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Wick chosebecause of its gracethis Antony Todd wingback armchair ful lines and teal color that brightens against the chocolate tones of the room. “It’s feminine and balances the square lines of the couch,” she says. “It has a high back, which gives it scale and grounds it within the room.” “ t’s rare to have such a clear view of the city,” says Wick of her south-facing view. “I cherish the moments when I’m home and witness both dawn and dusk.” I be her first time abroad; before her period at Vogue, she worked in public relations at the Australian Kite Surfing Association in Australia. Both travel and eco awareness continue to be a motivation for Wick. “I’m inspired by observing how people live in different parts of the world and love bringing aspects of it into my apartment,” she says. “Down the line when I can design my own home, I intend to incorporate green products and an efficient use of energy.” For now, she has been using her studio to mimic her California roots, her lifestyle, and her personal dichotomy. “I like to be glamorous at times and an athletic tomboy at others,” says Wick, whose 575-squarefeet home includes a range of objects, from inherited family paintings to a tennis trophy from her teenage years. Wick credits Hindmarch with teaching her not to take herself too seriously. With bookshelves that are home to a broken-in straw cowboy hat and antlers playfully interacting with aged editions of Tolstoy’s works, it’s clear Wick learned her lesson. “My apartment feels lived in,” she says, having now been there for a year. “It’s sophisticated but not precious, comfortable but not sloppy.” r 197 Lonny april • may 2010 april • may 2010 Lonny 198