February 7th, 2013

Lee Radziwill Covers T Mag

It’s magazine launch week. Not just the WSJ. and Net-a-Porter’s The Edit, but T Magazine, newly helmed by Deborah Needleman (formerly of WSJ.), has Lee Radziwill photographed at home in Paris by Francois Halard, on the debut cover.

I am besotted with the botanical prints, chinoiserie fabric and naturally, the gilt mirror. Trés jolie.

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CHLOÉ

Long wool blazer

JOSEPH

Jamie panelled silk dress

REJINA PYO

Lila hooded checked wool-blend duffle coat

JOSEPH

Sinclair sucked silk-crepe blouse

JOSEPH

Collins draped silk skirt

LOEWE

Point-toe navy suede and leather chelsea boots

KHAITE

Doris cotton-gabardine trench coat

GIANVITO ROSSI

55 leather knee boots

VICTORIA, VICTORIA BECKHAM

Color-block ribbed merino wool turtleneck sweater

ISABEL MARANT

Nirvy studded leather sandals

REJINA PYO

Avery oversized belted two-tone cotton twill trench coat

J.W. ANDERSON

Scare Crow suede ankle boots

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  • Gorgeous – I adore the chairs.

    AprilFebruary 7th, 2013  3:31 PM

     
  • I am crying over the gold coffee table, the mirror, the giraffes (my obsession). I also enjoy the piles of books with fantastic florals in the centre; it’s perfect imperfection. And I love Lee! Never a hair out of place with that woman!

    CeceFebruary 7th, 2013  3:43 PM

     
  • Lee Radziwell; an absolute class act. Thank you.

    SheridanFebruary 7th, 2013  4:14 PM

     
  • I meant “Radziwill” not “Radziwell”. Typo!

    SheridanFebruary 7th, 2013  4:17 PM

     
  • I love the room set ups, especially the chair fabric (Chinosese ).
    Very tasteful, serene and yet homely too in an elegant yet unpretentious way . Beautiful. It’s now on my save page for image ideas!

    RuthFebruary 7th, 2013  5:18 PM

     
  • The bright white background on the chair fabric and walls makes it fresh and new.

    HeathcliffFebruary 7th, 2013  11:41 PM

     
  • Traditional decor cannot be outdone! Compare this to the taupe, beige, brown, black, white, overly-decorated, high-drama rooms of every shelter magazine these days. This looks like a real home, cheerful, comfy, feminine. Ms. Radziwill looks lovely as well.

    PaulineFebruary 8th, 2013  3:04 AM

     
  • divine!

    ElizabethFebruary 8th, 2013  11:14 AM

     
  • homes can look dramatic and still feel homey. I am a little disappointed with some of her choices..she is one of the most stylish dressers in the world, why isn’t her home?

    amelFebruary 8th, 2013  11:37 AM

     
  • I think the coffee table is gorgeous, as is the mirror, but I feel like the rest of it looks like it came straight from a showroom floor. No feeling of anything human about it to me.

    KathyFebruary 8th, 2013  12:03 PM

     
  • I loved this. I love the bursts of pink and the framed botanical prints. The video on Lee was so interesting as well. She is as beautiful as ever. Effortless and chic!

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    Caitlin ConfidentialFebruary 10th, 2013  5:54 PM

     

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