Il­lus­trated de­sign books for stay­ing in and the lat­est Her­mès footwear for days out

Lav­ishly il­lus­trated de­sign books for your pe­rusal or heavy read­ing

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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

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