In this past weekend's Wall Street Journal, Charlotte's article on the Cecil Beaton Scrapbook, by Assouline....
Dialogues on Design
New York School of Interior Design
February 23, 2017
New York, NY
NYSID Annual Benefit Dinner
March 6, 2016
New York, NY
Fort Worth Garden Club
January 30, 2017
Fort Worth, TX
Cedar Rapids Garden Club
November 10, 2016
July 31, 2016
Croghan’s Jewel Box
April 29, 2016
April 13, 2016
The Charlotte Moss collection of fabrics and trims for Fabricut includes over 100 new items, including prints, wovens, and trimmings. “Charlotte Moss is highly regarded in the industry as a powerful marketer and informed designer,” says David Finer, CEO of Fabricut. Charlotte’s inspiration for the collection is drawn from antiques and vintage documents from her personal collection. Other inspirations include architectural themes and, of course, her garden. Collaborating with the designers at Fabricut, direction and inspiration for the collection was found within her immense anthology of textile documents, items acquired during her travels and images she's captured behind her camera. Adding to her vision and attention to detail for this collection, each pattern name has its own story. Fabrics are named in honor of her muses – women travelers and explorers who pushed boundaries in many ways. Charlotte explains, "you knew what these women stood for, they had a mission, and as a result, left us legacies that inspire. They are like guiding lights."
Charlotte's second collection of fabrics and trims debuting in the 2015 features luscious wovens, fresh prints and stunning trimmings in three color stories - Canvas, Deep Coral and Watercolor.
“Bits of inspiration find you along your path or you find them. However the story goes, there was an attraction, an emotional reaction that caused the two of you to go home together. A tile, a turtle shell, a vintage scarf; a few of the things that inspired this collection...” -Charlotte Moss
Charlotte turns her eye to the garden as a resource for interiors, entertaining, and good living. This book shows the myriad ways the garden provides inspiration every day —indoors and outdoors. Touring readers through her own garden, she offers insights on how to bring the garden into home life. Garden Inspirations also features additional web content accessed by scanning watermarked pages in the book with the Digimarc Discover App.
As Featured In…
House Beautiful-April 2015
Country Living-April 2015
Since opening her business in 1985, Charlotte has designed private residences and executive suites all over the United States and the Caribbean. In addition to designing interiors, Charlotte Moss’ career has included retail stores, celebrated for Charlotte’s unique blend of American, European and Classical influences.
Having launched her career on Wall Street, Charlotte has a keen sense for the shifting sands of change, amid all her decorating prowess. Widening her reach in recent years, Charlotte Moss, LLC now brings her signature Flair for Living to consumers worldwide with collections available under license. She has designed fabric and trim for Fabricut, carpeting, sisals and soon-to-be scenic mural wallpapers for Stark Carpet, and china for Pickard. Most recently, Charlotte has used her experience culled from twenty-five years of decorating couture homes to design a collection of furniture and upholstery with Century Furniture. Charlotte’s collection of framed decorative art for Soicher-Marin, which launched at the High Point Market, is based in-part on her own photography.
Charlotte is a sought-after speaker, lecturing widely on all the arts of living. Recent lecture titles include:
She has written nine books to date. Her most recent title, Garden Inspirations was published by Rizzoli in April of 2015. In addition to writing books, she frequently contributes to The Wall Street Journal.
Charlotte’s work has been published in shelter magazines worldwide and she has received numerous awards, including The Timeless Design Award, given by the Royal Oak Foundation, Elle Décor’s VISION AWARD and Traditional Home magazine’s list of the worlds’ Top 20 interior designers. Last May, Charlotte was honored with the Circle of Excellence Award from the International Furnishings & Design Association (IFDA) for the field of interior design.
Charlotte considers her most important work to be her community service and philanthropy. She serves on the Boards of The Thomas Jefferson Foundation at Monticello, The Bone Marrow Foundation, The Elsie de Wolfe Foundation and the Advisory Board of The New York School of Interior Design, where she received an Honorary Doctorate Degree. Charlotte sits on the Acquisitions Committee at The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. On May 16, 2013, Charlotte was honored by the Bone Marrow Foundation with the Brandon Tartikoff Award at the ‘Be A Lifeline’ benefit gala.
CHARLOTTE ANN MOSS
COMMUNITY SERVICE / CHARITABLE INTERESTS:
Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Monticello, Trustee
Buildings and Grounds Committee
External Affairs Committee
Charlotte has lectured extensively on the topic of interior design appearing at showhouses, museums, womens’ groups, garden clubs, trade fair /antique shows and corporate events.
Past lectures include:
INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS LOCATIONS:
| Montecito, CA Houston, TX
Charlotte is frequently asked by various organizations to draw upon her expertise with consulting on various projects in manufacturing, retail, interior design and publishing. Consulting projects have included:
Gift shop design and space planning consultation, Monticello
Licensing Consultation, Colonial Williamsburg
Restoration of The Mount, Lenox, Massachusetts
Production of a Fundraising DVD, Kips Bay Decorator Showhouse
The Charlotte Moss website, A Flair For Living™, contains information on upcoming events, speaking engagements and licensed products, as well as the blogs, Tête-à-Tête and C’est Inspiré. Tête-à-Tête, editorially based, is updated regularly and contains articles of topical interest. C’est Inspiré, is Charlotte’s photo blog - photographs in which Charlotte feels do all the talking…
New York School of Interior Design
Dialogues on Design
February 23, 2017 - 5PM
Dialogues on Design, a series of conversations moderated by Newell Turner, editorial director of the Hearst Design Group, returns for its third year. Charlotte and Newell will discuss her approach to work: inspirations and influences, response to and leadership in trends, and the evolution of the field. The conversation will l concludes with a reception where audience members have the opportunity to meet and talk with the designers.
Participation is by subscription; $300 for the series of six programs.
Current NYSID students may sign up and attend individual events for free.
For more information follow the link.
NYSID Annual Benefit Dinner
March 6, 2017
Charlotte is being honored by the New York School of Interior Design. She will be presented with the NYSID Centennial Medal at their Annual Benefit Dinner, which recognizes influential individuals and organizations in design. Others include David Kleinberg, David Sawyer and Paul Scialla.
TICKETS: Individual tickets are available at $750 and $1,500, tables for 10 at $7,500, $15,000 and $25,000, and sponsorships at $20,000 (Centennial Underwriter), $10,000 (Underwriter) and at $5,000 (Sponsor). For further information or to reserve your participation please contact Elizabeth Gray Kogen at (212) 472-4197 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or purchase your tickets here.
The November 2013 House Beautiful Issue
In the fall of 2013, Charlotte guest edited the House Beautiful November issue. In working with Newell Turner and House Beautiful Executive Editor Shax Riegler, she developed content ranging from product coverage to design features. The theme of the November entertaining issue was “The Arts of Living,” which included special sections on home fragrance, books, music, wine and more.
“Everyone loves the special, curated and one-of-a-kind feeling of a pop-up boutique and this series will have a similar effect—it is a fun, new way to collaborate with great talent, each with a unique personality and point of view, to give our readers something special and unexpected,” Riegler said.
Editor in Chief, Newell Turner noted that, “these issues will truly be collector’s editions, with the great American design that is House Beautiful’s hallmark and the distinctive imprint of the guest editor. We have some extraordinary projects in the works and we can’t wait to share them.”
“When Newell and Shax proposed this idea, I immediately and instinctively seized the theme of volupté—sensuality—for the home,” Moss said. “As designers, we go far beyond how rooms look and feel: we create atmosphere and that means creating beauty that affects all of our senses. I’m focusing on the arts of living, being surrounded by beauty, enveloped in fragrance, listening to good music, reading good books, enjoying good food and wine with friends. Basically, what we DO at home, how we LIVE.”
Additional “pop-up” guest editors will be announced in the coming months.
The 2013 Bone Marrow Foundation Be a Lifeline Gala
The 2013 gala was hosted by Sam Champion and Josh Elliott of ABC’s Good Morning America. They honored three very special individuals who have made a tremendous difference in the lives of children and adults with cancer, Seun Adebiyi, Dr. Sergio Giralt and Charlotte. In addition to helping so many others going through the transplant process, Charlotte has been incredible in building and broadening the Foundation’s community and will be receiving the Brandon Tartikoff Award. The monies raised directly support the Foundation’s patient programs. The Bone Marrow Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for bone marrow, stem cell and cord blood transplant patients and their families by providing vital financial assistance, educational information, and emotional support programs.
For more information and other ways to give, please go to bonemarrow.org