Jenna Lyons, J.Crew's irritatingly flawless-looking executive creative director with a penchant for owning irritatingly flawless-looking houses, recently gave the photographers at Fast Company full reign of her NYC office, exposing her quirky work space—which Fast Company calls "a cross between a boudoir and an artist's loft"—to the watchful eye of a 360-degree panoramic camera. The tour reveals, perhaps unsurprisingly, a carefully curated collection of stylish clutter, tchotchkes ("a word I always use but can't spell") that include a highlighter yellow T-Rex, a peach-colored fur, a brass apple and banana, a tiny orange monster, and, of course, washi tape aplenty. It's all offset by a midcentury credenza, clusters of unhung art, a white Eames office chair, and snippets of inspiration taped to the wall behind her desk. Detail shots, below.
Oh, and that 360-degree tour? Right this way.
· Inside Jenna Lyons Office [Fast Company]
· How Jenna Lyons Transformed J.Crew Into a Cult Brand [Fast Company via Apartment Therapy]
· All Office Spaces posts [Curbed National]
· All Jenna Lyons posts [Curbed National]