No Cubicles Here! Get a Glimpse of Fashion's Most Inspiring Workspaces
Anytime we're looking for lust-worthy interior design inspiration, Todd Selby is our go-to guy. The photographer behind the website The Selby gives us a glimpse into the homes of fashion’s most renowned personalities, like Christian Louboutin, Pharrell Williams, Alexander Wang, Kate Spade, Krysten Ritter, and Helena Christensen.
In his newly released third book, Fashionable Selby ($35; amazon.com), the photographer explores the worlds where fashion's elite find inspiration for their work, diving into the studios and spaces of today's most interesting designers, stylists, models, shoemakers, and more. Featuring the likes of Dries Van Noten, Olivier Rousteing of Balmain, Isabel Marant, and Giuseppe Zanotti, Selby gives us a peek into the lives and minds of some of fashion's most interesting players. "Todd Selby has lovingly curated and documented this collection of crafty artisans and unconventional thinkers with characteristic panache and insouciance," Simon Doonan writes in the forward. "Their viewpoint represents a beautiful and powerful antidote to the global branding cacophony that threatens to eradicate all subtlety and beauty from the fashion landscape. These creators are our international treasures."
"These creators are our international treasures," @simondoonan says of the fashion visionaries featured in Fashionable Selby.
Check out the gorgeous profiles for yourself by picking up Fashionable Selby, available now at amazon.com.