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THE EDIT | KIM FICARO







Kim Ficaro is a New York-based stylist who regularly creates shoots for the likes of Anthropologie and West Elm. She is also the author of The Inspired Home and is about to launch a new homewares collection, Totem.

Read her original interview on Daily Imprint.

Here are some of Kim's favourite things at home.


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Coffee La calombe
Tea Dried hibiscus flowers from markets in Mexico.
Treat Chocolate
Ski...

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CERAMICIST IVY WEINGLASS







Ivy Weinglasshas a long creative curriculum vitae. She has and continues to variously call herself an artist, stylist, set and production designer. But two years ago, after receiving the gift of a ceramics class from her parents, she has found her feet making hands (with her hands). Initially she created ceramic wares for fun. “And then I realised that I was as content and happy as I had ever...

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ARCHITECT AMEE ALLSOP







While working for renowned Australian architect Peter Stutchbury, Amee Allsopwoke up scared and excited to go to work everyday. It felt good, she says. “They were really impactful years for me, not just as a student of architecture but as a student of life,” she says. “It was blood, sweat, tears and such fun.” Amee grew up half in Australia and half in New York. She moved to the USA for the first...

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ARTIST DAVIDE BALLIANO






Italian artist Davide Ballianois making waves on the international art scene. While he was born in Turin, he currently lives and works in New York, where he is focussed on his art practice after a few years of assisting. He realises that he is on the cusp of something big. “The attention of internationally recognised curators, gallerists and collectors seems to be the main indication of the...

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ARTIST KARIN HAAS





Karin Haasalways knew that she was going to be an artist, but getting to that point was another matter. After showing a keen interest in drawing and painting, her parents enrolled her in classes at a young age. “My parents are both very passionate about art, music and fashion, and that really shaped the person that I am today,” says the New York-based artist. After school she studied printmaking...

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DESIGNER ANNA KARLIN







While Anna Karlin always knew she wanted to be a designer, she hasn’t been afraid to explore the whole breadth of what that means. Since completing her studies at the Glasgow School of Art, the British designer has worked in graphics and art direction, as well as set and interior design. Anna’s work has taken her places too - from designing part of a high-end shopping centre in Moscow to launching...

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PHOTOGRAPHER JAMES HOUSTON






Fifteen years ago photographer James Houston decided to start all over again. He had established a successful career in Australia, shooting editorials for Vogue Australiaand Black and White magazine but he wanted to work in New York. It took a while to break through but when he did, James did it with style - landing Donna Karan and Clinique as clients. Since then he has carved out a niche in...

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PHOTOGRAPHERS JULIA KOTELIANSKY + ALEXANDER KERR








After sitting behind a desk working on advertising jobs in New York, photographers Julia Koteliansky and Alexander Kerr of ioulexdecided to get behind the camera. The couple had met in Paris while studying at the Parsons School of Design and continue to travel between the two cities for work. Instead of waiting for the phone to ring, they set out to create work of their own, and a style that has...

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COSTUME DESIGNER CHRISTIAN JOY







The world of Christian Joyis reminiscent of old school New York in many ways. She creates costumes with a wink to how the punk movement attacked their clothes: with scissors and safety pins, even glue and paint, rather than a needle and thread. Christian also has the same underground vibe to her work. She revels in creating fanastical costumes that aren't about finding a market but rather...

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ARTIST HOLLY COULIS







There are not many overnight success stories in the art world. It is a vocation that is perhaps best suited to constancy and consistency. “It seems like a slow and steady life to me,” says Holly Coulis, a Canadian artist who has called Brooklyn, New York, home since 1999. “That may be the way it is for many artists: spending time in the studio, making your work, meeting other artists over the...

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