For the Fashion Library: Kate Spade’s Places to Go, People to …

Alright folks, it’s been a while since we focused in our lovely fashion library. What can I say? There just haven’t been that many new books to showcase. However, last week I had the perfect coffee table book come across my desk – Kate Spade’s “places to go, people to see”. I fell in love. I opened the first page…
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FFG Fashion Library: “My Mummy Loves Shoes”

Not sure if recommending this book will help or hinder your child’s upbringing. As young girls go, most that I know are already obsessed with shoes. Handing them a book featuring a wheel of designer inspired heels in every colour of the rainbow may just drive them over the edge into shoe obsessive. Yet even as I write that, I…
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Fashion Library: Diane von Furstenberg and the tale of The Empress’s …

What was a gift from the lovely ladies at Claridge’s has become a nightstand favourite for the fashion library. This charming little book from Camilla Morton is not only a favourite of mine but is also favoured by the next generation. What girl didn’t love the Tale of the Empress’s New Clothes? Only this new fairytale has some truth mixed…
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For the Fashion Library: The Ivy League

The latest addition to my fashion library has a bit of a classic preppy twist. I blame my Northeastern heritage. When I spotted The Ivy League, I knew I wasn’t leaving without it. For those of you wondering how this is a fashion book, I’ll just say that one flip through the pages of this glossy will reveal all. The…
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Fashion Library: Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations

So we already know that the Spring 2012 Costume Institute Exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art will focus on Schiaparelli and Prada. Please feel free to stand up and do a little jump for joy (that’s what happened here). Of course our imaginations are already running wild at what we will see on the red carpet at the Costume…
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