Eleven Lust-Worthy Closets & Dressing Rooms

Contemporary Closet Design

    Today we’re dreaming big and going luxe with some of the most covetable dressing rooms in D files. From double-decker closets, complete with their very own staircases, to entire rooms devoted to the meticulous storage and display of everything from knickers to gowns… these beautifully designed interiors are sure to make any morningread ON

The Amazing Hanbok in Shades of Traditional & Modern

Hanbok - Traditional Korean Dress

    Unlike the well known Japanese kimono and Chinese qipao, the Korean hanbok has enjoyed little recognition, especially in western circles, until recent years. Hanbok in Korean literally means Korean clothing. However, the term is most often used to refer to the traditional garb style that evolved over the Joseon period (circa 1392-1910). Today,read ON

Marina Rinaldi’s Homey London Flagship

Marina Rinaldi Shop London

    Tucked inside a three story Georgian mansion along the streets of Mayfair in London, lies Marina Rinaldi’s new flagship store. The Italian brand caters to the fashion and accessory needs of women with curves and the shop is designed to feel just like home… that is if your home were a mansion located in one ofread ON

THE URUSHI BIKE: Contemporary Design Meets Ancient Craft

Vanhulsteijn Limited Edition Urushi Bicycle for Sotheby's

    As part of Milan Design Week 2015, British brand Paul Smith played host to a stunning collection of bicycles by Dutch cycling brand Vanhulsteijn. The display of limited edition cycles centered around the showstopping Urushi bike – named for its labor intensive Japanese lacquer finish.       Conceived in a collaboration with Sotheby’s, the Vanhulsteijn Urushiread ON

DPAGES FAVORITES: April Twenty-Fifteen

DPAGES April 2015 Favorites

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. BLANKET – Herringbone Throw – Steven Alan 2. SURFBOARD – Pacific Surfboard in wood – Kelly Wearstler 3. CUSHION – Aranea Cashmere Pillow – DSHOP 4. UTENSILS – Iridescent Serving Utensils – ABC Carpet & Home 5. SOFA – Modern Line Collection by Greta Grossman (1949) – SUITE Newread ON

Peter Tay’s Boutique for Salon by Surrender

Peter Tay Studio - Salon by Surrender

    Best known for his sleek, luxurious aesthetic, Singapore-based designer Peter Tay has turned out one gem of a space for Salon by Surrender. His goal for the Southeast Asian boutique was to create a sort of avant-garde museum for display of the brand’s high end yet edgy streetwear and accessories. The result is a mix ofread ON

MAX-BONE: For the Impeccably Outfitted Pup

Max-Bone Dog Fashion

    Parisa Fowles-Pazdro, the design talent behind Max-Fowles womenswear, has taken her passion for luxury fabrics and impeccable tailoring to to a whole new level of chic with the launch of Max-Bone – a sophisticated lifestyle brand for the impossibly stylish pup. Based upon an ethos that you dog’s accoutrements should hold up toread ON