A lavishly illustrated, irresistible look at some of the most spectacular houses and gardens--whose owners come from the worlds of fashion, design, art and society--that have appeared in the pages of Vogue over the last decade. Here is Tory Burch's stylish and informal Southampton estate, Lauren and Andres Santo Domingo's glamorous duplex in Paris, Dries Van Noten's romantic house and garden in Belgium, Alexa and Trevor Traina's dramatic and colorful San Francisco house, Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber's lakeside Canadian cabin, shoe maestro Bruno Frisoni and designer Hervé Van der Straeten's modern house in the heart of Tangier, Stella McCartney's grand English country garden, Olya and Charles Thompson's richly patterned Brooklyn house, and the old-world Wilshire estate of Gela Nash-Taylor and Duran Duran's John Nash Taylor and many more. These breathtaking houses and gardens have been photographed by such celebrated photographers as François Halard, Oberto Gili, Mario Testino and Bruce Weber among others; such writers as Hamish Bowles, Joan Juliet Buck, Plum Sykes, Jonathan Van Meter and Chloe Malle give you an intimate view of the owners and how they live. This book is a look at some of the world's most iconic houses and gardens--not only rich in ideas for all readers but a resource and inspiration for designers, architects, and landscape architects as well.
Author: Hamish Bowles Publisher: Knopf Publishing Group Published: 10/24/2017 Pages: 448 Binding Type: Hardcover Weight: 7.00lbs Size: 12.70h x 9.80w x 1.80d ISBN: 9781524732059
About the Author HAMISH BOWLES is the international editor at large of Vogue. Recognized as one of the most respected authorities on the worlds of fashion, costume history, and interior design, he not only writes extensively on style and culture for the magazine but also has curated Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years (2001) for The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Balenciaga: Spanish Master (2010) at the Queen Sofía Spanish Institute, and Balenciaga and Spain (2011) at the de Young Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco.
CHLOE MALLE is a contributing editor at Vogue. She lives in New York.