Years before our obsession with athletic wear exploded and women started pairing sports bras with silk skirts, there was Victoria Bartlett's playfully named-label, VPL (short for Visible Panty Line). Launched in 2003 with the intention of "drawing innerwear out", VPL quickly gained a devoted following with modern, architectural interpretations of undergarments meant to see and be seen. The British-born Bartlett, who has lived in New York City for over 25 years, got her start styling for the likes of Madonna, Bjork and Deee-Lite. Now living in Boreum Hill, Brooklyn, the perennially stylish designer let us into her home to get a glimpse of some of her most prized possessions, her amazing art collection, and the pieces that inspire her.

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett

Victoria Bartlett