Anichini Cashmere in Architectural Digest’s Feature on the Redesign of a Manhattan Triplex

Architectural Digest showcases Michael Hirtenstein’s remarkable redesign of a lower Manhattan apartment building originally designed by architect Enrique Norten. Working with Architectural designer Thomas Juul-Hansen and decorator Amy Lau, Hirtenstein consolidated five separate apartments into a showstopping three-floor spread that totals 8,600 square feet, with an additional 5,500 square feet of outdoor space. “Michael is obsessed with tactile quality and dimensionality. You…

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Persia Bedding – The Genuine Article

The Persia Bedding design was added to the sheeting collection in 2005 and has become one of the most highly recognizable of all ANICHINI designs.  Why is it so beautiful? The bedding is made up of 4 different fabric designs. A medallion, a wide awning stripe and 2 borders. This makes the construction complicated but very interesting. I know of no…

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Designers Marks and Frantz Bring High Voltage Glamour and a Sense of Character to this Greenwich Home

When a Manhattan couple relocated to Greenwich, Connecticut in 2012 they chose Sex in the City set decorators, Lydia Marks and Lisa Frantz, to recreate the quirky-cool opulence of Carrie Bradshaw’s interiors. Marks and Frantz, who used ANICHINI extensively throughout the Sex in the City series and films, chose it again for the couples’ home. Fast forward to today…

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Architectural Digest Picks Anichini’s La Collezione Turkish Bedding for June’s Most Wanted List

Anichini's La Collezione "Turkish" Hand Embroidered Sheets | Architectural Digest's Most Wanted for June

  For Architectural Digest‘s Most Wanted List this June AD editors selected their must-have items, from simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries. We are pleased to be featured first on the list: “An intricate take on Ottoman folk art, Anichini’s Turkish collection of bedding makes for chic summer slumbers. The Egyptian-cotton-percale linens are embroidered in Italy in an array of…

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