Interesting lady isn’t she? Also, interesting way Zara does their publicity…
So we have entered an age where luxury can expand to the publishing industry. Now, I’m not referincing high fashion magazines or rare books, but big publishing houses such as Taschen and Assouline who have managed to market their collector’s books as high-trend luxury objects. If luxury translates to a state of extravagant living, of comfort and hedonism, what greater why to exude that lifestyle than through the written press. Here are a few of my top picks from Assouline’s line of luxe coffee-table reads (Is it too early to start a Christmas list?).
Warning: Poser alert!
Nothing like some classic Goddard to hum you to sleep in Paris.
Fellini would be Italy’s word in the 1960s. I’m always taken aback by his genius and feel some kind of deep-rooted nostalgia of a time and place that no longer exists. His masterpieces are the outlets that allow me to revisit what seems like a recurring dream, with its eerie score and scenarios.
Finally going to see this tomorrow! I’ve never loved Sofia Coppola’s work in the past, but always look forward to seeing her next creation. I’m anticipating her interpretation of the modern Father/Daughter relationship: who else would be better to write the script than her?
Interview with Sofia Coppola (with Marc Jacobs) brought to you by Nowness