Home Work

W’s fashion market and accessories director is on the hunt for what’s next.

Proenza Schouler top
Photographer: Jeff Henrikson Stylist: Lindsey Frugier

After I got married I moved into my husband’s apartment, and now I’m in the midst of redecorating it. While on the hunt for a new rug and chairs—pieces to warm up the place—I was oddly inspired by the Proenza Schouler spring and pre-fall collections. The wide-legged gaucho pants, rich suede jackets, and rusty South American palette bring to mind the earthy, organic craftsmanship of Sergio Rodrigues furniture and Moroccan Berber rugs. It’s exactly the subtly ethnic feeling that I want for my home—and, as it happens, for my wardrobe.

Photos: Home Work

Proenza Schouler top, $1,950, pants, $2,950, clutch, $2,295, and sandals, $1,095, similar styles at Proenza Schouler, New York, 212.420.7300; Lanvin necklace, $1,345, Lanvin, New York, 646.439.0380; Chloé cuff, $750, Chloé, Bal Harbour, FL, 305.861.1909.

Photographer: Jeff Henrikson Stylist: Lindsey Frugier

10 Crosby Derek Lam top, $350, Ron Herman, Los Angeles, 323.651.4129.

Louis Vuitton cuff, price upon request,

Adam Lippes culottes, $780,

Amandina Filigree Jewelry rings, $75 each, Old Hollywood, New York, 646.454.0166,; Respice, Miami, 305.661.5006;

Stella McCartney dress, $2,895, Stella McCartney, New York, 212.255.1556.

Sergio Rodrigues armchair, $3,900,

Madeline Weinrib rug, $1,600,

Gianvito Rossi booties, $1,290, Bergdorf Goodman, New York, 888.774.2424.

Burberry Prorsum bag, $1,350,


Hair by Edward Lampley at D+V Management; Makeup by FrankieBoyd for Chanel at Tim Howard Management; Model: Herieth Paul at Women Management; Digital technician: Matt Mcginley; Photography assistant: Jordan Zuppa; Fashion assistant: Becca Weener; special thanks to the Standard, High Line hotel, New York.