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From the Runway to Your Bedroom: Design Matches for S/S 2016

From the Runway to Your Bedroom: Design Matches for S/S 2016
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Fashion and interior design aren't cousins, they're couples as seen by an Airbnb comparison

Macala Wright

Whether you are in New York, Paris or Milan for S/S 2016 or not, Airbnb thought it would be fun to compare global rental listing to some of the best trends on the runway.

For this little experiment, Airbnb followed Fashion Week trends and revealed over the top listings that were as beautiful as designer collections.

An Air of Mondrian

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Do you love 1970s throw backs? This Mondrian-inspired mini-dress by Lisa Perry perfectly matches a light-filled artist flat in the center of Budapest.

Gingham for Beckham

Gingham.jpgDid you love this long, geometric checkered dress by Victoria Beckham? The matching listing is a concrete, black, grey and white designer loft in Bangkok.

Ethnic Chic

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Viking and Mongolian influences collided in this ethnic ensemble by Alberta Ferretti; this Afghani yurt in Nuremberg was paired to suit.

Toile de Jouy

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Love Victorian era styling with an slight homage to Game Of Thrones thrown in? This dress by Naeem Khan, is on par. Overlay some 1800s French influence found in the dress as well to this room in a Loire Valley castle and you are set.

Street Art

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Do you love Justin Pierce, the official street artist for WWDMAGIC? Nicole Miller does, as does this stylish flat in Copenhagen. Wear your tag.

Bohemian Princess

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Do you want to channel your inner child with this colorful crop top and dress by Manish Arora and the vintage loving, bohemian goddess inside you with this gipsy trailer in the South of France?

Zebra Vibe

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Black on white on black is a color combination that will never die in design. Taking it geometric is a new classic as we clearly see with this wide striped suit by Alice and Olivia and this Japanese house in Osaka.

Pink Boudoir

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Pink is classic, as well as the color of the year. Love time femininity? Then you’ll love this striped silk dress by Emilia Wickstead a romantic garden house in Florence.

White Fur

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Modern shag is all the rage; creating texture by layering fur is the hottest trend of this year. This lamb-inspired fur coat by Gareth Pugh and this cosy chalet in Courchevel are a testament to that.

Orange Tonic

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Who doesn’t love mid century with its structural lines, love of orange and other warm tones? This deconstructed orange dress by Christopher Kane alongside this colorful loft in London are the perfect tribute those that want to look and feel a little swanky.

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