With the G.O.P. in an uncharacteristically passionate mood, who will capture the Tea Party’s heart
The terrible threat of unlicensed interior designers IN 1941 Franklin Roosevelt added two new items to America’s ancestral freedoms of speech and worship: freedom from fear and freedom from want. Today’s politicians offer a far more generous menu: freedom from unlicensed hair-cutters, freedom from cowboy flower-arrangers and, most important of all, freedom from rogue interior designers. What is the point of enjoying freedom from fear or want, after all, if you cannot enjoy freedom from poorly co-ordinated colour schemes?
The new book collects travel questionnaires from American designers including Tommy Hilfiger, Phillip Lim, Cynthia Rowley and Alexander Wang.