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How Fashion's Reed Krakoff and Lisa Perry Do Entry Spaces

Photo of Reed Krakoff by Douglas Friedman/Elle Decor; Photo of Lisa Perry by Oberto Gili/Elle Decor

It's not surprising that the homes of fashion designers have always been something of a fascination for shelter magazines; after all, these people presumably possess the kind of taste level well beyond the average person's and have the means to perfect their glassy mansions or restored palaces, or, in some cases, large collection of estates. This month's Elle Decor asks seven fashion designers to pose in their favorite room: for Coach honcho Reed Krakoff—who's Manhattan townhouse is the stuff of legendsthat means a sweeping foyer filled expressing "artisanal craftsmanship combined with warm modernism"; for Lisa Perry that means a bright, "blinding in its whiteness" entry hall filled with Pop Art. Head to Elle Decor for Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan, and more.

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