We’ve often wondered just what Diane von Furstenberg‘s insane penthouse looked like on the inside. When you walk past the DVF store in the Meatpacking District, all you can see is a polygonal glass roof to what we’ve always assumed was a super sick apartment. We were right.
Architectural Digest took a peek inside the designer’s home for its March issue, and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. Says DVF of her cool pad:
“Everybody told me when I came to this neighborhood that I was crazy—that it was full of drag queens, that it smelled awful because of all the butchers. All of that is true, and yet in a weird way the cobblestone streets remind me of Belgium.”
You can see all of the photos over at AD, though we’ve included a few of our favorites below:
this is some kind of spaceship or something.