They say we should never judge a book by its cover, but when it comes toyour highly fashionable coffee table, standard rules need not apply. Indulge your innate desire for luxury with these enchanting new books that demand to be read, displayed, and explored. These must-haves promise to make the chilly months ahead much warmer.

 

FLORA: THE ART OF JEWELRY – By Patrick Mauries and Evelyne Posseme Photography by Jean-Marie del Moral

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If you’re a lover of Paris, jewellery, and nature’s treasures, we’ve found the perfect book for you. Explore a selection of floral inspired jewels and gemstones handpicked by the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris from the seventeenth century all the way to contemporary times.

 

MARIO TESTINO: SIR – Photography by Mario Testino

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Renowned photographer Mario Testinoexplores the male allure in all its diverse forms using over 300 photographs and accompanying commentary. Your next tea party calls for some serious eye candy.

 

DIOR by Mats Gustafson

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Who can resist enchanting world of Dior? Especially when seen through the lensof Mats Gustafson’s beautiful watercolours and collages. Feast your eyes on the colourful portrayal of sumptuous haute couture, ready-to-wear creations, and classic accessories that make this fashion house so iconic.

 

BLUMARINE by Elena Loewenthal

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Discover the story of Blumarine’s Anna Molinari – AKA the Queen of Roses – through a series of stunning images taken by renowned photographers like Helmut Newton and Tim Walker. This book offers a personal account from her friend’s pen that will go straight to your heart.

 

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Belinda Anidjar

Belinda is a writer with a BA in English Literature from Concordia University. She can be spotted reading in every public setting imaginable. Whether a 19th-century novel or a fashion magazine, she’s addicted to stories, fashion, and stories about fashion. Her eyes may rarely leave the page, but she can instantly be recognized by her tiny stature and bold lipstick.

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