Biography

Seyie-PutsureSeyie Putsure founded Seyie Design to create fashionable & functional branded interiors for luxury and design-conscious residential and beauty, fashion & lifestyle companies. Having started her career as an executive with CHANEL and Dolce & Gabbana in New York City, she brings a deep understanding of branding, merchandising and special consumer experience strategy, and a high level of sophistication into the interiors that Seyie Design creates.

Since its founding in 2007, Seyie Design’s body of work has grown internationally to include retail, high-end salons and spas, boutique bakeries, event lounges and private residences. Seyie was Fendi Casa’s Designer of the Month, the exclusive designer for the 54th and 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards® Official Talent Gift Lounge, and has been featured in TIME, LUCKY, Vogue, Elle, and DDI Magazine, among others. She has also been named by Vogue India as one of “the new women of interiors.”

Understanding an individual’s personal style or a company’s brand image, and their unique lifestyle or practical business needs, Seyie Design works directly with clients on all levels to discover the best harmony for spaces from concept to execution. It balances fashionable interiors that capture the essence of the individual or company’s brand identity, and functional spaces that support lifestyle or promote business productivity. Seyie Design creates environments that evoke specific emotional responses for clients; spaces that are filled with character and soul while enhancing their life or business.

Some exciting upcoming projects include several retail boutiques at The BLOC, a new innovative lifestyle shopping center in Downtown Los Angeles, as well as the outdoor furnishings and lounge areas at The BLOC.

Seyie earned her Bachelor’s degree from Clark University and graduated from UCLA Extension’s Professional Interior Design program. She is an Allied Member of the American Society of Interior Designers, and a member of the Costume Council at LACMA and International Council of Shopping Centers.

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