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Parisa And Max Fowles-Pazdro are living proof that love can be found in the strangest of places. Trust, we've heard our fair share of love-at-first-sight stories, but never love-at-first-cleaning — that's right, the two met at a dental office. And not just any dental office: Max was one of Parisa's clients. Ever since that fateful check-up, the two have traveled the globe together and created Maxfowles, a womenswear line with three seasons under its sexy belt.
One look at their Hollywood Hills abode, and it's clear that this couple has an eye for more than just sharp tailoring and leather accents — sleek decor and seductive L.A. views are a speciality, as well. Much like their clothing line, their home is at once minimalist, intriguing, and a true team effort. We're chomping at the bit to see what's next for the lovebirds — fingers are crossed for a home-decor line!
Photographed by Jessie Webster
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