Art-filled is an understatement when it comes to former grunge-wunderkind Marc Jacobs' New York home. Decked out in a 1970s art-deco aesthetic, the Greenwich Village townhouse is just as stylish (though a lot less rebellious) as one might expect from the infamous designer. Worldly pieces are dispersed amongst antiques and masterworks by Richard Prince and John Currin. It's a space that's instantly glamorous and homey all at once. No wonder his Bull Terrier, Neville, loves to lounge around so much. Thanks to Amy Astley's celebrated first release as EIC, Architectural Digest's September Style issue takes us inside MJ's impeccable abode. Click through for a preview!

[Photos by Francois Halard, Architectural Digest]