Architecture And Hollywood: A Match Made In Gay Heaven

Architectual Digest

We usually don’t get that excited when the new Architectural Digest lands in our mailbox, since the magazine tends to the more staid designs of, shall we say, old ass rich people. But this month’s Hollywood at Home issue is different.


Architectural Digest’s
celebrated Hollywood issue boasts an inside look at the home of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer; an exploration of Cary Grant’s love affair with Palm Springs; a behind-the-scenes look at Robert Mitchum and his family; and a bird’s-eye view of Lana Turner and Artie Shaw’s secluded ranch house on the crest of Coldwater Canyon.

Seeing how the stars lived when there were still true stars in Hollywood (and not a bunch of Hilton sisters) is actually sort of intimate. We’re particularly fond of Audrey Hepburn’s seriously sixties pad. Note: You have to actually buy the issue because AD’s online presence is seriously lacking.

Architectural Digest [Official Site]