When it comes to designing a décor space, it's much like putting together an outfit. It requires the right pieces and accessories to make everything work, displaying the fact that fashion and interior design truly do go hand in hand. This season, Brazilian furnishings brand unveiled the sixth edition of its annual Design House, celebrating the brand's 40th anniversary and "A Fashionable Life." The exhibition is situated in the , where nine handpicked design firms curated spaces inspired by international fashion houses. The results are absolutely stunning, taking the likes of Tom Ford and Stella McCartney and showcasing their sartorial aesthetic into thoughtfully designed vignettes.
The designers behind Antrobus+Ramirez fashioned a space with black and beige colors, metallic copper accents and intricate textures. In line with Stella McCartney's commitment to using cruelty-free materials in her designs, only organic and synthetic materials were used to curate the vegan space.
Cary Fernandez paired with Dolce & Gabbana for her first appearance at the Design House, and created a bedroom concept revolving around deep maroons and beiges. Curvy arrangements and leather pieces help to exude D&G's authentic elegance.
Avant Design, made up of sisters Cristina and Monica Souza, created a space around Tom Ford that epitomizes the designer's aesthetic with a rich emerald and black color palette. Added velvet pieces provide an element of luxe that is synonymous to Ford.
Paired with eye-catching fashion house Pucci, Daniela Saliba's space is nicknamed "The Outdoor Comfort," for its airy green-pink-white color combination. Sleek chaise lounge chairs line the space, and a stylish laser-cut wooden screen is reminiscent of our favorite Pucci prints.
Aligning himself with Balenciaga, Jader Almeida chose wood pieces in sharp lines and hanging gold and glass ceiling lights for a look that showcases architectural shapes the Spanish fashion house loves.
Touches of red and lace accents line Mirtha's living space of black, white and cool grays. With contemporary art additions and sleekly shaped furniture, the room epitomizes Valentino's bold vibe.
Luciana's light-filled space of warm beiges and browns features a quilted bed frame and hand-stitched chairs. Her space also displays iconic black and white photographs of the noted fashion designer, further solidifying the pairing.
Susy's design space of dark grays and black is nothing short of a sleek atmosphere for viewers. Selecting pieces with mirrored edges creates a visually compelling geometric space in line with the essence of the Parisian fashion house.
Paired with Italian bespoke giant Brunello Cucinelli, Marisol Pinto designed a vignette based around beige and cocoa accents, featuring several pieces indoor/outdoor pieces that give a nod to the Cucinelli's refined yet wearable ease.