Fashionable Selby Lets Us Into the Studios of Dries Van Noten, Isabel Marant

From designers to stylists to models and shoemakers, Selby once again traveled the world to bring some of the industry's eccentrics and unsung heroes to the forefront, as well as to give die-hard fashion fans a peek into the workshops of their idols.
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From designers to stylists to models and shoemakers, Selby once again traveled the world to bring some of the industry's eccentrics and unsung heroes to the forefront, as well as to give die-hard fashion fans a peek into the workshops of their idols.

Photo: Courtesy of The Selby

Photo: Courtesy of The Selby

Whenever we're in need of interior design inspiration, we can always count on Todd Selby. The photographer behind The Selby, a popular site focused on capturing creative people around the globe in their personal spaces, has given us a glimpse into the homes and studios of fashion's most renowned personalities, including Erin Wasson, Alexander Wang, Helena Christensen and Sally Singer.

In his just-released third book, Fashionable Selby, the photographer put together a collection of the interiors and portraits that have become his signature, shifting his focus to the most interesting players in the fashion world. From designers to stylists to models and shoemakers, Selby once again traveled the world to bring some of the industry's eccentrics and unsung heroes to the forefront, as well as to give die-hard fashion fans a peek into the workshops of their idols.

In the new book, expect colorful, intimate images of designers like Isabel Marant, Dries Van Noten, Giuseppe Zanotti and Balmain's Olivier Rousteing in their studios, as well as lesser-known talents like Lindsay Degen and Iris van Herpen, who are among the fashion world's best-kept secrets (for now, at least). Click through to see some preview images from Fashionable Selby, which is now available for purchase at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.