Valentino is known for a fastidious adherence to elegance in all forms. This attention to detail is captured in his new book, Valentino: An Emperor’s Table (Assouline), which comes out today. From the importance of place settings and deciding menus (tomato petal–topped chèvre flan for Gstaad) to his mélange of the custom-made and the antique (Cesari table linens meets eighteenth-century Meissen porcelain), his tablescapes reflect his joyful embrace of multiple traditions and eras. Likewise, his interiors shot by Vogue over the years reflect this very beau monde devotion. Here, we round up some of Valentino’s most compelling and luxurious spaces.
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