Barware, fabric, and book stack by Caitlin Abrams
Men’s Fashion Week debuted in New York this summer. Inspired by the runway, modern silhouettes and tailored-yet-comfortable fashion-to-home influences in the Twin Cities never looked so dashing.
Slim Aarons’s photographs captured jet-setters from the ‘50s to the ‘80s. Photograph ($995), from Jonathan Adler, 1439 W. Lake St., Mpls., 612-353-5311, jonathanadler.com
Double-up on this sexy bronze pendant for impact above a dining room table. Light (to the trade), from Holly Hunt, IMS, 612-332-1900, hollyhunt.com
This chainlink rug is a graphic punch in rooms. Rug ($795 for 4x6, $1,790 for 6x9), also from Jonathan Adler
Handmade by local craftsman Scott McGlasson, this chair is a brickwork pattern of wood tiles strung together with cords. Chair ($3,200), from Woodsport, 755 Prior Ave. N., Ste. 201, St. Paul, 612-802-9006, woodsport.net
Crisp lines evoke hotel luxury with a preppy monogram finish. Bedding ($49–$289), available by order through Restoration Hardware, Galleria, 952-926-5557, restorationhardware.com
Ralph Lauren Home’s suit-patterned fabrics are masculine-chic. (From top) Houndstooth ($200/yard), pinstripe ($168/yard), linen ($188/yard), and velvet ($154/yard), all by Ralph Lauren, from Kravet, IMS, 612-321-9122, kravet.com
Always in fashion: vintage barware. One-of-a-kind ice bucket ($54) and glassware (prices vary), from Honeyshine, 2720 W. 43rd St., Mpls., 612-377-7300, honeyshine.net
This belt-strapped sofa with hand-dipped cotton canvas fits like your favorite pair of jeans. Sofa ($6,900), by Stephen Kenn, from Forage Modern Workshop, 4023 E. Lake St., Mpls., 612-886-3603, foragemodernworkshop.com
Trendsetters Antique car lighter (one of a kind, sold for $120), from Victory, 3505 W. 44th St., Mpls., 612-926-8200; Lost Twin Cities ($32), from Magers & Quinn Booksellers, 3038 Hennepin Ave. S., Mpls., 612-822-4611, magersandquinn.com; A History of The Minikahda Club Golf Course (order a copy directly from the author by e-mailing email@example.com).