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The inspiring Kelly Wearstler | Best Design Projects
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Kelly Wearstler is always up for the challenge.



The multifaceted designer Kelly Wearstler, combines refinement with awesome combinations of color and fantasy, presenting a vision far ahead, of glamour and modern, American style.

Kelly Wearstler

This magnificent designer started his career in 1999 and since then has brought fantastic projects, and a fearless and farfetched vision with respect to everything involving Design.


Initial projects devised as the Avalon Hotel in Beverly Hill’s Midcentury project among many others that dazzled critics and delighted guests.

Kelly Wearstler

Kelly Wearstler, and commercial projects, are still and even more requested by  celebrities to develop projects to their residential homes.


Everyone loves how Kelly infuses her distinctive personal style into every room and always keeps you guessing.

Kelly Wearstler

The versatility of this Designer is tremendous, and today already has 4 books released on Design, art and Modernism.

Her extensive list of qualities doesn’t stop: recently launched a collection of ready-to-wear, jewellery, Interior Accessories and even attended the opening of its boutique on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. (KellyWearstler.com)

Insatiable and revolted by nature, Wearstler wants to launch a line of wallpapers, project that is still in standby, but that soon will come to the industry.

It is a figure that moves very well in luxury world and that relies on the support of big names well known as: Bergdorf Goodman, Neiman Marcus and Selfridges.


Kelly Wearstler


She launched last year its collection  of ready – to – wear, and this year was present in the NY Fashion Week Desgin.

Designing ready-to-wear clothing was the hardest thing I’ve ever attempted,” Wearstler said. “Learning fashion is like speaking another language.”

We have seen her works and projects been published in the magazines such as Elle Décor, Harper’s Bazaar, Architectural Digest, Financial Times, InStyle, Elle, Conde Nast Traveler, among others.

As if it wasn’t almost a super woman, in their free time, she enjoys sports and taking pictures for your blog.


She’s Truly inspirational.

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