I have been looking over this pre released book from Vendome Press for about a week now.Moving the pages, sticky tabbing from one designer to the polar opposite of what anothers ideal perception of home means to them.
From fashion thought to runway look the line between what we wear and what we sit on and put our feet upon to get a little R&R after trudging all day in those Manolo Blahnik pumps and Missoni patterned tunic.
A fine line which wavers from one season to the next, undoubtedly coming back around from time to time in a newly reinvented manner.
I have been inspired, craved, envied and appreciated all 279 pages of this amazingly put together book by Ivan Terestchenko.
We have all had a front row seat to each year's runway looks, retail season and department store productions from the designer's collection,but this book goes beyond the runway and into the very living rooms behind some of the world's best creative fashion minds.
Available in October but you can preorder your copy here
Here are a few of my favorite images:
One of my favorite designers,Vanessa Seward used this vintage chrome and glass coffee table from the 60's - 70's in her apartment.
I was surprised to have run into my own version this past weekend only to see this one in the pages of this book.
I love how life will sometimes imitate art.
Here is my version...(2) side tables
This blog post was provided by Vendome Press NYC,however the comments are mine.