INTERIORSPhotos: Graphic ContentsNina Ricci designer Guillaume Henry packs his Paris apartment with the best and the brightest—and lots of it.by Alexandra Marshall08.25.15Photographer: Hugues Laurent Stylist: Gianluca Longo1Photographer: Hugues Laurent Stylist: Gianluca LongoHenry with singer-songwriter Mohini Geisweiller.2Photographer: Hugues LaurentA Madonna illustration by the designer Yazbukey is a backdrop for two sculptures.3Photographer: Hugues LaurentA look from Henry’s first Nina Ricci show, fall 2015.4Photographer: Hugues LaurentGeorge Condo skateboards.5Photographer: Hugues LaurentA Damien Hirst lithograph and a vintage Lolita movie poster.6Photographer: Hugues LaurentA couch designed by Chevallier, and a Jean Prouvé Potence lamp.7Photographer: Hugues LaurentOn a side table, Astier de Villatte cats they each bought, unbeknownst to the other.8Photographer: Hugues LaurentChevallier is obsessed with these Fornasetti candles.9Photographer: Hugues Laurent Stylist: Gianluca LongoChevallier and Henry.10On vacation in Saint-Tropez. Courtesy of Henry.11Photographer: Hugues LaurentA portrait by Jeanne Detallante in Henry’s apartment.12Post–Fashion Week, Henry escapes to Marrakech’s Ksar Char-Bagh hotel. Courtesy of hotel.13The Ksar Char-Bagh hotel at night. Courtesy of hotel.14Photographer: Hugues LaurentProfiles of Henry and Chevallier made by a street artist.15Henry’s street-style photos of older women. Courtesy of Henry.16Photographer: Hugues LaurentAn oversize toy.17Photographer: Hugues LaurentAssorted objects, including a French-fry radio and an Hermès ashtray.18A still from Fiona, 1998, a favorite film.19Photographer: Hugues LaurentThey changed the hue of the legs on this Prouvé table because Henry likes “dentist’s-office colors.20Photographer: Hugues Laurent Stylist: Gianluca LongoGeisweiller, in Nina Ricci.21Henry keeps an eye out for stars on the streets. Courtesy of Henry.22Photographer: Hugues LaurentChic glass domes coexist happily with Mickey and Minnie Mouse figurines.23Photographer: Hugues LaurentA portrait of Henry, by Darcel Disappoints, a gift from Colette’s Sarah Lerfel.