ELLE DECOR November 2018

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3 min.
editor’s letter

WHEN I TOOK OVER ELLE DECOR last year, I didn’t have much on my to-do list. Perhaps that’s because my magazine philosophy veers more toward showcasing what’s actually happening around us in the world of design rather than reflecting what’s going on in my head and the heads of my editors (though there’s definitely some fun stuff in there, too). Witness our annual A-List issue (June), in which we shrank the design community into six-inch action figures (thank you to my articles editor Charles Curkin). Or the May cover, a stunning London apartment by Georgian designer Irakli Zaria, who sent me the piece via Instagram (we put it on the cover the next day). There were a few ideas, however, I definitely knew I wanted to pursue. A movie-set cover was…

1 min.

RICHARD PHIBBS Photographer, “Ralph Country,” p. 144 HQ: New York City Reading list: Phibbs has three books to his name: Chasing Beauty (2010), The West (2015), and, most recently, Rescue Me! (2016), which features portraits of dogs rescued by the Humane Society of New York. “My hope is that these photos not only help animals find homes, but also enlighten people of the value of all living creatures,” he says. GABRIELLA FULLER Writer, “Going Dutch Master,” p. 120 DAY JOB: Partner in Vivamus, a midcentury design gallery CRITIC’S CHOICE: “I’m a rabid fan of socially engaged art—diffcult, in-your-face, forward-looking work that isn’t a bully pulpit.” CYRILL MATTER Photographer, “Soul Cucina,” p. 136 CREATIVE APPROACH: “Instinct and intuition.” BUMP IN THE ROAD: “My greatest challenge as a portrait photographer is getting the truth.” ROBERT O’BYRNE Writer, “Tyrone Power,” p. 174 HQ: County Meath, Ireland MAIN INGREDIENTS:…

2 min.
neiman marcus

Show Dogs Cheers to these sparkling accessories that celebrate a family’s best friend. WATERFORD Double old-fashioned glasses, set of two, $125, ice bucket with scoop, $250, and decanters, each $295. A Light Touch In 18-karat gold-plated stainless steel, this shapely trio takes a curvaceous stance. GEORG JENSEN Candleholders, set of three, $295. Whiskey Neat Minimal yet decorative, this collection takes its sculptural cues from scientific glassware. TOM DIXON Decanter and two whiskey glasses, $295. Logo Love Extend your passion of the brand by rolling this fashion statement into your home. MCM x NEIMAN MARCUS Cart, $1,500, tray, $325, ice bucket and tongs, $295, and set of four coasters with holder, $125. Tray Chic Classic with a contemporary twist, it’s ideal for serving drinks or creating a personalized vignette. AERIN Tray, $365, vase, $350, and frame, $475. Kitchen Addition Drawing on the centuries-old farming heritage of Sicily,…

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milk and honey

Israel has long been called the land of milk and honey, and after a recent uptick in tourism, the country is now seeing the opening of even more luxury properties that boast the modern amenities of world-class resorts. In Tel Aviv’s fashionable Jaffa district, the wildly anticipated Jaffa (above; thejaffahotel.com) is an ambitious 120-room hotel with 32 residences, owned by American Aby Rosen of RFR Holding and designed by the British minimalist John Pawson. During the 24-year restoration of the property—which encompasses a 19th-century hospital and monastery—arched colonnades and a 13th-century Crusaders’ wall were unearthed; the wall is now an impressive, dramatic feature that sweeps through the sleek lobby. Farther north, between the eastern shores of the Sea of Galilee and the foothills of the Golan Heights, lies the Setai-Sea…

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décor rapport