Agyness Deyn’s New York loft – headache much?
London’s hippest It-kid (perhaps next to Alexa Chung), Agyness Deyn*, is selling her New York loft and – as often happens with these things – the sale of this property has necessitated photographs of its interiors being circulated all over …
London’s hippest It-kid (perhaps next to Alexa Chung), Agyness Deyn*, is selling her New York loft and – as often happens with these things – the sale of this property has necessitated photographs of its interiors being circulated all over the interwebs. (The fashion world weeps with joy.)
I have quite eclectic tastes, and my home resembles something between the inside of an Avoca store and the inside of an insane fashion-obsessed person’s brain, but this level of eclecticism is beyond even me. It’s as if Agyness is entirely consumed with the idea of owning something from every single era in history, without any consideration for the concepts of continuity or Feng Shui (for shame).
In a way, the interiors are such a pity because the space itself looks incredible, and I don’t hate the walls, floors or ceilings, so the loft could be a good investment. But I wonder how much of your money you’d be spending on owning an array of couches and chairs, enough for your entire extended family to come over and play separate games of chess on each available surface.
Not the most relaxing bathroom in the world, but the tap fixture is interesting, at least. (That said, it’s not as if you could accuse Agyness of being boring in any of her interior décor.)
Now, all that said, I do quite like the bedroom. It reminds me of The Little Mermaid mixed with some kind of crazy Russborough room, both of which references please me mightily. What do you think? Would you go for this kind of devil-may-care interior or would it give you the migraine to end all migraines?
All images via Grazia Daily.
* Did you know Agyness’s real name is Laura Hollins? So it stands to reason that her home might be as contrived as her persona.