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It’s no surprise that interior designer Ken Fulk‘s book was titled Mr. Ken Fulk’s Magical World because he really is a magician. No where is this more apparent that his newest creation the Saint Joseph’s Arts Society in an old historic church San Francisco that sat empty since an earthquake. The private arts and social club has […]

When I was in Miami for Art Basel in December 2014, my friend and I drove up to Bar Harbor. Along the way, we passed a huge construction site for the Surf Club. My friend who I was with actually remarked that he owned a book Surf Club about the old club by Assouline. Well, […]

“I have to tell you, I am in love with beauty. I have always loved beautiful objects.” This is the opening of Valentino’s new book Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table from Assouline. It perfectly sets the tone for the gorgeous photographs of the dining tables and spaces at his many homes. If you’ve ever seen the documentary, […]

I was very excited to see on photographer Oberto Gili‘s Instagram today that he took the photos for the upcoming book, Valentino: At the Emperor’s Table, that also includes Andre Leon Talley as author.  If you’ve seen the Valentino documentary Valentino: The Last Emperor, you know that Valentino is a consummate host and party planner, or at […]

The wintery weather this week has me wishing I was on warm and sunny St. Barths.  Even more so after seeing the fabulous photos in Pamela Fiori’s new book, In the Spirit of St. Barths.  The best part is that Assouline is sponsoring a contest that could me and you to this island paradise.  For more details, check […]

If there is one publisher that epitomizes chicness, it’s Assouline.   I had the privilege of attending their fall preview yesterday and I warn you again, make room on your bookshelves!  I was able to take a look at American Fashion Designers at Home and it’s even better than I anticipated.  Those of you who love […]

Assouline est arrivé!

08 . 02 . 08

The only thing that makes up for the fact that it doesn’t seem like Ladurée is moving into the refurbished Plaza is that Assouline has and is already open! It’s a small space on the mezzanine but it’s packed with the beautiful books that we’ve come to expect from the the fashionable firm. Other offerings […]