CARY FERNANDEZ // DOLCE & GABBANA
Cary Fernandez paired with Dolce & Gabbana for her first appearance at the Design House, and created a bedroom concept revolving around deep maroons and beiges. Curvy arrangements and leather pieces help to exude D&G’s authentic elegance.
CRISTINA SOUZA AND MONICA SOUZA // TOM FORD
Avant Design, made up of sisters Cristina and Monica Souza, created a space around Tom Ford that epitomizes the designer’s aesthetic with a rich emerald and black color palette. Added velvet pieces provide an element of luxe that is synonymous to Ford.
DANIELA SALIBA // EMILIO PUCCI
Paired with eye-catching fashion house Pucci, Daniela Saliba’s space is nicknamed “The Outdoor Comfort,” for its airy green-pink-white color combination. Sleek chaise lounge chairs line the space, and a stylish laser-cut wooden screen is reminiscent of our favorite Pucci prints.
JADER ALMEIDA // BALENCIAGA
Aligning himself with Balenciaga, Jader Almeida chose wood pieces in sharp lines and hanging gold and glass ceiling lights for a look that showcases architectural shapes the Spanish fashion house loves.
LUCIANA FRAGALI // VICTORIA BECKHAM
Luciana’s light-filled space of warm beiges and browns features a quilted bed frame and hand-stitched chairs. Her space also displays iconic black and white photographs of the noted fashion designer, further solidifying the pairing.
SUSY ACOSTA // LANVIN
Susy’s design space of dark grays and black is nothing short of a sleek atmosphere for viewers. Selecting pieces with mirrored edges creates a visually compelling geometric space in line with the essence of the Parisian fashion house.
MARISOL PINTO // BRUNELLO CUCINELLI
Paired with Italian bespoke giant Brunello Cucinelli, Marisol Pinto designed a vignette based around beige and cocoa accents, featuring several pieces indoor/outdoor pieces that give a nod to the Cucinelli’s refined yet wearable ease.