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Take A Peek Inside The Envy-Inducing Home Of Anthology Magazine's Editor

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    In these post-Domino days, it looks like one lady is emerging as the leader of the print-shelter pack: South Bay resident Anh-Minh Le, the co-founder and editor of Anthology magazine. The already much-beloved glossy, which is about to publish its fourth issue, is all about living with substance and style and, naturally, publishes some killer home profiles. Just what kind of abode does Le herself reside in? Another local design legend, Victoria Smith or S.F. Girl By Bay, stopped by Le’s home and snapped a bevy of inspiring pics of the editor’s sprawling, redwood-surrounded residence with a colorful and mega-covetable closet to match. Click through to take a look, plus read up on Le’s favorite local decor stores, secrets to outfitting her tiny, size-four feet, and much more.


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