Sumptuous fabrics, flowers, and far-off locales. Romance was the name of the game this week, from a screening room upholstered in luxe red velvet to a retro coral-colored Italian salon decorated with lavender-hued blossom-shaped sconces. While many flocked to the French Riviera to participate in the film festival’s frenzy of festivities, Dior’s Fanny Bourdette-Donon celebrated a quiet moment in the star-studded city with a snap of a winding, pastel stairway, and designer Alber Elbaz spent his time on the Côte d’Azur relaxing in a hotel room embellished with roses. Living la vie bohème, Jeanne Damas, sitting curled in a chair, posed for a portrait in the Parisian studio of artist Louis Thomas where paintings lined the walls and drawings lay scattered on the floor. Globe-trotter Sofía Sanchez de Betak stood below a mural of Fidel Castro’s “Patria o Muerte” outside a hidden restaurant in a dilapidated mansion in Havana. And we could imagine no better night’s sleep than beneath the delicate dreamy silk floral sheets at It-Brit Alice Naylor-Leyland’s weekend getaway. Above, a look at the 11 most swoon-worthy interiors of the week.
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