In todays world it's near impossible to find a modern design diva or fashion fanatic that doesn't totally worship Kelly Wearstler, and I'm no exception to this rule. With her ready-to-wear line turning 1, I decided to take a look at some of her edgy fall designs next to a few of my favorite interior images.
Kelly Wearstler's living room stuns with graphic patterns and cool, layered shades of blue. Wearstler's fall 2012 ready-to-wear offerings have the same great color layering and this season she introduces denim to her line. She gives us six colors of acid washed jeans to choose from - check out my favorite, the Mason jeans in jade. Love her black and white coffee table? The Cube Batik Print pencil skirt is a perfect translation.
I adore this seductive master bedroom, recently featured in Elle Decor. Extravagant layers and textures elevate the traditional neutral toned room to a glam 1970s abode. Wearstler's Winston Fox Fur Jacket (right) has a similar vibe of unassuming opulence.
Kelly Wearstler is known for Hollywood Regency designs shows her over the top layering of colors and fabrics in her home office. Quirky gold chairs add an unexpected element to what could be over the top girly purple and pink hues. Raspberry tuxedo trousers (similar here) combined with an eighties inspired muscle tank give a similar effect.
When Kelly Wearstler designed the Viceroy Santa Monica she fused classic sophistication and contemporary chic.In her Fall 2012 ready-to-wear collection modern shapes and color blocking echo the British Regency style Wearstler used when designing the Viceroy Santa Monica in all kelly green, white and black.