The Coveteur by Stephanie Mark
Private Spaces, Personal Style

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This seems to be a book directed at 20 somethings with a “passion for fashion” rather than the seasoned or experienced fashion audience who generally read and purchase fashion reading materials.
-NY Journal of Books

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Based on the wildly popular fashion website, The Coveteur is a photography coffee table book offering exclusive access to celebrity closets and homes.
 
TheCoveteur.com has over four million visitors a month who come for the insider portraiture, profiles, and beautiful photographic excavations of fashion’s celebrated personalities. Showcasing celebrities’ favorite clothes, accessories, and objects in their private, rarely seen spaces, The Coveteur book is an intoxicating combination of fashion eye candy, interior design, and celebrity voyeurism. With its intimate documentation, The Coveteur examines the creative process and inspiration of 43 of the designers, models, fashion editors, and other tastemakers who are defining the style of our times.
 
Celebrities featured include:
·       Karlie Kloss
·       Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
·       Bobbi Brown
·       Cindy Crawford
·       Christian Louboutin
·       Miranda Kerr
·       Tavi Gevinson
·       Lisa Eldridge
·       Tommy and Dee Hilfiger
 
The Coveteur is a fabulous gift for those seeking insider access into the world of celebrated fashion trendsetters, and a beautiful object in its own right. This is the book that the fashion-obsessed will want to look at over and over again.
 

About Stephanie Mark

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Stephanie Mark is a stylist and the cofounder of TheCoveteur.com. Jake Rosenberg is a photographer and the cofounder of TheCoveteur.com. They split their time between Toronto and New York City.
 
Published October 18, 2016 by Harry N. Abrams. 272 pages
Genres: Arts & Photography.
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NY Journal of Books

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Reviewed by Jeffrey Felner on Nov 02 2016

This seems to be a book directed at 20 somethings with a “passion for fashion” rather than the seasoned or experienced fashion audience who generally read and purchase fashion reading materials.

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