The Domino Spread That Never Was

August 10, 2009 Stylish Spaces

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A few months before Domino folded I heard some gossip that the magazine had recently shot the home of socialite and fashion PR maven Annelise Peterson. A frequent boldfaced name, Peterson spent years in New York working in the PR offices of top fashion brands such as Calvin Klein, Valentino and Alberta Ferretti before moving to LA to launch her own fashion and lifestyle consulting firm earlier this year. And rumor has it, her West Village apartment designed by Jesse Carrier of Carrier & Company, was to be featured in Domino’s April issue. I was recently perusing Carrier & Company’s website and noticed some updated and newly styled photos of Peterson’s apartment that were shot by Douglas Friedman, a regular Domino contributor. I am sure these were intended for Domino, whose spirit radiates throughout the images.

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Photos Above: Douglas Friedman / Carrier & Company

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Photo: Giorgio Niro

Annelise Peterson at home as featured in The Daily, Sept 08.

11 Comments

SparkerShop

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Beautiful – great detective work!

Paloma {LaDolceVita}

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Great find! Her apartment is lovely. I especially love the living room.

blue hydrangea

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Almost like getting my Domino in the mail..thank you..I need more!!

City Living Girl

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Love the Living Room and you are right, it truly has a Domino feel.

My Notting Hill

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Great sleuthing! The bedroom is wild – in a good way.

Lauren

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Great investigatory journalism (sorry – Zoolander reference)…I love her apt!

Tamstyles

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Is the 10th your birthday to????? If so or even if not…happy birthday.

Down Comforter

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WoW! Love the bedroom walls! Amazing.

brilliant asylum

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Love it! You are such the Nancy Drew. Oh, how this makes me miss Domino!!!

mimi

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Great space! Ohhhhh…how I miss Domino!
I still can’t believe it’s gone..really!

Willow Decor

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What a lovely apartment – I especially liked the amoire and the antique chair. Muted shades but with lots of texture – So pretty!
xx-Gina

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