Go inside the homes of Gucci’s international tastemakers.
The Toronto-based artist Maya Fuhr is best known for her pastel dreamscapes – and her plant-filled home with whitewashed walls and cool mint hues is no different. Swipe left to see inside.
‘My studio is my sanctuary. I’ll come most nights and I’ll edit my photographs, or I’ll draw. Most of my friends and my partner, they’re all artists. The most exciting part is actually sharing my art with my friends.’
‘Having plants in my bedroom is really important to me. I always have fresh flowers. My bed is like an island – like, I have eight pillows fluffed up that are always waiting for me at the end of the day.’
‘What I look forward to most is coming home around six o’clock, and the light is
really nice, and I’ll sit on my bench and decompress from the day.’ Photography by Juliette Cassidy. Styling by Tati Cotliar.
The Brixton home of artist Zineb Sedira is the perfect marriage of her French-Algerian heritage and 1960s London. Swipe left to see inside.
‘I’m definitely a collector. I’m not a hoarder yet, but I can see myself going that way. I do a lot of car-boot sales and flea markets. I’ve got a huge collection of vinyls, photographs and film posters, and I love Mid-Century furniture. I tend to gravitate towards 1960s British designers such as Ercol and G Plan.’
‘I don’t believe in the idea of only having one home. I feel at home in Algeria, France and England, for different reasons. I travel a lot, but there is always a nice feeling when I come back to Brixton. My children are here, so obviously I’m a bit more grounded here. I love my flat. It’s spiritual. It’s got life, it’s got soul.’
‘I grew up in the suburbs of Paris, and I came to England in 1986. My home is very eclectic. It reflects my own identity and my taste in objects, countries and cultures. There is a lot of African stuff: Egyptian posters, Tunisian rugs and books from all over.’ Photography by Hill & Aubrey. Styling by Tati Cotliar.
‘I always think that I am who I am because I grew up in this city,’ explains the Tokyo-based DJ. Swipe left to see inside her home.
‘My living room is half Japanese, half Western. It has lacquered mirrors and kimono chests from the early Meiji Era, and my wallpaper is William Morris.’
‘I love all the old-style cafes from the Shōwa period – going there is like travelling back in time. There's one near my house that I really like called Tsuta Coffee.’
‘I’m a collector, like my mother. I’ve always had an interest in vintage since I was a little girl. I think it stems from my desire to have things that no one else has.’ Photography by Hill and Aubrey. Styling by Tati Cotliar.
‘I’m very Italian — I like to play with chaos. My house is always messy, although I tidied up before you came!’ laughs the Milan-based stylist Francesca Cefis, whose work has appeared in titles including Vogue Italia and L’Uomo Vogue. Here, Francesca wears new-season Gucci and opens the doors to her stylish 1970s apartment in the North of Loreto, the city’s burgeoning creative district. Photography by Hill and Aubrey. Styling by Tati Cotliar.
Milan inspires me because everything is secret. It can be annoying sometimes – especially if you are not familiar with the city – but, visually and historically, it has everything. You need to keep looking to discover things.’
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