Background: Design is largely intuitive for Wearstler, 49, which she describes as “a sort of falling in love over and over again”. Her signature sumptuous and vibrant interiors may be found in grand residences and luxury hotels internationally, from Beverly Hills to the Caribbean. Style: A creator of experiences, she believes that every new project is an invitation to embark on an unexpected and fascinating journey. As design is storytelling, she always aims to tell evocative stories, adventurous and full of soul, incorporating a mix of materials and influences.
Homes for A-list clientele from the film, music, art and creative industries, and a new venture called Proper Ho sp i t a l i t y consisting of highend residences and ho t e l s.
“The best projects are inevitably the ones in which the client has a strong voice and distinctive point of view. My job is to be a good listener and run the clients’ vision through my filter. I start by asking them what story they want to tell, how they want to feel. It’s about evoking a mood, telling a story. Also, scale is imperative. There has to be a hierarchy within a space. Too many starlets in one room create needless drama.”