When we arrived at Leanne Citrone’s abode we had to double check the address. We weren’t sure if we had made a wrong turn and accidentally wound up at the MOCA. After getting a whiff of freshly baked oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and homemade gelato—made by Citrone, herself—something told us we were most definitely home. As art aficionados we were smitten with the work on the walls and even a few pieces on the floor, including a KAWS statue that Citrone said she could do without. (We—like her husband—would have to disagree; that thing is a keeper.) From Banksy’s to Lichtenstein’s to Hugh Holland’s, the Citrones have collected their fair share of conversation pieces. And that goes for her clothing, too. The co-owner of Andy Lecompte Salon in L.A.—you know, the one that Cov-alums Jen Atkin and Mara Roszak works at and where all the pretty people go—has a quaint collection of Birkins and other Hermès treasures. (Speaking of Mrs. Roszak, she actually popped by Citrone’s place pre-shoot to get her all glammed up.) Citrone’s also got a serious stash of Jenni Kayne covetables, whose store is a neighbour of the salon. “I am over there all the time (okay, every day) and seem to always be leaving with something great in hand,” she confessed to us. Can’t blame her, though. As Citrone said, Kayne is "timeless and easy," our two favourite words. We were especially fond of Citrone’s “Drink your veggies” tee, which was gifted to her by Pressed Juicery founder and friend Hedi Gores. (Coming soon to a Cov near you!) Before we bounced, we took a peek at her husband’s prized possession: his vintage car collection. In true Cov form, we grabbed a contrasting cobalt blue Céline bag and placed it on the car for a picture-perfect shot; a stunning work of art (if we do say so ourselves) to add to her collection.