Sister Parish: The Life of the Legendary American Interior Designer

Sister as she was always called by family and friends was born Dorothy May Kinnicutt into a patrician New York family in 1910 and spent her privileged early life at the right schools, yacht clubs, and coming out parties Compelled to work during the lean years of the Depression, Sister combined her innate design ability with her upper echelon social connections to crSister as she was always called by family and friends was born Dorothy May Kinnicutt into a patrician New York family in 1910 and spent her privileged early life at the right schools, yacht clubs, and coming out parties Compelled to work during the lean years of the Depression, Sister combined her innate design ability with her upper echelon social connections to create an extraordinarily successful interior decorating business The Parish Hadley firm s list of clients reads like an American Who s Who, starting with Astors, Kennedys, Paleys, Rockefellers, and Whitneys She helped Jacqueline Kennedy transform the White House from a fusty hodge podge into a historically authentic symbol of American elegance For her clients, she was an indispensable presence, both in their salons and designing them Sister s style, marked by cozy, airy, colorful, but understated elegance, came to be known as American country, and its influence continues to this day Compiled by Apple Parish Bartlett one of Sister s daughters and Susan Bartlett Crater a granddaughter from Sister s own unpublished memoirs, as well as from hundreds of interviews with family members, friends, staff, world renowned interior designers Mark Hampton, Mario Buatta, Keith Irvine, Bunny Williams, and her long time partner Albert Hadley, among many others , and clients Annette de la Renta, Glenn Bernbaum, Mrs Thomas Watson, et al , Sister Parish takes the reader right into the houses and the lives of some of the most fascinating and famous people of this inimitable woman s time Long out of print, this acclaimed biography a New York Times Notable Book of the doyenne of American interior design is once again available to acquaint a whole new generation of designers and design lovers with the charismatic woman who redefined interior design in America Fully updated, the revised edition features a new Foreword by Albert Hadley and an Appreciation by Bunny Williams, who began her career at Parish Hadley.
Sister Parish The Life of the Legendary American Interior Designer Sister as she was always called by family and friends was born Dorothy May Kinnicutt into a patrician New York family in and spent her privileged early life at the right schools yacht clubs and

  • Title: Sister Parish: The Life of the Legendary American Interior Designer
  • Author: Apple Parish Bartlett Susan Bartlett Crater Albert Hadley Bunny Williams
  • ISBN: 9780865653023
  • Page: 373
  • Format: ebook
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    • Liz Downey said:
      Aug 22, 2018 - 04:34 AM

      This book was written based on recollections of friends and family. Very entertaining and inspiring.

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