I told you I’m always curious about the backstages of fashion. Someone’s home tells so much about that person, I’m almost nervous to cross their threshold, be it just virtually, through imagery!
Manolo Blahnik home holds that old, bourgeois charm that we often see in designers cribs (as photographed by Ivan Terestchenko’s lenses, the same who signed the YSL book a while back). It must cradle their fantastic imagination in some unknown ways known to us, ikea devotes. Something that could last for ages, comforting like your granny’s chicken stock in long winters. Ladies and gents, welcome chez Manolo Blahnik!
I missed you so much that a home-y subject felt like the right thing to do. Remember I told you we had this wedding coming up? My sister-in-law’s, bless her heart – she got married this very weekend and the ceremony (plus the reception) took place in a country-ish, heavenly place, far away from the big cities (and the technology within – so we had a bit of trouble finding a stable internet connection over there). It was wonderful, we’re all back now, excited for the happy young couple and so very delighted to get back to you and share the blessing of such special union. (photos Ivan Terestchenko)
Since you do not find necessary to ask permission first, it would be much appreciated if you could give credit to the photographer in a more specific way than just a “via”. Thank you.
A nice peek into the home of the master cobbler. :)
His home looks lovely and comfortably stylish.
Oh and your photos are lovely Mr.Terestchenko, you have a good eye for capturing the comfort of his home.
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