COFFEE TABLE WORTHY

The books on your table say a lot about who you are, where you come from, and where you want to be...here are some eye catching adds on my list....

[image via le petite blog]
I LOVE and admire Kelly Wearstler, she is my favorite interior decorator and this book exemplifies her technique with color, patterns, and textures...all making clear one thing: she is the only decorator I would ever consult with...

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YSL was an amazing designer and after seeing the film l'amour fou, an indie documentary about the life Yves Saint Laurent shared with his partner up until his recent death, I became more and more intrigued to better understand his contribution to fashion and more importantly, the modern day, suit wearing, working woman...

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This book has sat on my list for quite a while, perhaps because I discovered it in a magazine or fashion blog; the name is self-explanatory, Parisian women are more chic than the rest...

[image via impact books]
Growing up in Chicago allowed me the honor of seeing some of Frank Lloyd Wright's famous work in person, and I am quite curious to see more, architecture is a beautiful thing, and an art form I have much appreciation and respect for...

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La Dolce Vita, was one of my favorite films covered in my Italian cinema course abroad for many reasons, one of which being the fashion that highlighted modern femininity for its' time and introduced a new wave of glamourous style...


Read and succeed, 

-M. Gisele

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