel. (RICHARD POWERS)Heidi McWilliams’s pool in Palm Beach. (JAMES MERRELL)detail of Jean Nouvel’s National Museum of Qatar. (DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN)The bar in a Miami apartment by Delphine Krakoff. (DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN)Whitney sailing the Mekong River in Luang Prabang, Laos. (COURTESY OF WHITNEY ROBINSON)SEVERAL YEARS AGO, I SAT IN THE PENTHOUSE that Renzo Mongiardino designed for Elsa Peretti’s father in Rome. Peretti and I were smoking Gauloises cigarettes and talking about astrology—an ex-lover of hers was a Scorpio, as am I—and more importantly travel, which she told me, looking back at her illustrious career at Tiffany & Co., had given her life…

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his casa is your casa

LAST YEAR, DAVID ALHADEFF TURNED A midcentury-modern house in Beverly Hills, once owned by Elvis Presley, into a store called Casa Perfect (see ED, April 2018). Then, naturally, he moved in, and working from home has never been more chic. This month, he’s transformed a townhouse in New York’s Greenwich Village—built by David Chipperfield—into Casa Perfect’s new East Coast outpost.We recently found Alhadeff, who in 2003 established the pioneering Brooklyn contemporary-design shop the Future Perfect, kvelling in his highstyle Manhattan living room. “I get to live the dream and be bicoastal in a way I never imagined,” he says while reclining on a long Nos sofa designed by Christophe Delcourt. The intrepid Alhadeff, whose sales acumen catapulted the careers of such designers as Lindsey Adelman and Jason Miller, was still…

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decorators’ choice

KELLY BEHUNTwist table, price upon request, by Floris Wubben“How does Wubben bake a ceramic table on this scale? Anyone who has ever grown up with Play-Doh has to be intrigued by his process. He gets the most beautiful colors with his glazes; this one is so watery and pretty.”STEVEN GAMBRELAlkahest lamp, $11,500, by Kristin Victoria Barron“I really want this bronze lamp. It is modern Giacometti, but the quality keeps it relevant. It’s also a bit abstracted, to remind us of when it was made.”(INTERIORS BY DOUGLAS FRIEDMAN)JESSICA SCHUSTERMetallic Square Ceramic Stool 01, price upon request, by Reinaldo Sanguino“I adore the soft palette of this piece combined with its markings and squiggles. It’d be great in a master bathroom to add a pop of color.”…

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teeny-weeny scenes

It takes a keen eye—and a magnifying glass—to truly appreciate the pieces on display in “A Return to the Grand Tour: Micromosaic Jewels from the Collection of Elizabeth Locke.” The exhibition, at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond (April 27–September 2), focuses on micromosaics, an Italian art form characterized by extreme patience and steady hands that was sought out by visiting aristocrats in the 18th and 19th centuries. Virginia-based jeweler Elizabeth Locke began collecting these exquisite miniatures 30 years ago; they’ve been a source of delight and inspiration for her ever since. It’s a big show of tiny pendants and brooches, so before you go, don’t forget to clean your loupe.…

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neiman marcus

188,000 square feet inside the store, which was designed by Janson Goldstein305 pieces of art on display, among them a mobile36 fashion boutiques, including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, and Tom Ford…