We’re used to seeing outfit pictures all over our feeds, but now influencers are inviting us into their homes, and we can’t RSVP quickly enough. Not only are they tagging their latest outfits, but many of fashion’s finest are also granting access to their houses and tagging their interior buys as well.
Now you can snap up their wardrobes and get their same homewares (sofa, cushions, and mirrors included). When the likes of Rouje founder Jeanne Damas, Parisian It girl Anne-Laure Mais, and fashion, travel and beauty blogger/model/Missoma jewellery maker Lucy Williams show off their amazing homes, be prepared to want to shop not just their outfits but their home décor too.
When she’s not travelling around from destination to destination giving us all vacation envy, Lucy Williams’ at home in her West London flat giving us interior inspiration. From her favourite rigid jeans to her Insta-ready drinks trolley, you can get her full look below.
It’s worth every penny.
They’ll be your forever friend.
Green velvet interior isn’t going anywhere.
If the summer accessories aren’t woven, then we aren’t interested.
At home with Jeanne Damas is where we want to be—especially if it means being draped in Rouje’s latest wrap tops, slip dress and midi skirts at all times. Her outfits never miss a key print, and her home keeps this style consistent. Clashing patterns, vintage treasures and antique finds create the perfect backdrop for those #OOTD shots.
It’s not just rattan bags we’re after—woven furniture is in too.
Get this style and colourway while you can.
Perfect for those mirror shots.
These oval-shaped tortoiseshell sunglasses are a French-girl favourite. Hello, hero sunnies.
Miss Mais had a collab with the brand Leon & Harper last year, and now she’s got her own label called Musier Paris. Of course, we want to pick up her new collection, but she also provides all the homeware inspiration you’ll ever need—from her dream Parisian apartment and then some. Anne-Laure Mais can’t live without her plush pouffe and art collection, and we’ve found some similar options just for you. Note: Kitty not included (unfortunately).
Another cult skirt darting straight to the top of our list.
Is there anything we can’t count on Zara for?
It comes in dress form too, FYI.
Next up, the French fashion brands every stylish person should know.