Sasha Bikoff is known for her balanced understanding of design, flawless execution and technical know how sculpted from her vast worldly exploits and experiences. Bikoff’s style is heavily influenced by the multicultural flavors of her hometown, New York City, and from her experiences traveling abroad. Her collection with Currey & Company is a colorful exploration of Miami Beach, including lighting and accent furniture.
Sasha Bikoff began her career at Chelsea’s Gagosian Gallery before establishing her own interior design firm, Sasha Bikoff Interior Design. Following her design debut with an apartment in the famed Dakota, Bikoff was dubbed the “interior designer for the young & wealthy” by the New York Times and the “go-to decorator for Manhattan’s well-heeled millennial set” by the New York Post. Her aesthetic is 18th century French Rococo mixed with 1960s Space Age Modern, 1970s French Modernism and 1980s Italian Memphis Milano, which she executes with bright and colorful fabrics and rare antiques. It is a combination that highlights the best of the best from the coveted aesthetics of New York, the Hamptons, Miami, Palm Beach and Palm Springs.
The Sasha Bikoff Collection was inspired by the 1980s Miami Vice vibe, à la Scarface and Deco revival. Bikoff keyed in on the colors, the nature and the architecture to create the vibrant line. Her initial collections include Hibiscus, a celebration of the colorful eponymous flower – Bikoff's favorite.