Coco Chanel revolutionary woman | Author: Chiara Pasqualetti Johnson
Coco Chanel was founder and queen of a fashion empire, and her name is forever linked to an unmistakable style. Before all this, Mademoiselle Coco was Gabrielle, a poor orphan who rejected convention and put her independence above all else. With her grit and tenacity, she made her fortune and restored freedom to women.
This volume celebrates a true icon 50 years after her passing. Her myth lives again in a biography illustrated by images portraying her as the perfect embodiment of timeless elegance. Because, as Coco said, "fashion passes; style remains."
27.5 x 22.5cm
Rone: Street Art and Beyond | Edited by: Mo Wyse
Known for his multi-storey murals gracing buildings all over the world, Melbourne-based artist Rone uses his work to explore the friction and connection between beauty and decay, youth and ruin. Rone...
Architects on Dwelling | Author: Christopher Platt
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An inspirational reader that highlights how profoundly the place we live in matters to our well-being and what social responsibility architects have in creating the built environment. While most books...
Everyone Sang: A Poem for Every Feeling | Compiled by: William Sieghart
This exquisite gift-book contains over a hundred poems, chosen by creator of the bestselling The Poetry Pharmacy, William Sieghart, and illustrated in sensational style by picture-book star Emily Sutton. Divided into four...