I moved to New York in January and my whole thing about this place was I'd lived in like a shoe box when I was first--it was my first place out from when I lived in London. And so, when I came to New York, I was like, you know what, I want to treat my self to a big space where I can kind of put stuff around in and collect some stuff. I'm going to organize this mess first.
So this is kind of where I would eat, if I have the chance to actually sit down at a dinner table without having my dog try and eat it.
My shoes, my staircase, this is my living room with my good old 70s bar, which is a really great find.
My place is sort of a halfway house for creative Londoners. And I've got like, my--a really good friend--Kate Murass, who is this amazing graphic designer ended up staying here for like a month or two and she ended up making me that, just to thank me, which is a really cool little, kind of graphic design piece for my cabinet.
I've been planning to move back to London for a while but--then I bought my puppy, that's Monty.
And here he is, in a tuxedo. He thought he'd dress for the occasion.
Yeah, this is one of my favorite books that my lovely boyfriend bought me when I was in a bad mood, to cheer me up but--I just adore Vivienne Westwood so much.
So these are my--a pair of my Alejandro shoes. They're so good. So good. I bought them in Bloomingdales. They're just the greatest shoes ever. He's such a genius.
Me and Will have matching Egg and Bacon Converse. They're pretty cool, but you can't miss the egg and bacon, that's the best part.
Yeah, this is kind of my little space. I just--I put like a load of superheroes up to protect me when I'm here on my own, and some cool little reminders of, you know, the universe is bigger than just planet Earth.