The first issue of WSJ. Magazine at the helm of former Domino editor in chief Deborah Needleman dropped this morning, in its folds an interiors story about the two-bedroom London studio of British singer/songwriter Bryan Ferry. Writes new WSJ. Magazine staffer Rita Konig: "This is the very chic house of an English gentleman—that fast-disappearing sort with fabulous masculine taste." The eclectically dressed space is filled with 20th-century British art, antique textiles, ceramics, Moroccan pots, and antique French pieces. Have a look above.
· The City Squire [WSJ. Magazine]