On their new Issue, Elle Decor dedicated a few special pages to their photographers to show how they live and how their home is like.
They spend their life travelling and they are used to being “on the move” but the pandemic change that lifestyle and they had more time to spend at home. What does their home actually looks like?
Living in a fifth-floor duplex apartment in the city os Paris for the past decade, Sylvie describes the style of their home by saying “It’s simple, but not so simple”. She shares the home with her husband and their dog, Easy Lady. The apartment has an incredible view of the Eiffel Tower and a plaster mirror rescued from the set of Jean Cocteau’s La Belle et La Bête
San Francisco is the home of Alanna Hale. She is a book lover and her home is a perfect picture of that. The centerpiece of her San Francisco apartment is a bookshelf – made by her!. “Home is never more exciting to come back to than when you’ve been away from it for a while.”
A studio, in Brooklyn, is the home of Frank Frances. He found this home in the midst of last summer’s Black Lives Matter protests. The studio breathes inspiration and it’s a place where Frances loves to spend time with his son, Marley, and practice his protograph skills as well as to process the trauma of growing up in the American South, “This series is a way to confront and reframe the experiences that I had growing up.”
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