Kelly Wearstler is a world-renowned arbiter of style who has captured our collective imaginations through her dynamic interior design projects, and her home decor, jewelry and accessories collections.
She has been widely celebrated in the media for her visionary work, brought to life through her fearless use of vibrant color, and unexpected textural juxtapositions. In the Fall of 2011, Wearstler opened her first free standing boutique, located in Los Angeles on a chic stretch of Melrose Avenue.
The Flagship boutique, with its brass metal awnings and door handles set with pyrite, rock crystal and onyx stones, is itself a showpiece, having benefitted from Wearstler’s singular vision. The boutique houses within its patinaed herringbone ivory wood walls, Wearstler’s jewelry and home decor collections, alongside a small, carefully considered selection of lifestyle accessories.
Wearstler’s jewelry and accessories collections are also available at Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Net-A-Porter. Wearstler designs a range of home furnishings for her boutique in Bergdorf Goodman, a collection of rugs for The Rug Company, fabrics and trims for Lee Jofa, soft home goods for Sferra and formal dinnerware for Pickard China. In addition to her creative work, Wearstler has published four books: Rhapsody; HUE; Modern Glamour: The Art of Unexpected Style; Domicilium Decoratus.
She was named one of the best dressed of the year by Vogue, honored as one of the elite "Design 100" by Time Style & Design, and has been on the Los Angeles Times Bestseller List. She also served as a judge on the Bravo network's interior design competition series, "Top Design".