"Fifty Photographs," a new collection of images available at The New York Times Store, is the work of five celebrated interior designers, each tasked with choosing 10 favorite photos from the newspaper's extensive archives. It comes as no surprise that each designer—Thom Filicia, Vicente Wolf, Kelly Wearstler, Laura Kirar, and Jonathan Adler—selected images reflective of their own design aesthetic. Adler opted for playful, retro snapshots of people wearing masks, while Wearstler preferred bold, contemporary photographs. Some images are near iconic, like a 1935 photograph of Grand Central Station chosen by Vicente Wolf, while others capture the elusive beauty of the everyday.
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