And shockingly, there is absolutely no art on any of the walls. "I think space is a backdrop for people," Eileen Fisher says, adding that seeing the shapes of others moving through the rooms is her idea of art.
In the home she shares with her two children—Zachary and Sasha—Eileen applied the same rigorous discipline she brings to creating her minimalist clothing designs. "Simple is hard to do," she observes. "But when you get there, it's so liberating. It means taking away things to arrive at just the right elements. I have a chaotic brain, but here I feel calm and organized. It's a relief."
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