With our selection from IRMA’s favorite coffee table books we want to make it easy to say goodbye to summer and welcome autumn.
Get inspired for a weekend trip to Paris, for a new, delicious health attitude, get lost in Tim Walker’s book on his photography which makes us dream again and again. Find new fashion inspiration from our favorite designers or a female artist who is known for the combination of her work and style.
By Charlotte Neuville and Michael Coffindaffer
Former fashion designer-turned-chef Charlotte Neuville highlights 60 of her most masterful and mouth-watering cake creations. A feast not only for the eyes.
LES BRASSERIES DE PARIS
By Henk van Cauwenbergh
Enjoy a tour of the most-famous brasseries of Paris: Brasserie Lipp, La Closerie des Lilas, Le Bouillon des Colonies, La Société, and more. With stunning photos, this book includes the favourite places of famous Parisians like singer and actor Charles Aznavour.
FRIDA KAHLO: FASHION AS THE ART OF BEING
By Susana Martinez Vidal
Frida Kahlo was not only an inspiring artist but an avant-garde fashion icon. Her bold beauty and unique style continue to influence today’s fashion, media and art. Packaged in a luxury slipcase and including 150 gorgeous illustrations, this colourful book is a tribute to Kahlo’s bold character and an homage to her fascinating journey.
By Tim Walker
Including a wide range of sketches, contact sheets, photographs and more, this comprehensive work offers a glimpse of British fashion photographer Tim Walker’s artistic process.
GOOD TO GLOW: FEEL-GOOD FOOD
By Tali Shine
Filled with nourishing, mouth-watering recipes from destinations hand-picked by Tali Shine, Good To Glow: Feel-Good Food encourages readers to begin living a healthier lifestyle without compromising on taste. The comprehensive book boasts recipes and health tips from international hotels, spas, wellness experts and more.
LANVIN, I LOVE YOU
by Alber Elbaz
This lavish monograph shows the artistic universe of Lanvin’s creative director, Alber Elbaz through more than 200 images of the amazing Lanvin window displays, exhibits, notes and sketches, all handwritten by Elbaz to reveal the designer’s inspiration.