Scalamandre’s Kathryn Ireland Collection and more, way more…

A little Friday fun…

This news from Architectural Digest is way too good not to share.  Kathryn Ireland of Million Dollar Decorators has created a collection of fabrics with Scalamandre and the ad is a sight to behold. It is brazen, bold and frankly bad ass. You gotta love this woman!

The scoop on the debut party at the home of the designer in Santa Monica was shared by Editor at Large. Read the whole story and see more photos HERE

The daring new ad campaign features the designer as the subject of a painting resembling La Grande Odalisque by Neoclassical painter Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres depicting an odalisque, or concubine. The ad-campaign will debut in the May issue of Architectural Digest.

According to Scalmandré president Steven Stolman, “Kathryn embodies that same lush aesthetic—she positively smolders. She was an incredibly good sport as we tried to recreate the painting while featuring the fabrics from her new collection for Scalamandré. The results are eerily spot on—and certainly effective.”

Ireland added, “Steven Stolman called me one day and asked if I had a problem taking off my clothes and I responded—anything for you guys.”

Kathryn with her clothes on…Here is a peek at the collection thanks to AD. 

The linen Downton

The linen-cotton Wynyard

The Linen Duden Lodge

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