LOOK SHARP.

Robb Report (USA) - - Contents - BY ARI­ANNE NARDO PHO­TOG­RA­PHY BY MARK MANN

Five de­sign-in­dus­try men whose

style is part of their brand.

It usu­ally starts at a young age. A coat, a blazer, a deep (and now slightly re­gret­table) com­mit­ment to a pair of metal­lic boots. For those of us who no­ticed early how dress­ing could slide from ne­ces­sity to joyride, the con­ver­sion was swift. Cloth­ing is what ev­ery­one else wears. Style is the defiant break that says this is bet­ter.

The in­te­rior de­sign world has al­ways si­dled close to fash­ion, but mostly as beam­ing ad­mirer. Here, we turn the spot­light by pro­fil­ing five de­sign-in­dus­try men whose per­sonal style is a nat­u­ral, in­ex­tri­ca­ble part of their busi­ness.

We did this with­out stylists or wardrobes. In­stead, we in­vited each in­dus­try per­son­al­ity—known for cre­at­ing in­te­ri­ors and fur­ni­ture, find­ing ta­lent, and rep­re­sent­ing de­sign brands—to dress in their own clothes, wear­ing their in­di­vid­ual ver­sions of a day in the de­sign life. This is how they showed up.

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