Illustrated design books for staying in and the latest Hermès footwear for days out
Lavishly illustrated design books for your perusal or heavy reading
Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons: Art of the In-Between Andrew Bolton Met Publications
Comme des Garçons founder Rei Kawakubo is widely celebrated as one of the most influential designers of the contemporary age, with her avant-garde designs blurring the dichotomies between form and function, art and fashion, statement and interpretation. With never-before-seen photographs and witty quotes from the elusive Japanese designer, this splendid catalogue surpasses even the limitations of the exhibition it celebrates.
Available on Amazon
Tara Bernerd: Place Tara Bernerd Rizzoli New York
Rizzoli New York’s latest tome is a visual journey through elegance and utility. Londonbased designer Tara Bernerd is known for her intuitive approach to interior design: by adding temperament to it, she frees a place from its ever competitor, time. The book captures not only Bernerd’s attention to detail, but also the inimitable and handsome characters that inhabit the places she transforms.
Available at National Bookstore
Parisian Chic Lookbook: What Should I Wear Today? Ines de la Fressange and Sophie Gachet Groupe Flammarion
New York Times bestselling French author, model, and archetypal Parisienne Ines de la Fressange is back with a new installment to her well-beloved series. The lookbook illustrates her iconic style: that simple yet sophisticated je ne sais quoi many yearn to emulate. More than a fashion bible, Parisian Chic Lookbook becomes a looking glass through which we can glimpse the effortless glam that French women celebrate every day.
Available at Fully Booked