Halston, who achieved notoriety after reinventing American fashion and elevating it to the level of haute couture previously owned by the French, is the subject of a fantastic new Netflix series documenting the designer's life and career. It captures all the glamour and excess of the 1970s Studio 54 disco era when Halston and his besties - which included Liza Minelli, Andy Warhol, and model-turned-jewelry designer Elsa Peretti - stole the limelight. (The moments when he invents his wildly popular eponymous perfume, designs a last-minute gown using only a sequin scarf, and goes obscenely over-budget on his beloved orchids, are alone worth the viewing.)
I've already watched the whole thing. Twice.
Halston transcended fashion; his favored interior design aesthetic is equally iconic. Here, I present my Halston-inspired edit... guaranteed to bring the legend of Halston into your surroundings.