Anna Wintour’s Office: A Label-Whore Breakdown

Many of us have seen photos of Anna Wintour‘s office at this point—and it was most famously copied for “The Devil Wears Prada” (though she’s since redecorated to banish any similarities, we hear)—but what really makes up the chic space? Like, can we be label whores for a minute? Indeed, because Apartment Therapy has a piece-by-piece breakdown of its contents! (Based on the above screenshot from “The September Issue” and a few “60 Minutes” clips.) Check out all the interior details, after the jump!

Uptown interior designer Jesse Carrier did her working space as well as the Vogue reception rooms. His look favors beige, topiary plants and a generally restful feeling, but Wintour injects her own style—to wit:

Her rug: It’s antique. It’s a gorge dusty rose. It’s nothing you will ever find for sale anywhere. And it was added to offset some of the whites that ruled her office pre-”Devil.”

Those chairs: According to Unbeige, she went a bit industrial with the steel chairs her visitors sit in (hey, they shouldn’t get too comfortable). They’re actually a cafe classic “Chaise A” chair designed in 1934 by Xavier Pauchard for Tolix, which still manufactures them by hand in its Burgundian factory. Oh, and if you want them—they’re actually buy-able, Design Within Reach sells them for $250 each.

The ceramics on her desk: A small collection of Art Deco ceramics by British ceramicist Clarice Cliff.

[Apartment Therapy]

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