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The Most Interesting Couple In L.A. Shows Off Their Art-Filled Abode!

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on August 30.]

    You know those couples who just ooze glamour out of every pore? As in, their unmentionables most likely match (or strategically mismatch) their natty, risk-taking getups? Well, we know one that will throw you into a style frenzy: Get to know designer Corey Lynn Calter and her other half, Glenn Kaino, an artist with a sick collection of his own.

    The twosome met in a downtown speakeasy in '97 (naturally), and have been plugging away at building a family and illustrious careers ever since — her line's now in over 200 stores (Patricia Field discovered Calter on the street), and his work has been featured in the Whitney Biennial. And, if you happen to wander inside their vivid Los Feliz home, you'd easily intuit that it's a match made in design heaven. So, come on in and see where these two trendsetters hang their hats — trust, you may just want to turn squatter.

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