The statuesque supermodel collaborated with home-design consultant Carlos Mota to create a space that is full of bold prints from the walls to the floor and everywhere in between.
The cacophony of color and pattern is why Iman chose a solid black jumpsuit for a press conference in the lounge yesterday.
"Can you believe it? It's 1970s Donna Karan," Iman told StyleList of her ensemble. Design, she added, comes naturally to her.
"It's in my DNA, so to speak," she says. "I'm lucky enough to be exposed to very diverse things. I've been to Yves Saint Laurent's houses and have seen so many things. If you're lucky, it stays with you.
"For me, Bali is the most exciting place in the world, but there is something from every place -- India, Africa, Persia."
Here's hoping Iman may be able to lend her decorating prowess to her next gig – co-hosting Bravo's "The Fashion Show" with Isaac Mizrahi.
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