Monica Wang; Design: Martha Mulholland
If you follow Jacey Duprie, the creative force behind the popular lifestyle blog, Damsel in Dior, you’re already familiar with her love of classic clothing rooted in a neutral palette, and her knack for making the most casual outfits look uber-polished. Whether she’s wearing a head-to-toe designer look or an ensemble that she proudly scored on Amazon, Jacey never fails to keep her audience, including 520,000 Instagram followers, coming back for more. Jacey’s followers not only crave content revolving around her approach to fashion — they’re also interested in her experience as a busy mother and wife living in Los Angeles.
On any given day, scroll through her Instagram and you’ll find everything from videos of her and her husband, real estate developer Grant Leavitt, dancing with their two-year-old daughter, June, to a snapshot of her morning routine, which, as of late, includes meditating. But there’s another part of her lifestyle brand that people have gravitated towards: interior design.
Jacey recently invited her Instagram followers to weigh in on every step of her kitchen renovation process, executed by designer Martha Mulholland, who also helped to revamp the rest of her 100-year-old Arts