Stylist Sibella Court describes herself as a nomad. With her globetrotting adventures and unique style that reflects her explorations, there’s no better way to say it. After living in New York and working as an interior designer and creative director for big brands like Bergdorf Goodman, Sak’s Fifth Avenue, and West Elm for fifteen years, Court returned to her home of Sydney, Australia. Along with jet-setting, she’s recently started her own shop, The Society Inc., and written three books.
Sibella took a quick break from her travels to talk to Better Homes and Gardens about her globally-inspired style recently. See what she had to say below!
Day Job: Owner, The Society Inc, and stylist
My Style Is: Gypset. It’s a hybrid of jetsetting and gypsy.
Devoted To: Ribbons and ropes and all things trim. I am an avid collector and these happen to be the first pieces I began to collect when I was a little girl.
Secret Tool: Stencils. Stencil a lampshade using any paint you have lying around.
Travel Must: Don’t store your photos away—I have mine printed as soon as I get back. (or: I have a beautiful soft fringed cashmere throw that beats any blanket supplied in a hotel or airplane, and can double as a cozy shawl.”)
Style is: Seeing things in a new way.
Wardrobe palette: Caramel, cream, white tones—I call it Campaign
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