Thursday, September 23, 2010

Living in Style: Jason Wu's Studio

As I've mentioned in a previous post, I love to see where fashion designers live and work. This is the atelier of Jason Wu at his new Manhattan head-quarters. He visited so many places until he found "the one" and it really is a great one! The most important to him is to be in the heart of the garment district,  the fabric and trim stores.



Jason Wu at the reception area.


I love the mix and match style of the room, old and modern furniture in the same space.


This chunky wooden table at the center of the studio, which he brought from his previous office, has seen a lot of history. On this table Jason designed his first deal with Bergdorf Goodman and also where he sew beads and fabric petals onto the gown of Michelle Obama for the inaugural ball.

I love the unique wallpaper made of pages of the New York Observer created by Elizabeth Dow.




Architect Valle hung simple steel racks from the ceiling at varying heights to display skirt, dresses and gowns.

Bright red Thonet chairs in the dining area.

Those two paintings are Jason's designs.

Photos from Elle Decor October issue

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