Built in the 1930s, the Spanish-style mansion in the Hollywood hills, is surrounded by eucalyptus and palms. “I loved the house’s energy from the moment I walked in,” says Mario Testino. The iconic photographer is also a mix master, blending traditional Peruvian pillows from his hometown with contemporary art on the wall. The result sets up an unexpected dialogue. “I like the idea of things that show your travels around the world—show your life” says Testino. “And I enjoy the idea of all the different cultures meeting here. Japan meets Peru, Peru meets America, America meets England, England meets Denmark, Denmark meets France, you know. Total integration of cultures”. Take a sneak peak in his so inspiring and alive place and enjoy Natalia Vodianova posing for his lens.