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Corbis has launched Corbis Outline@Home, an extension of the archive of celebrity portraiture called Corbis Outline. Outline@Home, as you'd expect, is a collection of celebrity cribs, including wonders like the Esquire House that Paris Latsis bought for Paris Hilton, and Elton John's private suite at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas. The collection features the work of interior photographers like Tim Street-Porter, Oberto Gili and Fernando Bengoechea as well as Corbis Outline shooters, including Art Streiber and Dale Berman. We open this showcase with David Copperfield's New York pool, no doubt shortly before he made it disappear, shot by Michel Arnaud. In the PDF: 2) Donna Karan's Hamptons bedroom, shot by Fernando Bengoechea; 3) Francis Ford Coppola's bedroom in Belize, by Tim Street-Porter; 4) Jennie Garth's outdoor fireplace in L.A., by Bengoechea; 5) Lenny Kravitz's Miami bar, by David Glomb; and 6) Madonna's L.A. living room, also by Bengoechea. Click here for more.