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Todd Selby knows that your home is your castle

Todd Selby has taken his experience and love of documenting homes and applied it to the studio spaces that are so important to our favourite fashion faces. In selecting those who really care about the craft, about making things meaningful and beautiful, Todd has compiled a brilliant book of creatives and their places. To celebrate the release, we've rounded up our highlights...

Text from Fashionable Selby
Available now in all major book stores

  • Dries Van Noten

    “As I pulled up to Dries’ studio near Antwerp’s harbour, I spied the designer rolling in on his bike, carrying a huge bouquet of flowers he had cut in his garden earlier that morning. Stopping to smell the roses as it were, is pretty rare among designers as iconic as Dries, but you can see how his attention to the little things brings an incredible energy to projects around the studio.”

    Dries Van Noten

  • Iris Van Herpen

    "For me, fashion becomes art when the viewer or wearer changed the perception of what is beauty, what are clothes, what is function, what is identity, and what is the future."

    Iris Van Herpen

  • Nicola Formichetti

    "This is where the magic and madness happens. I sit here and plan all sorts of naughty things."

    Nicola Formichetti

  • Kiko Mizuhara

    “I love fun things. I’m happy to be with my cats and lots of cheerful colours.”


  • Fred Butler

    “While most accessories designers are fashion obsessives above all, Fred got her start in prop-making – and it shows. This is, after all, the lady who made the blue telephone helmet that Lady Gaga wore”.

    Fred Butler