Hairstylist with Cherry, a miniature pinscher, in her Manhattan penthouse, which was designed by architect Brad Floyd and decorated by Joe D’Urso; the vintage leather armchair is by Paul Frankl.
In the dining area, the painting is by and the light fixture is by Verner Panton; the Arne Jacobsen Egg chair, Hans J. Wegner dining chairs, and Edward Wormley dining table are all vintage pieces that were found at .
A crystal light fixture from hangs above the kitchen’s iron-wrapped island; the refrigerator is by , and the vintage stools are from .
In the entry, photographs are displayed opposite a ; a rock-crystal sculpture sits atop a Joe D’Urso–designed steel pedestal.
The terrace, which was designed by Daniel Romualdez, features pots of fountain grass and August lilies.
The living room’s cocktail table and Dunbar side table are vintage; the artworks include a lithograph by Jean-Michel Basquiat and a screen print of Mick Jagger by Andy Warhol.
A Herb Ritts photograph of the Dalai Lama’s hands is centered over the bed.
A Bert Stern photograph of Marilyn Monroe is displayed in the bedroom; the vintage ceiling fixture is by Ettore Sottsass, the vintage bench is from Brenda Antin, and the cowhide rug is from .