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.
Wrap-dress maven and CFDA president, Diane von Furstenberg gave a preview of her upcoming home line in her rooms with Delrose Design Group.
A dining area with dinnerware from DVF's new home collection.
A trompe l'oeil wall covering of arches gives the entry a spacious look.
Interior designers Jeffrey Banks and Jack Levy went mad for plaid in the bedroom inspired by tartan-loving fashion icon Geoffrey Beene.
A dressmaker's dummy, lamp and rug in the Geoffrey Beene-sparked space.
Mismatched plaid bedding brings an offbeat charm to the bed.
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.
Tiffany's signature blue boxes bedeck the dining area.
A haircalf satchel from Tiffany's debut handbag collection perfectly coordinates with the giraffe-print bench.
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.
With hot pink trim, a half canopy adds a sophisticated, feminine touch.
Shimmering wallpaper and a plush mini armchair glam up Jonathan Adler's space for tykes.
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.
An homage to style pioneer Claire McCardell, this '40s-style bedroom features a vintage Swedish textile as a wall covering.
This polished, elegant living room was conceived with Hollywood icon Grace Kelly in mind.
Champagne coupes and bubbly await for the celebration to begin for Grace Kelly's Oscar win in 1954.
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.