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When Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and Jeff Zalaznick of Major Food Group which own Carbone in New York (as well as Parma, Dirty French, Santina and Sadelle's) decided to open a Las Vegas branch of their popular Italian restaurant in Las Vegas, they called on San Francisco-based interior design Ken F

Never one to shy away from making a bold statement, San Francisco-based designer Ken Fulk, revealed his new collaborative collection with Pottery Barn, available later this August.

For a full list of the designers and their muses, please visit the LEGENDS 2015 website.All photos courtesy of Grey Crawford.

1. Who is your muse and how did you come to that choice?Vance Burke: My muse is Albert Hadley.

To illustrate Ken Fulk’s living and design philosophy, let’s simply say: When asked to wear a top hat for this story, he had one in his closet. Fulk’s brand of interior design is one part skill, one part fantasy and one part pure showmanship. Following him around this Belvedere home he designed, it’s clear that he’s a member of that rare breed of architects and designers (from Frank Lloyd Wright to Barbara Barry) who do more than just create a beautiful home; they craft a lifestyle. And in Fulk’s case, he can do it, forgive the pun, at the drop of a hat.

What events not to miss this weekend, from sales to exhibitions to open houses.