Inside One Of NYC's Coolest Bachelor Pads

If you haven't heard of Lorenzo Martone, here's the rundown: Brazilian, George Clooney-charming, consummate host, Nycked swimwear designer, and co-founder of talent PR firm ARC. Constantly squiring pretty things like clients Irina Shayk and Alessandra Ambrosio to the Boom Boom Room or a Ruffian after-party, this tanned Adonis tops our most personable list (and we wouldn't kick him out of bed either). So, we're not exactly shocked that his rad Lower-East-Side bachelor pad is just as alluring; A sick collection of artwork (hello Murakami!), '70s furniture, and lots of Diptyque candles gives us major interior envy. Lucky for us, this Downtown hottie gave us an inside tour of his brand-new apartment, and, uh, it got a little steamy. It was a day to remember as Lozo stripped down to his skivvies (and if you saw the pap shots from Miami, that's a very good thing) and fur for one photo shoot that's as hot as Rio. And of course, the space is pretty sweet, too.'re welcome.
Click through to get in on all the bachelor pad perfection—don't worry, there are captions from Lorenzo himself!
Photos by Kava Gorna.
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"I'm wearing swim trunk by my own brand with Jules: Nycked Swimwear, a lamb fur coat by Marni, and goat fur boots by Amarcord. I went to brunch and was a bit tipsy, I admit."
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"The red treatment photograph is by an Israeli artist called Nir Hod and the piece is "Two Soldiers"; The Batman and Robin is by superstar Terry Richardson."
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"By my bed: Marc Jacobs aviator style sunglasses in a orange "vide -poche" by Hermès (a gift from Marc), a Panerai watch, and a vintage-looking lip balm. My sunglasses collection is right underneath."
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"The caramel bench is a '70s piece from Uber Modern, in Chicago. The skate board with the crazy naked lady is a George Condo. I went to his opening at the New Museum and hunted poor George to sign it. Its my favorite object—I stare at it for longer then I should."
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"Everyone's favorite corner of the apartment: the BAR! The crystal shaker was a gift from Soho House Miami and the bucket is a Dansk Teak."
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"That's a Neil Barrett striped shirt and canvas pants by Barneys."
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"My bedside table in glass and mirror—I found it in a antique shop in Williamsburg called Cosmo, but it has no provenance and it's probably from the '70s or '80s. My iPod alarm clock—nothing like waking up to Adele. The books and mags are in that corner too: Interview mag, New York mag and an amazing printed mag called Whitewall ."
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"The sketch on the wall has a funny story. I was in a dinner in Hong Kong for Takashi Murakami. He is a such a friendly artist. I went to talk to him and sat down by his side. He turns his placemat and with a sharpie did this amazing drawing.

The Danish teak lounge chairs are by Ole Wanscher for Poul Jeppesen and I got them in my favorite antique dealer in America: Mod Haus in Boston. So is the table, but we don't know who is it from—and that's fine.

The Art Deco vase was found in Williamsburg, the mirror was a gift, and duh, a Diptyque candle. I can be predictable sometimes."
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"This is my favorite pieces of all time..a brass and coral '78 sculpture, "The Bird," by American artist (s) C. Jeré. The velour curtains were designed for me by the Ruffian boys!"
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"From left to right: An Aaron Young metal piece, an Alessandro Simonetti black and white photograph with the wheel, it's called "Wonder", the Murakami sketch again, and a Mr. Brainwash painting of Linda Vojtova— part of her retrospective show that happened in February in NY."
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"There are two objects here. The first is "The Bears." It was my 30th birthday gift from Asa Larson (a publicist at Marc Jacobs). I play with it depending on my mood. When they both stand it looks like they are fighting, but as you can see, if one is laying down then it looks like something else...much more friendly.

The shoe in the back is a collaboration between Italian interior designer Gaetano Pesce and Melissa shoes. I did an event for him in Miami during Art Basel and asked him to sign one pair for me (they are women's shoes so I couldn't wear them)."
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