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Inside Fashion's Craziest Pads — Our Faves From The New Selby Book

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    We love our jobs, but we wouldn't mind a Freaky Friday switch with Todd Selby at all. Perhaps it's shelter curiosity or maybe just nosy sensibility, but photographing other people's pads seems like a dream gig. For years we've been getting our interior fix on his awesome site featuring characters from all over the world. Now, his third book, The Fashionable Selby, lets us peek into the eccentric spaces of 42 artists, fashion designers, stylists, and models.

    From a kooky multicolored tutu at Bas Koster's studio to Iris van Herpen's crazy shoe creations to Andrew Logan's fabulous glitter collection, it's inspiration overload. It also reinforces the idea that there really are no hard and fast "rules" to decor. Above all, you should surround yourself with the objects you love — and inspiration boards because they're awesome. Click through for some our our favorite snaps and then go buy the book for yourself (paper dolls included!).

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