Inside Designer Erdem’s London Townhouse Filled with Antique Objects | Vogue

In the latest of Vogue’s “Objects of Affection” series, London-based fashion designer Erdem Moralıoğlu’s home proves to be just as romantic as the gowns he creates. The home was previously owned by artist Duffy Ayers, and Erdem keeps her memory alive with a still life she once possessed that now sits above the fireplace of what was her studio space. Erdem also talks about his fascination with busts and how Cecil Beaton inspired an entire fashion collection.

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