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A Look Inside James Jebbia’s Greenwich Village Loft

For the cover of Italian culture magazine Case da abitare, often-guarded founder of Supreme, James Jebbia, recently allowed a visual tour of his Greenwich Village loft. A British transplant who arrived in New York in 1984, Jebbia got a job working at the now-defunct Parachute clothing store in SoHo before ultimately opening up the first Supreme store on Lafayette in 1994. The loft itself is a minimalist affair – and one he shares with his wife Bianca and their two children, Miles and Nina – highlighted by such notable pieces as the oak bookshelf from Danish designer Mogens Koch to porcelain ceramics by Picasso.

Date: Feb 6, 2013  /  Views: 27482  /  Author: Alec Banks  /  Source: FRESHNGOOD.com
Category: Design  /  Tags: Supreme, Home, James jebbia, Interior design