Take a stroll through Rick Owens new SoHo store and you’ll find a series of rock crystal and camel hair–covered benches as perches for trying on the fashion designer’s signature sock sneaker boots or structural cantilevered heels. Make your way up the colossal concrete stairwell, and there are geometric marble chairs puzzled between silver racks filled with leather jackets, funnel-neck dresses, and asymmetrical tanks. It’s the perfect convergence of fashion and furniture, with everything single-handedly crafted by Owens. And while he’s best known for constructing imaginative go to wear, Owens’s creativity also expands into just-as-inventive furniture design. What started as a hobby with his wife, Michèle Lamy, soon transformed into a full-fledged collection of antler chairs, bark tables, and marble plinths that originally occupied his Palais Bourbon home in Paris.