This Little Piggy went to Prada: These twenty-one revamped, tongue-in-cheek, name-dropping nursery rhymes, all wrapped up in a luxurious, linen-bound cover. With its super-chic look and beautiful illustrations, This Little Piggy went to Prada is the must-have gift for new mums. It’s politically incorrect, utterly frivolous and lots of fun. If the Sex and the City girls or Desperate Housewives had a baby shower, it would be top of the gift list.
Glamorous businesswoman, successful entrepreneur and first-time author (and mother), Amy Allen has made poetry out of her inability to relate to pease pudding and attempts at talking fashion with a gurgling newborn. Amy has followed the flow of the original rhymes and invented the words, but This Little Piggy went to Prada also contains the delightful, traditional versions too. Filled with sumptuous full color illustrations by Eun-Kyung Kung, this book presents classic nursery rhymes with a thoroughly modern and charmingly ironic spin that will make the most sleepless fashionista mom smile.
The irreverent and effervescent Amy Poon (formerly Allen) was educated at Wycombe Abbey and in various restaurants around the world.
This Little Piggy went to Prada is the ultimate literary purchase for lovers of Bill Amberg baby slings, baby Dior booties and Porsche toy cars. Nursery rhymes have never been so fashionable…Can any stylish mother resist its name-dropping charms?
Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table: From the lavish private parties, to the design process behind his collections, via favorite recipes and a look inside his opulent homes, a new book from Assouline, set for release in November, gives an insight into the busy life of Valentino Garavani.
As one of the most iconic designers in Italian fashion and founder of the legendary Valentino label, created in 1959 with Giancarlo Giammetti, he revolutionized Italian fashion, dressing the country’s high society, as well as designing Jackie Onassis’s bridal gown for her wedding to Aristotle Onassis. Published by Editions Assouline the book tells the story of Valentino Garavani’s colorful life, with a preface courtesy of André Léon Talley, editor-at-large of American Vogue who writes, “When you enter the world of Valentino, you enter a world of luxury, a world of rarity and opulence, but also of warmth.” A world filled with works of art and antiques, with homes in London, New York and Paris including the illustrious Château de Wideville. Explore Valentino’s life of private parties with the glitterati, in previously unseen images from Oberto Gili.
Ryan Korban: Luxury Redefined. Ryan Korban apartment Images Via here & here
Ryan Korban: Luxury Redefined: Ryan Korban is acclaimed for an aesthetic that juxtaposes sleek contemporary design with a sense of lost romance and fashion as shown on his own apartment decor. His debut book Luxury Redefined is releasing on April 15th. Ryan Korban has redefined luxury for a new generation, with an approach to interior design that infuses a timeless sensibility with a sense of lost romance, sex, fantasy, and a strong fashion influence. In this beautiful book filled with more than one hundred full-color photographs, the acclaimed interior designer, who is making a career of translating this aesthetic into elegant, comfortable interiors, shows readers how to achieve a sense of luxury in their homes that is at once glamorous and highly personal.
Each of the book’s seven thematic chapters focuses on a key component or influence that is essential to Korban’s approach to decorating, and offers numerous sources of inspiration and innovative ideas. The photographs of spaces he has designed—including homes for celebrity clients—are complemented by images from fashion, advertising, fine art, and design that will inspire readers with their compelling juxtaposition and enhance the luxurious aesthetic. A Sources section listing Korban’s go-to shops for everything from flowers to furniture rounds out this stunning book that is as alluring as the spaces featured within. Shop the book here.
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The beautiful new ‘Oscar de la Renta’ book is an updated edition of the original 2002 volume. The vibrant book holds 208 pages and 160 illustrations, presenting us the life and career of the iconic designer of Dominican descent who founded his fashion house in 1963, having previously worked at Lanvin and Balenciaga.
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Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s explores the history, inner workings and untold stories behind the store’s rise from a modest ladies’ tailor shop to a mirror of contemporary culture. In theaters May 3rd, 2013.
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