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Designer Azeeza Khan Shares Her Favorite Things

The A-list designer and owner of Azeeza Domaine, a new housewares collection, shows off her favorite shoes, pillows, foundation, and more.

Photos: Anna Knott

In the past two years, Old Irving Park native Azeeza Khan, 31, has launched the women’s wear label Azeeza US (azeeza.us), dressed A-listers such as Sarah Jessica Parker, and opened a shop at 900 North Michigan Avenue. This fall, she unveils Azeeza Domaine, a housewares collection that includes pillows and coasters. Khan’s West Loop loft exemplifies her signature aesthetic: timeless with edgy flair. Here are some of her favorite possessions. Want to see more? Check out the video of Khan showing off her faves.

RMS Beauty lip and cheek shine

RMS Beauty lip and cheek shine

($36, Space519, 900 N. Michigan Ave.)
“The colors are subdued, with a little bit of pop.”

 

Alaïa shoes

Alaïa shoes

($3,470 for similar style, net-a-porter.com)
“I love that they are not mainstream.”

 

Beverly Hills wallpaper

Beverly Hills wallpaper

($280 per roll, designerwallcoverings.com)
“Hollywood regency vibe.”

 

Azeeza Domaine pillows

Azeeza Domaine pillows

($495, Azeeza, 900 N. Michigan Ave.)
“Inspired by algebraic equations and graphs.”

 

Visionaire books

Visionaire books

(from $25, Ikram, 15 E. Huron St.)
“A good entry point into art and fashion.”

 

Hourglass foundation

Hourglass foundation

($55, Barneys New York, 15 E. Oak St.)
“Finally, an appropriate color for my olive skin.”

 

Brooks Brothers shirt

Brooks Brothers shirt

($99, 209 S. LaSalle St.)
“Literally the perfect shirt, from fit to convenience.”

 

Proenza Schouler bag

Proenza Schouler bag

(from $1,795, Ikram)
“This adds a little flair to the classic look.”

 

Visionaire figurines

Visionaire figurines

($175 for set of 10, visionaireworld.com)
“Fun and eccentric—a good contrast to my classic furniture.”

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