Diane von Furstenberg, president of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), has coralled an influential group of fashion designers to translate their latest runway collections into living spaces at the Aldyn, a condominium on the Upper West Side of Manhattan.
The list includes Jeffrey Banks, Alabama Chanin, Liz Lange, Richard Lambertson & John Truex for Tiffany & Co., Nicole Miller, Josie Natori, and Elie Tahari—each of whom has partnered with a top-name interior decorator—an equally prominent list, which includes Jonathan Adler, Jennifer Agus, Kerry Delrose, Jennifer Garrigues with Diana el Daher, Malcolm James Kutner, Jack Levy, Patrik Lönn, James Rixner and Felicia Zwebner.
The show house opening on September 21, 2010, coincides with the release of the book American Fashion Designers at Home, published by Assouline.
Lambertson-Truex for Tiffany & Co. room rendering, executed in partnership with interior designer Patrik Lönn
In addition to the showhouse, additional units in the building based on American fashion icons will be created by interior designers Robert Bardin, Eric Hilton, Sean Johnson, Carey Karlan, Jennifer McGee, Donald Schermerhorn, and Arden Stephenson.
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