Peek inside the homes of fashion’s elite with The Coveteur
From filmmakers to fashion designers, the Vogue team to photographers, and writers to models, The Coveteur captures a glimpse into the personal abodes of high fashion’s tastemakers.
Fancy a peek at the wardrobe of Mad Men’s famed costume designer Janie Bryant? Or perhaps into the living room of Claire Thomson-Jonville, managing editor of Self Service magazine?
Putting Dries van Noten’s quote, “It’s more interesting to have just a picture of a small detail – then you can dream all the rest around it”, into play, the team behind The Coveteur offers a snapshot into the homes of the world’s most style-savvy ladies and gents, with snippets of personal anecdotes about the art, magazines, clothing and accessories that the coveteurs cherish. You’ll also find a list of digital inspiration from which each sartorial subject finds inspiration for their own style.
One stand-out gallery that the majority of the world could not have experienced otherwise is Coco Chanel’s apartment at 31 Rue Cambon in Paris. This preserved, historical piece of real estate shows not only Chanel’s impeccable taste, but is also evidently the source of inspiration for recent Chanel collections.