Marc Jacobs certainly has an eye for style, and it’s not limited to his fashion. Recently, the fashion superstar opened the doors of his luxurious four-floor Greenwich Village home for Architectural Digest, for its annual Style Issue.
Marc purchased the newly constructed home for $10.495 million back in 2009, for himself and his fiancé at that time, Lorenzo Martone, and has since filled the 4,500 square foot space with a variety of expensive art and beautiful furniture.
Each item in the carefully curated home tells a tale.
The fashion veteran worked with the famous interior designers Paul Fortune, John Gachot, and Thad Hayes on his Greenwich Village townhouse.
“I’m not big on having a particular concept or look,” Jacobs says in response to a query about the aesthetic sensibility of his home. “I just want to live with things I genuinely love—great Art Deco furniture, pieces from the ’70s, and contemporary art. But I didn’t want the house to feel like a pristine gallery or a Deco stage set—just something smart, sharp, and comfortable.”
For more images and information on Marc Jacob’s home be sure to pay a visit to Architectural Digest website.