About the book : Lauded blogger Garance Doré has garnered a dedicated audience over the years with her photography and illustrations. In her new book, you’ll find a mix of stories, career advice, and of course, beautiful visuals from her travels and life experience. Readers are left feeling both inspired and encouraged to find their own personal style.
Enter the world of Prada with this comprehensive coffee table book. Bound in the brand’s signature Saffiano leather, you’ll pass through 30 years of Prada history with this collection of photography. The beautifully collaged book sleeve is one that you’ll want to leave out at home.
Iris Apfel: Accidental Icon
A unique and lavishly illustrated collection of musings, anecdotes, and observations on all matters of life and style, infused with the singular candor, wit, and exuberance of the globally revered ninety-six-year-old fashion icon whose work has been celebrated at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute and by countless fans worldwide.
Loulou & Yves: The Untold Story of Loulou de La Falaise and the House of Saint Laurent
Dauntless, “in the bone” style made Loulou de La Falaise one of the great fashion firebrands of the twentieth century. Descending in a direct line from Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli, she was celebrated at her death in 2011, aged just sixty-four, as the “highest of haute bohemia,” a feckless adventuress in the art of living—and the one person Yves Saint Laurent could not live without.
Vogue on Vivienne Westwood (Vogue on Designers)
A provocateur, radical thinker, and instigator of the most important sartorial statements of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, Vivienne Westwood is a fearless nonconformist with a relentless passion for tradition. From the mini crini, the liberty corset, and the rocking-horse shoe to the stunning, sumptuous wedding dress worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City and Dita Von Teese’s infamous purple wedding dress, Westwood has unleashed her imagination on the world for almost 40 years. Her Pirate and Edwardian looks were worldwide fashion trends, and her revolutionary designs include the co-creation of the punk style, the introduction of street style into high fashion, the reworking of the crinoline, the restyling of Harris tweed, and the reintroduction of platforms and the hourglass figure. She has been described by Anna Wintour as ‘an unbelievable influence’ and by Alexander McQueen as ‘the Coco Chanel of our day’.