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    13 Insanely Fabulous Fashion Designer Homes

    Dear Cynthia Rowley: can we trade?

    1. Diane von Furstenberg's sprawling Connecticut country estate.

    And the giant wooden lipstick in her yard.

    Via talesofendearment.com

    Which is an innovative way to renovate unsightly trees.

    2. Ralph Lauren's minimalist Manhattan duplex.

    William Abranowicz / Via elledecor.com
    William Abranowicz / Via elledecor.com
    William Abranowicz / Via elledecor.com
    William Abranowicz / Via elledecor.com

    3. Christian Louboutin's relaxing Egyptian retreat.

    Ivan Terestchenko / Via elledecor.com
    Ivan Terestchenko / Via elledecor.com
    Ivan Terestchenko / Via elledecor.com
    Ivan Terestchenko / Via elledecor.com

    4. Irene Neuwirth's sweet Los Angeles home.

    And enviable closet organization.

    5. Anna Sui's dramatic New York City apartment.

    Eric Boman / Via elledecor.com
    Eric Boman / Via elledecor.com
    Eric Boman / Via elledecor.com

    Another luxe closet situation.

    6. Derek Lam's cozy New York City loft.

    Douglas Friedman / Via harpersbazaar.com
    Douglas Friedman / Via harpersbazaar.com
    Douglas Friedman / Via harpersbazaar.com

    7. Cynthia Rowley's feminine Manhattan townhouse.

    Via elledecor.com

    A pool in NYC is a rarity.

    8. Rachel Antonoff's NYC apartment.

    Via thecoveteur.com

    Understated and cute, like the designer.

    9. Erin Fetherston's romantic NYC apartment.

    10. Alexander Wang's ultra-trendy NYC loft.

    Maciek Kobielski / Via wmagazine.com

    Maybe even too trendy.

    Maciek Kobielski / Via wmagazine.com
    Maciek Kobielski / Via wmagazine.com
    Maciek Kobielski / Via wmagazine.com

    11. Karl Lagerfeld's steely Paris apartment.

    Via fashionologie.com

    Cold and icy, like his soul.

    12. Valentino Garavani's insane French château.

    Simon Watson / Via architecturaldigest.com
    Simon Watson / Via architecturaldigest.com
    Simon Watson / Via architecturaldigest.com
    Simon Watson / Via architecturaldigest.com

    13. And Margherita Missoni's pattern-happy (but of course) Milan apartment.

    Via lifestylemirror.com

    With creature cubby holes.