A Day with Designer Kara Mann

28 June 2017

“Kara Mann has style. The designer, who splits her time between Chicago and New York, can usually be found in heels over three inches tall paired with her own unique mix of contemporary clothing. Her distinct aesthetic is on full display in her interiors and furnishings, too, where she deftly pairs luxe materials, blending edgy silhouettes with rich finishes that feature unexpectedly soft touches. It’s a style that has earned her a slew of covetable residential, hospitality, and retail projects (including a pop-up for Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop) and, two years ago, caught the eye of Baker Furniture, which enlisted her to reinvigorate its Milling Road line. Now at work on her second collection for the company, which she’s designed in between hotels, boutiques, and residences, Mann is as busy as ever. AD caught up with the trendsetting designer to see what 24 hours in her life is like.”

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