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Nick Wooster Lets Us Into His Amazing NYC Apartment #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/the-coveteur/42#slide33  “I really can’t describe my interior design aesthetic — it’s exactly the same as getting dressed. It starts with a respect for history, understanding some basic rules, then breaking them, or at least disrespecting them somewhat. And, you can never go wrong with grey.”L to R. Ties, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers, The Hillside.

Nick Wooster Lets Us Into His Amazing NYC Apartment #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/the-coveteur/42#slide33 “I really can’t describe my interior design aesthetic — it’s exactly the same as getting dressed. It starts with a respect for history, understanding some basic rules, then breaking them, or at least disrespecting them somewhat. And, you can never go wrong with grey.”L to R. Ties, Black Fleece by Brooks Brothers, The Hillside.

Nick Wooster Lets Us Into His Amazing NYC Apartment #refinery29  http://www.refinery29.com/the-coveteur/42#slide12  “In my junior year of high school in 1976 I worked at the finest clothing store in Salina, Kansas. The family who owned the store was Joseph P. Roth and Sons. I am forever grateful to the Roth family for giving me the job that changed the course of my life. I worked there after school, weekends, summer, and winter holidays and the six months post-graduation from the University…

Nick Wooster Lets Us Into His Amazing NYC Apartment #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/the-coveteur/42#slide12 “In my junior year of high school in 1976 I worked at the finest clothing store in Salina, Kansas. The family who owned the store was Joseph P. Roth and Sons. I am forever grateful to the Roth family for giving me the job that changed the course of my life. I worked there after school, weekends, summer, and winter holidays and the six months post-graduation from the University…