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    • A Man's Home Is His Castle

      The library at Calvin Klein creative director Francisco Costa's Long Island home is painted in a Benjamin Moore black.

    • Francine Murnane

      From the album: Timeline Photos By Architectural Digest Calvin Klein creative director Francisco Costa's chic Long Island library, an eclectic New York City living room, and an elegant London restaurant are our top pins of the week.

    • Calvin Klein

      Women's Calvin Klein Collection Creative Director Francisco Costa's library.

    • Lizzie Crocker

      in the great blue room

    • Lorena Espinoza

      Francisco Costa's Black Library / AD

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