As to be expected from an editor who specialises in health and beauty, Garrett Tezanos' favourite things are seriously good-looking.

From amazing magazine covers to a plucky pooch, the Uppercut cutter clearly showcases a penchant for the pretty.

Here he presents the items he keeps around his New York apartment and office in the company's flagship office in NYC's Flatiron District.

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The Interview Magazine Wall

My husband and I saw the Pop Art exhibit at the Tate Modern about ten years ago, and I was immediately transfixed by Richard Bernstein’s covers for Interview Magazine

I began tracking them down until I had a decent-sized collection. 

They’ve been a constant source of inspiration, especially when I’m cutting beauty work

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The Art Books

Gotta have some good coffee table books for inspiration. 

Walton Ford is one of my favorite contemporary artists and I always find a new detail or hidden gem in his work. 

Lately I’ve been referencing my well-worn copy of Arthur Elgort’s Models Manual as I’m cutting a short doc about his amazing career.

The Puggle

Levi is our eight-year-old puggle and I love having him nearby when I’m working. 

He’s always a great reminder to stop and take a breath, step away from the computer, take a walk and get some fresh air. 

The Mug Collection

I start the day with coffee and will generally keep drinking until I feel uncomfortable. 

Working from home has allowed me to put my extensive mug collection to good use. 

I always return with a new mug whenever we travel. 

It’s nice to have a little reminder of some of the trips we’ve taken, and it helps me to remember that there’s more to life than work. 

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The Mario Sader Prints

In my office at Uppercut I have two prints by my friend, the photographer Mario de Toledo Sader. 

He has an incredible eye and a unique vision and it was very difficult to narrow it down to just two. 

Check him out on Instagram.