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The CFDA and Assouline Take Us Inside Fashion Designers' Homes

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Who doesn't like a little interior decor porn?

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) will feed our fetish this autumn with the September release of American Fashion Designers at Home, a coffee-table picture-book published by Assouline that will feature interior shots from homes of 115 CFDA members including Milly by Michelle Smith (above), Donna Karan, Carolina Herrera, Josie Natori, and Elie and Rory Tahari.

This is the ultimate voyeuristic journey," says author Rima Suqi. "If you are a New Yorker, and, like me, are always looking into people's windows if the lights are on, this will feel very similar, except that they are all the homes of fashion designers."
· CFDA to Give Glimpse of Designers' Homes [WWD]