Vogue Living Mar/Apr 2018: John Lautner

Instinctive and innovative, architect John Lautner designed a portfolio of celebrated California homes, many of which became stars of the silver screen.

Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2018: Pierre Bergé

Pierre Bergé’s brilliance in business, philanthropy and the arts was matched by his unparalleled air for collecting.

Vogue Living Nov/Dec 2017: Gabriella Crespi

Gabriella Crespi’s glamorous furniture and objects epitomised jet-set chic in the 1960s and ’70s. Then, at the height of her career, the sophisticated Italian designer left it all behind.

Vogue Living Sep/Oct 2017: Danish Modern

The Danish design movement was alive and very well in the decades before its acknowledged reign of supremacy. Jason Mowen highlights a few of its leading lights and their star pieces.

Vogue Living Jul/Aug 2017: Luchino Visconti

The late Italian director’s hauntingly beautiful films continue to be an endless source of inspiration.

Vogue Living May/Jun 2017: 50 Things

50 THINGS THAT ROCKED OUR WORLD: VOGUE LIVING 50 YEARS 1967-2017

Vogue Living Mar/Apr 2017: Lucienne Day

This year marks the centenary birth of the virtuoso British textile designer. Here, Jason Mowen looks back at her phenomenal career.

Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2017: George Nakashima

Dedicated to discovering the "soul of a tree", master wood craftsman George Nakashima gave exotic timber a second life.

Vogue Living Nov/Dec 2016: Doris Duke

A great philanthropist's lifelong passion for Islamic art and culture lives on in this exotic Hawaiian estate, writes Jason Mowen.

Vogue Living Sep/Oct 2016: Cy Twombly

One of the 20th century's most influential artists is immortalised by a legendary fashion photographer, writes Jason Mowen

Vogue Living Sep/Oct 2016: Arthur Seigneur

Straw didn't break the back of this sydney artist and designer – instead, it has guided him through a challenging and fulfilling career.

Vogue Living Jul/Aug 2016: Swedish Grace

This brief but indelible 1920s design style has again caught the eye of collectors almost a century later.

Vogue Living May/Jun 2016: Willy Rizzo

As one of the most influential celebrity photographers of the 1950s and '60s, Willy Rizzo is equally revered for his sleek, sophisticated furniture design, writes Jason Mowen.

Vogue Living Mar/Apr 2016: Renzo Mongiardino

Revered in his lifetime for his vivid reimagining of classical aesthetics, Renzo Mongiardino is still influencing designers with his artful sleights of hand, writes Jason Mowen.

Vogue Living Jan/Feb 2016: Les Lalanne

Revered for their Surrealist whimsy, husband and wife sculptors François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne have attracted a following of serious art collectors.

Vogue Living Nov/Dec 2015: Parish Hadley

Society doyenne Sister Parish and design academic Albert Hadley seemed an unlikely pairing. But, as Jason Mowen reveals, their eponymous design firm made history, forever changing the fabric of contemporary American decor.

Vogue Living Sep/Oct 2015: Hubert de Givenchy

Hubert de Givenchy is more than a master of haute couture; his magnificent homes are testament to his exquisite taste in interior design.

Vogue Living Jul/Aug 2015: Villa Kerylos

French archaeologist and scholar Théodore Reinach built the home of his dreams on the Côte d’Azur: a spectacular re-creation of an ancient Greek villa. Jason Mowen explains why Villa Kerylos continues to awe and inspire.

Vogue Living May/Jun 2015: Gianni and Marella Agnelli

Marella and Gianni Agnelli's flamboyant homes broke fresh design ground.