It’s been a strange year for fashion, to say the least. The dashing men we’re used to seeing at shows, press appointments and late-night fashion-week parties have been confined to their humble abodes. So, for the inaugural Inside 10, we stepped into the homes of some of the industry’s most adored gentlemen – on a quest to discover how they really live. Expect lavish art, fancy sofas and, of course, handsome looks pulled from the SS21 collections. Today, we speak to Pam Boy, AKA Pierre Alexandre M’Pelé, fashion journalist and editor of ‘Perfect’ magazine, who wears Celine.
What’s your most prized possession in your home?
“Although it might sound rather superficial, I particularly cherish my catwalk books, my artwork by Tyler Givens, who’s a Black illustrator based in New York, and my Celine water bottles.”
What dream item would make your home all that more special?
“Flowers! More flowers – everywhere from the living room to the kitchen to the powder room. Roses and peonies are my favourites. Also, a Monet, one day perhaps. I do really need a Monet.”
What’s the key to keeping your humble abode a happy one?
“Light! Lots of light. And Byredo candles – Altar is very calming and enticing.”
Photography Claudio Fleitas. Keep your eyes peeled for more inductees to our Ten Men at Home series. Taken from Issue 53 of 10 Men – NO PLACE, LIKE, HOME – is out NOW. Order your copy