Supermodel Elsa Hosk has long been serving us some of the best in model-off-duty looks; her Instagram is a visual diary of impeccable New York streetstyle and an abundant source of daily outfit inspo. But it seems that Hosk’s unique style isn’t limited to her closet.
Photos: Max Burkhalter/Architectural Digest
Clever, Architectural Digest’s younger digital brand, has recently unveiled Hosk as their fall cover star, taking us into her SoHo loft apartment for the new issue. The airy space is filled with vintage gems and extraordinary pieces (we’re talking giant Isamu Noguchi lanterns) that show off the model’s incredible knack for interior design too. Her apartment is a testimony to doing without a professional decorator and just going with your gut.
“Design is the ultimate creative process—you can really reflect your feelings and your mood into your surroundings”
– Elsa Hosk for Clever, Architectural Digest
From the nifty dressing room nook beneath the staircase, to the exposed brick walls and her candy-coloured mezzanine bedroom, Hosk’s apartment boasts the same spirit as her outfits. It’s unexpectedly vibrant, completely on-trend (yet timeless), and just insanely cool.
For those keen to know more about the process behind the 2-year-long renovation effort and an in-depth look at all the little details of Hosk’s apartment, the Swedish model has posted her own tour of the place on her IGTV. Check it out below:
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