How to Get Fashion Editors’ Office Style at Home
Because the women who most inspire our #OOTDs also hold influence over our interiors.
Something artsy, something chic, something lucite, something street. You can't think about style all day in an unfashionable office, so it's no surprise that the industry's top magazine editors' workspaces are cuter than most people's apartments. Just take a peek at their Instagram accounts! Starting with a corporate white box, the leading ladies (and their interior designers) layer in sleek staples like glossy white desks, and slipper chairs, cool-kid artwork, and insider-y accents—think fashion week invites, beauty products as decor, and whatever the trendy snack item of the moment might be. Scroll down for the must-have ingredients to nail the look.
Compact floral arrangements are desk friendly, and choosing just one variety keeps things simple and neat.
Status Coffee Table Books
Chronicles of great fashion houses, door-stop photography tomes, and girl-power bibles are all fair game. More on cult-status coffee table books, here.
An Instagram-Friendly Statement Piece
Who needs a pool to chill with the summer's hottest inflatables? Not Eva Chen.
Whether it's a sheepskin throw or a beni ourain rug, something textural adds a luxe layer to a cookie cutter office space.
An office that exudes authority is a must, whether it's a signed print, a cool slogan poster, or a graphic fashion-week invite.
Photography in White Frames
Original artwork, poppy photography, and throwback prints of your mag's iconic covers all look fresh, feminine, and professional in crisp white frames. Bonus points for layering in leaning pieces.