Mitchell Owens

March 9, 2012

Isabel Lopez-Quesada’s Design Boutique

(Slide show) Located next to her elegant Madrid home, which is featured in our April 2012 issue, the decorator’s shop is a cult favorite among interiors insiders. AD takes a tour
March 7, 2012

Isabel Lopez-Quesada’s Elegant Villa

In a leafy Madrid neighborhood, the decorator converts a former wax factory into a graceful home and work space
February 17, 2012

Collecting Charlotte Perriand’s Wood Furniture

With pieces ranging from elegant free-form tables to simple, Alpine-inspired stools and benches, the French designer made rustic oak, fir, and pine look chic--even voluptuous
February 7, 2012

"Dior Joaillerie" Showcases the Brilliant Work of Victoire de Castellane

Flower rings and other exquisite baubles come to life on the pages of a new book, which pays tribute to the talented creative director of Christian Dior jewelry
January 31, 2012

At Home with Giorgio Armani in Switzerland

Using dark mahogany instead of golden pine, the fashion superstar transforms his Saint Moritz retreat into a couture take on traditional alpine style
January 5, 2012

Ralph Rucci’s Self-Portrait

In his lushly illustrated new book, Autobiography of a Fashion Designer, the acclaimed New York couturier offers intimate glimpses of his private and public personas
January 3, 2012

Design Gives Back: Alpha Workshops

Creative minds from across the industry lend their talents to causes close to their hearts
January 3, 2012

Design Gives Back: Falmouth Heritage Renewal

Creative minds from across the industry lend their talents to causes close to their hearts
December 12, 2011

Spotlight on the Mobilier National

The innovative furnishings created under France's centuries-old state-supported design program are celebrated in a pair of shows, including a small survey of pieces from the 1960s to the early '80s at the New York gallery Demisch Danant
December 12, 2011

New Sculpture Gallery at the Frick Collection

The beloved New York museum has enclosed a garden portico in glass to create a graceful, light-filled exhibition space that is nearly a century overdue