Sterling Cooper and Partners is an agency whose reputation is built on a progressive approach to advertising. So it has made sense, throughout the last few seasons, to see Herman Miller’s mid-century aesthetic seep into the offices designed by Mad Men’s set decorator Claudette Didul-Mann. An Eames Time-Life chair shows up in Roger’s office; Don gets an Aluminum Group chair. And for good reason. Herman Miller helps to visually represent the cultural evolution at the heart of Mad Men.
A startup called Artkick lets you stream paintings and photos to your TV screen, using your phone as an art remote.
Photographer Ivan Terestchenko goes inside the private homes of style icons, from Giorgio Armani to Christian Louboutin to Coco Chanel.