Bookshelf: What We’re Reading

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Interiors have been an area of focus in the Wert offices this December. And what better way to spend the holidays than browsing beautiful coffee table books by a cozy fire. Rizzoli has recently released a trio of enchanting monographs that showcase magical interiors. Photographer Francois Halard’s self-titled volume includes images from one of his first assignments, photographing a 20-something Yves Saint Laurent’s Parisian abode. With an old-world eye and a bohemian spirit, Halard captured images of the homes of revered tastemakers including Coco Chanel, Richard Avedon, and Schiaparelli. An Invitation to Chateau du Grand-Luce showcases interior designer Timothy Corrigan’s lovely decorated and restored chateau in France’s Loire Valley. Offering both advice and insight into the art of French living, Corrigan reveals the secret to dwelling in a historic residence with modern flair. Lastly, Stephen Sills: Decoration documents Sills’s visionary old-meets-new interior style. Karl Lagerfeld once claimed the decorator’s country home in Bedford, NY to be “the chicest house in America.”

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