JETSETTER'S GUIDE TO HOME DECOR

A Study in Jet Set Elegance, from Tangiers to Japan


Photographs by Takashi Homma; Styled by Yoko Kageyama at Eight Peace Agency; Hair by Tano at Eight Peace Agency; Makeup by Rie Shiraishi. De Taillac-Touhami wears Comme Des Garçons Comme Des Garçons top and skirt, her own jewelry. All others wear their own clothes.

“Tokyo is the best city for home design,” says Ramdane Touhami, a French-Moroccan multihyphenate whose past stints as an artist, a fashion designer, an artistic director, and the chief executive of the French candle company Cire Trudon paved the way for the family’s traveling show of a life. Today, he and his wife, Victoire de Taillac-Touhami,and their family are settled in Tokyo, Japan, but their travels and nomadic lifestyle are a kaleidoscopic study in jet-setting elegance.

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Ramdane Touhami and Victoire de Taillac-Touhami with their children, Noor, Adam, and Scherazade (from left), at home in Tokyo.

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The kids riding a camel on a vacation in Jaipur, India.

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The swimming pool at the house in Tangier.

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The living room of the Brooklyn town house they left 
behind in 2012.

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Touhami designed most of the furniture for the house.

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Victoire de Taillac-Touhami at home in Tokyo. De Taillac-Touhami wears toga skirt; her own shirt and jewelry.

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Photographs by Takashi Homma

A British Garrard 501 turntable and speakers between the seating designed by Touhami.

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Eames chairs spruce up the dining area.

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The interior of the Buly store in Paris. 10. One of the beauty products designed by the couple: Buly Eau de la Belle Haleine.

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One of the beauty products designed by the couple: Buly Eau de la Belle Haleine.