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Behold: The Very Chic Interiors of 12 Fashion Designer Homes

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Robert Duffy's (of Marc Jacobs) living room in Manhattan. Photo by William Waldron/Architectural Digest

If you've ever wondered, "Gee, where does Marc Jacobs President Robert Duffy hang his giant pimp hat when he goes home at night?" wonder no longer. This month, Elledecor.com has aggregated the magazine's past coverage of fashion designers' homes into a dedicated house-porn wormhole page, and Architectural Digest has devoted its October 2012 issue to the very same cause. Our sister site Curbed has selected the best of the best. Enjoy after the jump.

Cynthia Rowley's living room in Manhattan. Photo by Roger Davies/Elle Decor

Christian Louboutin's dining room in Aswân, Egypt. Photo by Ivan Terestchenko/Elle Decor

Milly designer Michelle Smith's living room in Manhattan. Photo by Roger Davies/Elle Decor

Ralph Lauren's kitchen in Manhattan. Photo by William Abranowicz/Elle Decor

Gilles Mendel's bedroom in Manhattan. Photo by William Waldron/Elle Decor

Trina Turk's dining room in Los Angeles. Photo by Roger Davies/Elle Decor

Anna Sui's study in Manhattan. Photo by Eric Boman/Elle Decor

Mark Badgley and James Mischka's library in Kentucky. Photo by Roger Davies/Elle Decor

Andrew Gn's drawing room in Paris. Photo by Simon Upton/Elle Decor

Nanette Lepore's closet in Manhattan. Photo by William Waldron/Elle Decor

Valentino Garavani's winter garden near Paris. Photo by Simon Watson/Architectural Digest


· Behold Fashion's Loveliest Homes, as Seen in Shelter Books [Curbed]
· Of Course Karl Lagerfeld Would Have One of These in His Bedroom [Racked]