Dries Van Noten jacket, $1,540, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 212.753.7300; Lanvin dress, $5,270, Lanvin, New York, 646.439.0380; Gurhan gold necklace, $10,500, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, 212.753.4000; David Yurman gold bracelets, $18,500 and $9,850, davidyurman.com; Gurhan gold bracelets, $15,500 and $24,500, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, 212.753.4000; gold and diamond cuff bracelet, circa 1880, from Stephen Russell, New York, price upon request, stephenrussell.com; Dior boots, $2,650, 800.929.DIOR.
Dries Van Noten jacket, $1,540, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 212.753.7300; Lanvin dress, $5,270, Lanvin, New York, 646.439.0380; Gurhan gold necklace, $10,500, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, 212.753.4000; David Yurman gold bracelets, $18,500 and $9,850, davidyurman.com; Gurhan gold bracelets, $15,500 and $24,500, Saks Fifth Avenue, New York, 212.753.4000; gold and diamond cuff bracelet, circa 1880, from Stephen Russell, New York, price upon request, stephenrussell.com; Dior boots, $2,650, 800.929.DIOR.
Photographer: Maurizio Bavutti
Stylist: Michelle Cameron

Though I’ve never been one to match my clothes to the furniture, after I visited the Savannah College of Art and Design earlier this year, it no longer seemed like such an outlandish idea. The quirky mix of prints and fabrics at the school’s Magnolia Hall had me pining for fall’s richly textured brocade, tweed, and damask pieces—not to mention my grandmother’s sofa.

Styled by Michelle Cameron; hair by Edward Lampley for Wella at D+V management; makeup by Yumi Lee for Giorgio Armani beauty at l’atlelier nyc; model: Kasia Jujeczka at IMG models; set design by Lucas Lefler; digital technician: John “Duck” Feeney; fashion assistant: Kyle Hayes.