Lisa Perry, known for her 60s-inspired collection of clothing and accessories reminiscent of Courreges and Cardin, is now showcasing her long-time passion: the home. Her love for design is infectious and this tour through her personally curated spaces instantly sparks joy. Each property displayed is a bold composition of artwork, furniture, lighting, and creative flourishes. Lisa never foregoes a chance to place pops of colour and her spaces come alive with the whimsical art of Jeff Koons, Roy Lichtenstein, Ellsworth Kelly, and furniture by designer, Pierre Paulin. Lisa Perry: Fashion Homes Design, explores the personal residences, creative spaces, and grand escapes including Lisa's Manhattan penthouse, SoHo design studio, and homes in the Hamptons, Palm Beach, and Villefranche-sur-Mer. Lisa Perry is a New York City-based designer. At the age of 21, Lisa left her home in the suburbs of Chicago to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan. Her love of fashion and textiles led Lisa to an extensive collection of vintage couture clothing from the late 1960s. At the encouragement of close friends, Lisa started her eponymous womenswear collection in 2007 to reflect the iconic spirit of that time period. Over the years Lisa has collaborated with the estates and studios of Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Robert Indiana, Roy Lichtenstein, and others, to create acclaimed limited-edition collections. Lisa Perry is sold exclusively at Barneys New York stores nationwide.