Emily Ratajkowski’s apartment would have to be one of my all time favourites. It’s surprising because I am generally a neat freak and love organisation, but there is something about it’s eclectic vibe that makes it’s informality desirable.
First of all it’s comparable to an art museum. I love how all of the paintings are so different in style but come together to create this amazing mass of art. It’s a bit of grunge, sophistication, feminism and luxury all rolled into one.
Secondly, I love the stacks of books and records. They aren’t the stereotypical stack of Kate Moss and Mario Testino placed strategically on a marble coffee table (guilty) but a huge mound of worn novels.
Finally the open plan industrial set up has been strategically (or not so strategically) divided into separate living areas with a mix of furniture and rugs. Again, nothing matches but everything seems to have a story. It is alot harder than you’d think to create a space like this that is what I would term a sophisticated mess. Most of the time you try and just end up with a mess.
Loving Emily Ratajkowski more and more, not only because of her mad interior design skills but her fearlessness to speak out about feminism, equality and all of the other controversial* topics of the next generation.
*I say controversial for lack of a better term as it seems that is how these subjects are currently classified. With people of influence pushing for change towards a more equal society hopefully the topics will in future be no longer topics at all, just an old school mentality that we’ve evolved from.