Anna Wintour, US Vogue editor-in-chief whom everyone thought is depicted as the boss “immortalized” in The Devil Wear Prada, has two Long Island home.
The wonderfully aged kitchen with weathered wood furniture is delightful.
With the same mossy tone, this corner is inviting in summer but perhaps a tad too cold for winter. But again, this is a summer home.
Anna Wintour’s immaculate living room. As it’s a summer house, the fireplace isn’t used. The French country style armchairs and sofas are very attractive and evocative of a summer retreat.
It’s all about texture: linen, wood, seagrass, cotton and silk, all creating a relaxing vacation home for the famous Vogue editor.