Perfume bottles"These are a selection of products that I've worked on over the years. Truth be told, I don't wear a scent."Transformer"This was made by Aerin Lauder's son. I love the way it looks in my office."Andy Warhol/Jean-Michel Basquiat poster"The photographer's name is Michael Halsband and I worked on a surf book with him a while ago. This is something that he gave me."Jacqueline Kennedy book"Ron Galella is famous for stalking Jackie O and he was responsible for building her to legendary status. He decided to do this book based on images that he's taken of her. We're working on it together."Red Sharpie pens"I do all my editing and correcting with a red Sharpie. Whether it's going through a ton of images and making selections or editing new contact sheets, I like to mark everything up with these."
Over the past 18 years, Mr Doug Lloyd has been helping his clients reinterpret their creative vision with LLOYD&CO, his New York-based agency that focuses on fashion and luxury branding. It started well, and just got better: his first client was Mr Tom Ford during his tenure at Gucci (Mr Lloyd was responsible for those sexually charged campaigns where the letter G was shaved into the models' pubic hair), and over the years his open TriBeCa workspace has been the marketing epicentre for brands such as Jil Sander, Yves Saint Laurent and Bottega Veneta. Ten floors above ground, Mr Lloyd adorns his office with keepsakes and artifacts that he's collected, in a space that was designed by the same person who worked on his apartment just a few blocks south. It's a suitably minimal concrete and white structure that shares similarities with some of his favourite New York art spaces. "I love the scale of the space and the shows that the Gagosian Gallery in Chelsea [New York] has done," Mr Lloyd says. "I also admire the interiors of galleries including David Zwirner, Lehmann Maupin and Team Gallery."
"This is some archaic flip phone that just happens to be the 'location phone'. Whenever you're in some remote spot, this phone always catches a signal. I always come prepared."
"These were a gift from my business partner. An Austrian designer named Carl Auböck created them and I love his sense of craft. He worked in brass and it speaks of a time when everything was about quality."
"These are a few blankets that I picked up on my recent summer trip to Kenya."