Be Relevant or Be Dead

An interview with designer Timothy Oulton By Shelley Black Timothy Oulton’s beginnings in furniture started in the late ’70s at a small antiques shop that was owned by his dad. Profoundly influenced by his love of antiquities, his father’s military background and an inherent affection for British heritage, Tim has spent the past few decades […]

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Interview with Gabriel Scott

Homefront tracked down Scott Richler and Gabriel Kakon of Gabriel Scott to chat about their design philosophies, their expansion plans and how as “brothers-in-law” they can improbably work together.

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The Queen of Taupe

With more than 40 years at the forefront of the design industry, London-based Kelly Hoppen MBE is one of the most celebrated and sought-after interior designers in the world.

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30 Years of Christian Lacroix

French designer Christian Lacroix’s signature couture was bold, exuberant, colourful and baroque. Today, his spirit lives on in an opulent collection of tableware, vibrant upholstery fabrics, iconic wallpaper and fabulous ready-to-wear clothing.

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Interview with Kimberley Seldon

Homefront managed to catch designer Kimberley Seldon in between taping a regular episode of Cityline and jumping on a flight to Edmonton, where she was meeting with former President Jimmy Carter.

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Defying the status quo

Dashing Dutch design superstar Marcel Wanders is a product and interior designer who first drew international recognition for his knotted chair in 1996.

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It’s Complicated

“London’s most prodigious dandy” is a somewhat multifarious moniker for a father of three who is, at the same time, a coveted interior designer, darling impresario and hands-on hotelier.

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Every Room Tells a Story

Homefront’s Shelley Black recently caught up with Kit while she was hard at work on her newest hotel, scheduled to open in New York City in the fall of 2016.

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