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If you ever feel the impulse to store a new pair of shoes in your open-air kitchen cabinets or hang a necklace on a light feature, chances are you've been influenced by The Coveteur. The website's unique take on integrating fashion and interiors have proven inspirational to many a brand (not to mention, many an apartment), including Belle by Sigerson Morrison, who asked the website to Coveteur-ize its spring footwear offerings.
Shot against a typically Coveteur-type setting (bookshelves, fireplaces, lacquered trays, alongside a burger phone), the Belle shoes stand as works of art in its own right, and — more importantly — look so good, we can't help but imagine what they'd look like Coveteur'd in our own space. Shop for the collection tomorrow on BelleNYC.com!
Photo: Courtesy of BelleNYC
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While Leonard Nimoy is best known for playing the original Spock on Star Trek and later establishing The
Nimoy Foundation, the recently deceased 83-year-old was also a gifted photographer.
has been exhibited around the world, and in 1997, he released a provocative
photography book called The Full Body read