via: NOWNESS

by Natalia Rachlin; Design Editor-at-Large at NOWNESS.

Photo: Missoni

 

Over the course of her 25-plus year career, Zoe Bedeaux has dressed Grace Jones and Kate Moss, styled the pages of W, Self Service and 032c, and steadfastly pursued a decade-long collaboration with Juergen Teller.

 

The London-based fashion vanguard is considered part of an influential group of 90s stylists that includes Camilla Nickerson, Jane How, Camille Bidault-Waddington, who all created shoots for The Face and i-D on a shoestring budget—and she had, and still has, an uncanny and unparalleled eye for spotting vintage treasures. Today, though less actively involved in the day-to-day of the fashion industry, Bedeaux’s inimitable eye remains an enduring influence that transcends fleeting trends.

 

In the third and final installment of this new series made in collaboration with Apartamento, which takes us inside the homes featured in past issues of the cult interiors magazine, we tour Bedeaux’s jam-packed London home as she talks us through the difference between hoarding and collecting, and reveals the power of boredom.

Want more? Visit nowness.com for the extended interview and more of the ‘My First Apartmento’ series.