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Any designer who spends his days lunching with blogger Chiara Ferragni, designing for Jessica Alba, taking selfies with Martha Stewart hosting rooftop pool meetings in DTLA, and waxing poetic on how Friday rhymes with champagne is a designer you want to follow.

Sure, for your first visit to New York, you’ll probably want to stick close by 57th Street and Fifth Avenue. After all, it’s near Rockefeller Center and Central Park, the high-end stores, the Empire State Building.

1. Who is your biggest role model?My mother. My mother has been my biggest inspiration. She’s incredibly creative, loving and beyond talented in every way. 2. Which movie or play do you wish you could have designed the set for?Gone With The Wind.

For those who say traditional is a thing of the past, they haven’t made themselves hip to the designs of rising star and Instagram funny-man, Nick Olsen.

Dahlia-obsessed, bright hue-loving, textile genius and artist Madeline Weinrib has an Instagram account, and if you’re as dazzled by the visuals as we are, double tap the “Follow.”As soon as you get a glimpse of her feed, your world might be forever changed.

Known for his structural playfulness, artist Daniel Arsham’s work pays homage to the past while making us question the future that we are leaving behind.

This piece orginally appeared on Design Milk.If you’ve ever stayed in a NYC hotel room, you know how they’re usually pretty small and let’s face it, you probably want to spend your time outside roaming the city. Enter The William.

By: Philip WoodThis year’s ICFF took up its regular residency at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, its location consolidating a western tilt to the city’s axis of cool that was officially confirmed earlier this year by the arrival of the new Renzo Piano designed Whitney Museum.

Okay, while this doesn't technically take place in California, it will feel close to home to any of you with premium cable.

If I had $13.5M for a house on the beach, would I spend it on a boxy retreat in Montauk or a 1980s showpiece in Manhattan Beach?