Is your coffee table looking a bit bland? Are you looking to add some visual interest to your home décor? If you are, you might want to consider some of these coffee table books, which vary from a range of topics including fashion, lifestyle and design.
“In Vogue: An Illustrated History of the World’s Most Famous Magazine”
By Alberto Oliva and Norberto Angeletti
With commentaries from the Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour herself, “In Vogue” gives you a look inside the history of the world’s most well-known fashion magazine and how it came to become what it is today. With hundreds of past covers and illustrations from old editions, “In Vogue” shows work from many famous photographers who have collaborated with Vogue and explores how the publication has taken on subjects such as art, culture, and fashion amongst the media
The Beauty Chef Cookbook
By Carla Oates
Many people seem to think that beauty is all about being skinny and going on diets in order to achieve the perfect body, but that’s not the case. Carla Oates, the founder of organic beauty brand The Beauty Chef, is a firm believer that beauty begins from within, starting with your belly. In “The Beauty Chef Cookbook,” the founder shares more than 150 healthy recipes that promote a healthy gut for a better lifestyle. Ranging from healthy meals to simple snacks, all of the recipes are gluten and dairy-free, and aim to provide nourishment to the body. This cookbook is a must-have for your journey to radiant skin and good digestion.
“The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style”
By Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg
If you’ve ever been curious on where some of your favourite celebrities pick their clothes from each morning, The Coveteur has you covered. The popular online fashion website recently launched their own book, which showcases celebrities and gives you an inside look on their closets. With never-before-seen photographs of their private spaces, celebrities such as Karlie Kloss and Miranda Kerr are able to show off a more intimate and genuine character in how their interior design and fashion pieces come to define their own personal style.
by Blake Wood & Nancy Jo Sales
Always missed and never forgotten, you can find never-before-seen photos of Amy Winehouse in this book by photographer Blake Woods, who became good friends with Winehouse during the peak of her career. This volume features a collection of intimate photos of Winehouse during her time travelling and performing in places including London and Paris, along with text from pop culture critic Nancy Jo Sales. In 150 unseen colour and black-and-white photographs tells an emotional story of the carefree woman she was who was living life to the fullest during her time as one of the best soul singers in the world.
Vogue x Music by Vogue Magazine
While mainly known for fashion, Vogue has also always been big on culture during its run in the past 126 years. In this edition, works from photographers such as Steven Klein and Annie Leibovitz are shown. Famous music icons including Madonna, Debbie Harry, and David Bowie are featured in breathtaking portraits along with excerpts from past interviews, which highlights star power and shows off exactly why each artist is forever timeless.
by Kate Spade
This dainty coffee table book from fashion brand Kate Spade is simplistic yet charming in regards to femininity. From paying homage to fashion icons like Marilyn Monroe to fictional characters like Carrie Bradshaw, “She” celebrates women of all kinds and delivers some of the most joyful messages ever. A main one? You’re the heroine, so live your life to the fullest every single day.