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Home shopping is nothing new, but penthouse shopping has been all the rage in Manhattan since Louis Vuitton took over a high-rise apartment in the Four Seasons Downtown Private Residences with a “;secret”; pop-up store last fall. If you missed that window, now’;s your chance to see another luxury open house in the same building (by appointment only) thanks to designer Licheng Ling.

Ling, a former fashion editor at InStyle China who moved to New York eight years ago, started a luxe loungewear collection called Homeism with the idea that many people spend more time in their homes –; living, workingpillow cases vintage, and relaxing. So she created a wardrobe of silk charmeuse lounge pieces in minimal renditions of Chinese costume silhouettes. So luxe are these robes and pajamas that you wouldn’;t be embarrassed to answer the door for the Seamless delivery guy, and could even wear them for a night on the town.

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";Willow"; Silk Full Lined Robe, Lacquer Black ?100% silk-satin ?Patch pocket ?Trimmed with made in Japan piping #HOMEISM #Loungewear

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To introduce her latest collection, she decided to create a pop-up store in her own apartment there, collaborating with artists and designers to fill out the room in a project she calls “;The Ideal Home.”; In her living room, which has Hudson River views and a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty framed between skyscrapers, her new designs are shown in colors that reflect the russet and pastel colors she would have seen in winter sunsets. A large black-and-white painting by Chris Martin dominates one wall, and a selection of art books from Rizzoli Bookstores sits next to a window. The inspiration, Ling says, is how Louise Bourgeois might have decorated her home.

@homeism #TheIdealHome pop-up store opens to public from Jan 24 to 30 in Four Seasons Private Residences New York Downtown @fsnydowntown Pre-order Homeism collection 3 exclusively at the store and shop with our collaborators that embody the “Homeism” spirit. Schedule your visit please email hi@homeism.com Thanks for everyone who came to the opening party last night! ??

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Another room houses Ling’;s earlier collections, which are also for sale, and a spare bedroom has been transformed into a conceptual flower market, with exotic neon bouquets created by Marisa Competello of Meta Flora. Practically everything’;s for sale during the week-long pop-up, from January 24 –; 30, but you’;ll need an appointment to get in the door. For further details, e-mail hi@homeism.com.

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Sometimes the most sophisticated and thought-provoking art comes from the simplest concepts. This is exactly the case with Lucio Fontana (1899–1968), an Argentine-born, Italian-raised painter whose art—based on his theory of spatialism, that matter should be infiltrated by energy in order to generate dimensional, dynamic forms—has us wishing for a wall full of his white and ivory canvases.

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