Elegance, refinement and a lot of luxury! Forget astrology signs: if you want a quick peek into someone's personality, all you have to do is take a glimpse of their houses.
And the homes of fashion designers are just as awe-inspiring as the clothes they send down the runway, reflecting a myraid of their creative inspirations freely. Ahead, we've got the interiors of some of the most fashion and iconic fashion designers to date. From Coco Chanel's apartment in Paris to Yves Saint Laurent's home in Marrakesh, be prepared to find inspiration and creativity in these interiors.
Coco Chanel - Apartment in Paris
When it come's to Coco Chanel, you can expect nothing short of refinement and luxury. However, something curious about this place draws attention: it has no rooms. Chanel spent her days working in the apartment and when night came she slept at the Ritz.
Ferragamo - Il Borro Property in Tuscany
This 11th century castle won the heart of Ferragamo, which together with his son transformed it into a luxurious resort, with a restaurant, spa and an incredible garden maintaining his own residence on the property.
Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé - House in Marrakesh
A true dream! After buying the Marrakesh house that belonged to the painter Jacques Majorelle, Saint Laurent and Pierre made a real transformation.With the help of French decorator Jacques Grange; bohemian American expat and architect Bill Willis; and American garden designer Madison Cox, the couple brought several elements that refer directly to Moroccan culture. Colourful, sumptuous but never glitzy, it remains a true architectural landmark today.
Brunello Cucinelli - Village in Solomeo, Italy
In 1985 Cucinelli bought a powerful property with a 12th century castle. Since then, major reforms have been taking place in the region, such as the restoration of the castle - which has a building, 8 houses, a church and a village and the newest one. The area today houses the headquarters of your company.
Tory Burch - House in Southampton, New York
Tory Burch owns no less than one of the largest homes in Southampton! The designer's seven-acre property reflects her polished and elegant style, and was made with the help of architect Daniel Romualdez and landscape architect Perry Guillot.
Francois Nars - Resort in Motu Tane, French Polynesia
A true paradise! The makeup mogul called on the help of two great designers to set up his resort, Pascal Cribier and Christian Liaigre, which can be accessed only by boat. The space, moreover, is practically deserted - only 20 people can stay there.