Fashion Designers Dress Up Rooms For CFDA’s Showhouse

New York Fashion Week might be over, but style lives on at luxe Manhattan building The Aldyn, where a coterie of fashion stars, including Diane von Furstenberg and Elie Tahari have teamed up with interior designers to create a spanking-new showhouse to benefit the Council of Fashion Designers of America.

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Wrap-dress maven and CFDA president, Diane von Furstenberg gave a preview of her upcoming home line in her rooms with Delrose Design Group.
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A dining area with dinnerware from DVF's new home collection.
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A trompe l'oeil wall covering of arches gives the entry a spacious look.
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Interior designers Jeffrey Banks and Jack Levy went mad for plaid in the bedroom inspired by tartan-loving fashion icon Geoffrey Beene.
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A dressmaker's dummy, lamp and rug in the Geoffrey Beene-sparked space.
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Mismatched plaid bedding brings an offbeat charm to the bed.
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Bold stripes are paired with animal prints in the contemporary great room by Richard Lambertson and John Truex of Tiffany & Co., and interiors maestro Patrik Lönn.
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Tiffany's signature blue boxes bedeck the dining area.
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A haircalf satchel from Tiffany's debut handbag collection perfectly coordinates with the giraffe-print bench.
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Color-loving design guru and a judge on "Top Design," Jonathan Adler filled his kids' room with pieces from his Junior line of pint-size furnishings, which will be available in April.
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With hot pink trim, a half canopy adds a sophisticated, feminine touch.
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Shimmering wallpaper and a plush mini armchair glam up Jonathan Adler's space for tykes.
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New York-based interior designer Malcolm James Kutner chose an understated color palette for his bedroom with womenswear honcho Elie Tahari. A fur throw makes a luxe statement.
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An homage to style pioneer Claire McCardell, this '40s-style bedroom features a vintage Swedish textile as a wall covering.
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This polished, elegant living room was conceived with Hollywood icon Grace Kelly in mind.
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Champagne coupes and bubbly await for the celebration to begin for Grace Kelly's Oscar win in 1954.
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On display on the coffee table is a book dedicated to Grace Kelly's soigné wardrobe from such films as "Rear Window." The draping of her white dress inspired the room's curtains.
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