The Sanctuary , Parrot Cay, Turks and Caicos Islands
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Located on Parrot Cay, one of the most secluded islands in the Caribbean, this seven-acre compound is an extension of The Sanctuary, the private island retreat of fashion designer Donna Karan. Highlights of the estate — which overlooks a white sand beach — include two, four-bedroom villas, each with an infinity pool, and interiors by architect Cheong Yew Kuan. Additional facilities include a guest pavilion and yoga studio.
The Gucci Penthouse, New York, New York
Situated atop the Olympic Tower in Midtown Manhattan, this spectacular duplex penthouse is owned by Alessandra and Allegra Gucci, the great-granddaughters of Guccio Gucci — founder of the Gucci fashion empire. Commanding views across New York City, the 10,000-square-foot apartment features a living room with 28 floor-to-ceiling windows, eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a library, media room, two kitchens, two interior staircases, and two private elevators.
Historic Villa on Piazza di Spagna, Rome, Italy
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This 1920s Liberty-style villa has is located on Rome's Spanish Steps in Piazza di Spagna — home to the annual Donne Sotto le Stelle fashion show, which takes place in July. An impressive staircase leads to a living area overlooking the Piazza, while a garden, featuring a fountain and views across the city, opens out onto the Spanish Steps. The historic home is situated in Rome’s most fashionable area, a short walk from the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain.
1920s Villa, Biarritz, France
In the heart of Biarritz’s Imperial district, this glamorous residence has an illustrious fashion heritage. Built in 1922 by Beaux-Arts architect Guillaume Tronchet, it was home to Parisian designer Paul Poiret, before becoming French couturier Jean Patou’s Biarritz boutique. At almost 5,000-square-foot the property has six bedrooms, and features including a stone lacework staircase, and a roof terrace overlooking the Bay of Biscay.
Seafront Compound, Mykonos, Greece
Sited on a rocky promontory facing the Aegean Sea, this Mykonian compound was built in the 1950s by Greek fashion designer Galatis, with famous residents of the estate including writer and journalist Zachos Hatzifotiou. The resort-style hideaway features three white-stucco villas, overlooking the sea. Grounds include a courtyard, terraces, and gardens which lead to Ftelia beach.
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