In Residence: Pierre Yovanovitch

Cloistered in ninety acres of Provençal woodland and only accessible by a two-mile stretch of country road, the Château de Fabrègues is home to French interior and furniture designer Pierre Yovanovitch.

The Paris-based aesthete made a name for himself in the fashion industry after a successful run as the menswear designer for Pierre Cardin. In 2001 Yovanovitch left the fashion house to open his own interior atelier, which has welcomed high-profile commercial projects from Christian Louboutin, Kering, and boutique hotel and retail units across the world.

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