Rick Owens moved from California to Paris a decade ago, bringing his signature blend of glamor and grunge to the namesake fashion and furniture lines he launched there. Owens opened up his Parisian home to the Wall Street Journal and shared his thoughts & philosophies on interiors, fashion design and his work as a whole. “It boils down to construction, creating my own language from the inside out, but always keeping my signature,” Owens explains. “Clothes are supposed to be about experience—the damage, the patina, accepting it and enjoying it, making it part of life. We all get impatient when things are too prim.” You can read the entire article at Wall Street Journal.