9 Fashionable Coffee Table Books That Should Be In Every Style-Lovers Living Room
I have dreams of what my future ultra-luxe home office will look like, down to the very fine details. These nine celebrities have fashionable coffee table books, and believe me, they are already on my mental dream list. One day, they will be stacked just so on my coffee table. Some things are just necessities, you know?
I’m already saving up for these bad boys, because they aren’t cheap. Of course they aren't, considering they were created by fashion greats like Gisele Bundchen, André Leon Talley and Kate Moss, just to name a few. For example, Bundchen’s soon to be released book will cost $700, and that’s quite a price to pay. But, for a dream office, only the best will do. Most of these books feature stunning photography of models, clothing, and runways, and are sure to provide plenty of inspiration to fuel your most fashionable daydreams and goals.
Scroll through to find out which fashion-themed coffee table books made my list. You’ll probably understand rather quickly why I find them so covetable and add them to your It-girl checklist, as well. I know I can't be the only one who fantasizes about my dream bookshelf — or, rather, book stack.
1. Gisele Bundchen's Coffee Table Book
Why wouldn't you want a book featuring this super model?
2. Little Black Dress By André Leon Talley
Although ALT is quite fashionable himself, this book highlights Talley's favorite garments by the great designer Oscar De La Renta.
3. It By Alexa Chung
A book curated by a fashionable It-girl is a must for your coffee table.
4. Selfish By Kim Kardashian
This book makes for great study material.
5. Kate Moss By Kate Moss
Why wouldn't you want to spend your days thumbing through photos of this fashion legend?
6. Where's Karl? By Stacey Caldwell And Ajiri Aki
This book makes Where's Waldo? ultra stylish by having you search for Karl Lagerfeld instead.
7. The Little Dictionary of Fashion By Christian Dior
Everybody needs a dictionary, and this is just the version I'd like to have.
8. #Girlboss By Sophia Amoruso
I'd gladly take a little advice from this fashion mogul.
9. The Sartorialist: Closer By Scott Schuman
Street style at its finest.
I'm going to have to go all Carrie Bradshaw on this one, "Sometimes I'd buy Vogue instead of dinner. I felt like it fed me more."
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