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Inside The Closet Of BCBGMAXAZRIA's Leading Lady

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    [UPDATE: This story was originally published on June 12.]

    We pretty much had to pick up our jaws off the marble floors upon stepping inside Lubov Azria's Holmby Hills estate, dubbed La Maison du Soleil. A glass waterfall chandelier spills from a towering ceiling, hovering over a rustic custom wood table that the BCBGMAXAZRIA CCO dreamt up after a trip to the Rose Bowl.

    Of course, it's this zany juxtaposition that's echoed in Azria's countless eclectic and affordable collections. Naturally, once we got to her closet — which the full-on family gal benevolently allows her daughters Anais, Agnes, and Chloe to dip into — we practically had to pop a pill to calm the butterflies.

    Packed with Alaïa, Balenciaga, and Valentino for days, and peppered with vintage treasures from across the globe, this storage space takes over-the-top to new heights. Don't believe us? Take a virtual tour through her space right here, plus get major intel on what makes Azria's stylish mind tick. Trust, she's the absolute embodiment of bon chic, bon genre.

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