Fashionista, fashion industry news site
The fashion brand needed a stylish office to match their employees. Storage and organization were major design changes.
Photographs by Claire Esparros.
When fashion news site Fashionista came to Homepolish seeking a stylish office revamp to match their namesake, we jumped at the chance to give their well-heeled employees a space that looks just as good as they do. Homepolish designer Danielle Arps met with the team and dove right in, working on organization and storage
What Fashionista needed most was a solution for the copious fashion and beauty products sent to them on the daily. “I found pre-made individual shelves from Wayfair and had them placed, almost ceiling to floor, to look custom,” Danielle said. “Then we lined the bookshelves with Calico Wallpaper to elevate the whole look.” Danielle used texture and color to make the space feel ultra-glam by mixing bold, bright patterns in an unexpected way.”The team really trusted me to make sure their functional needs were met in a space that looks great,” Danielle said. “It’s super glam, edgy and very New York.” And the team agrees. “It’s very Fashionista,” CEO John Lerner said. “It’s bright, colorful and contemporary. We love it.”
It’s very Fashionista. It’s bright, colorful and contemporary. We love it.- John Lerner, CEO Fashionista