Continuing with my creative spaces posts, I thought I'd do a little blog on some grand fashion designer's studios. Above and below are photos of the founder of haute couture, Paul Poiret's studio. I always like the decorative look in a creative space, and the fun stripy wallpaper is a nice touch.
Above and below Christian Dior's studio, which apart from the chairs looks surprisingly practical. Even though we have something similar in the Anzu office, I'm not too sure about the fluorescent lighting.
Above and below Karl Lagerfeld's amazing office full of books. I love the industrial look, but get off the table Karl!
Yves Saint Laurent's studio (above and below). I love Yves Saint Laurent's decorating style and if you haven't seen this book of his interiors, you absolutely should. Click here to get it from Amazon.
And finally a close up of Yves Saint Laurent's desk. I also really liked this post over at Sara Gilbane interiors, all about fashion designer's homes. It's interesting to see their design style carried through to interiors I think. Click here to read it.