Wendy Goodman is the author of The World of Gloria Vanderbilt (Abrams, 2010) and co-author, with Hutton Wilkinson, of Tony Duquette (Abrams, 2007). She has been New York magazine's design editor since 2007 and was previously the magazine's interior design editor (1997-2007). As design editor, Goodman is responsible for New York's twice-annual design issues and regular Great Room features. She also produces the weekly online feature Design Hunting. Goodman's career began in fashion at Harper's Bazaar, from which she went on to the New York Times Magazine, where she wrote and produced fashion pages, and House and Garden, where she covered the world of style and fashion. She lives in Greenwich Village and was born and raised in New York.
Over 30 years, New York design editor Wendy Goodman has seen an impressive range of private-home interiors. Here are more than 75 of her favorites. -- Vulture Wendy Goodman has been New York magazine's interior design editor for 20 years, and to say she is an expert in interiors is an understatement. Her truest gift is uncovering spaces like no other. Apartment Therapy had the pleasure of touring Wendy's own home in a house tour, and you can see that she has a passion for her own interiors, as well. In May I Come in? she visits more than 75 homes-all captured in full color, immersive photographs-of some of the most unique homes, possibly ever. if you are interested in statement-making spaces, you'll find inspiration on nearly every page. -- Apartment Therapy