Inspirational Interiors: Jane Holzer

The living room with Jane Holzer in gipsy dress with ribbon-swagged sleeves and wildly flowered skirt by Sant'Angelo; an 18th-century Chinese screen, thirteenfoot high and covered with precious bird and flower paper; white iron lace stools first ordered by Queen Victoria from her Indian Empire; Larry Zox's vast 1968 abstract; a low table of polished petrified wood with a collection of coral and sea creatures shells, and, in front, Mrs Holzer's own design for the sofa, several suede pillows thrown accurately at random.

The living room with Jane Holzer in gipsy dress with ribbon-swagged sleeves and wildly flowered skirt by Sant’Angelo; an 18th-century Chinese screen, thirteen foot high and covered with precious bird and flower paper; white iron lace stools first ordered by Queen Victoria from her Indian Empire; Larry Zox’s vast 1968 abstract; a low table of polished petrified wood with a collection of coral and sea creatures shells, and, in front, Mrs Holzer’s own design for the sofa, several suede pillows thrown accurately at random.

Photographed by Horst.

Scanned by Miss Peelpants from Vogue, March 1970


One Comment on “Inspirational Interiors: Jane Holzer”

  1. Can’t you see that Holzer mane?


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