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GRAY magazine No. 65-66. On the cover: A look inside Nichetto Studio headquarters, a charming pink villa located just outside Stockholm center. Photographed by Max Rommel.

Debuted at IDS Vancouver in Vancouver, B.C. last week, the latest issue of GRAY heads to newsstands and mailboxes this week. The cover story features community crusader Luca Nichetto—one of the most in-demand designers today—who sees collaboration as the highest form of creative innovation.

Duo-themed "Design Titans" and "Shelter," this edition highlights 5 trailblazing women of the design industry from Elsie de Wolfe, an author and artist, but perhaps best known as America's first interior designer, to Maya Lin, a first generation Chinese American woman who is regarded as one the world's foremost landscape designers and artists. Read an inspiring conversation between designers Kia Weatherspoon and Little Wing Lee about design equity, drive, and what it's like to be the only Black woman in the room. Meet five independent designers leaving their mark on the fashion landscape while staying true to their roots. Plus, see a 17th-century house on an Amsterdam canal that has been given a fresh aesthetic, and a roundup of the latest furniture and décor finds, from modern glass pieces to items perfect for small spaces, and more.


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