Plenty More! Yotam Ottolenghi

Picking up the (carrot) baton from PLENTY, 
PLENTY MORE opens the window even further onto the ever-expanding 
world of vegetables, grains and legumes. 
The focus on cooking methods – grilling, roasting, steaming, braising, mashing,
 baking and so forth – allows Yotam to share his many and wonderful ways to cook 
and celebrate his most-loved ingredients. 

It’s a beautiful, bounteous and brilliant book.



The Well-Traveled Home by Sandra Espinet

Sandra Espinet, Interior Designer and lifelong gypsy, 
is a mix-master of eclectic convergence, specialising in the 
fearless melding of exotic elements with traditional furnishings.

Sandra lives between Los Angeles and San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico.
She has degrees from the New England School of Design in Boston,
the American College of Art in Atlanta, and the American Film Institute in Los Angeles.
Sandra has won many awards for her work and is featured in leading design magazines.

Sandra's extensive world travels produce fabulous objects 
that are both exciting and dramatic resulting in stylish and unforgettable interiors.


Sandra Espinet, ASID, lives between Los Angeles and San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. She has degrees from the New England School of Design in Boston, the American College of Art in Atlanta, and the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. She won the Reader’s Choice Designer of the Year Award 2010 from California Home & Design and is the international spokesperson for Anderson Wood Flooring. Sandra has been featured in HGTV’s Christmas special; her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, among other design magazines.Sandra Espinet, ASID, lives between Los Angeles and San Jose Del Cabo, Mexico. She has degrees from the New England School of Design in Boston, the American College of Art in Atlanta, and the American Film Institute in Los Angeles. She won the Reader’s Choice Designer of the Year Award 2010 from California Home & Design and is the international spokesperson for Anderson Wood Flooring. Sandra has been featured in HGTV’s Christmas special; her work has been featured in Architectural Digest, among other design magazines.


Inouitoosh… Kerchief!

kerchief (from the French couvre-chef, "cover the head") 
also known as a bandana, is a triangular or square piece of cloth 
tied around the head or around the neck for protective or decorative purposes. 



Inouitoosh 100% Silk Foulard

Worn with attitude, 
this INOUITOOSH LUXE scarf is made from 100% silk.
Soft and oh so comfortable, this scarf is made in a beautiful, fine fabric.

Artisans, in collaboration with Elisabeth and Mathilde,
 the founders and designers at INOUITOOSH,
use ancestral methods which respect both the environment
and the workers.
The result is charming and very cool.



Inouitoosh Scarf…Bag !?!

When is a scarf not a scarf?
When it's a bag!
The French designers Elisabeth and Mathilde, known as Inouitoosh 
have re-invented the scarf in so many ways.
Come and see for yourself!



Levant by Anissa Helou

‘This treasure trove of a book is all you need, really, to cook the food of the Levant.’ 
Yotam Ottolenghi

Levant, or rising of the sun, is the crossroads where 
western Asia, eastern Mediterranean and northwest Africa meet. 
A land that is culturally diverse but united by common culinary threads.

In this personal tour Anissa, inspired by childhood memories,
introduces the stunning food of 
Syria, Lebanon, Turkey, Iran, Palestine and Jordan.

Levant is a collection of 150 mouth-watering recipes and family stories.
 Anissa draws them together through the themes of family, farm, 
souks (markets), restaurants, bakeries and the sweetmakers and 
attempts to record the food traditions of countries that 
are changing beyond recognition and at risk of disappearing.



Geraldine Gonzales Tea Light Holders from Paris

Based in Paris, Geraldine Gonzalez is a graduate of the Duperre School of Applied Arts 
and started her career as a shoe designer before turning to sculpture and design.

Geraldine’s creations have been exhibited in many Paris museums 
including the Grand Palais, Menagerie de Verre, Halle Saint-Pierre, 
Georges-Pompidou, etc,
and has worked with major fashion houses such as 
Christian Lacroix, Sonia Rykiel, Hermes, Baccarat,
Van Cleef et Arpels and Givenchy to name but a few.

Geraldine’s beautiful candle holders are covered in 
delicately cut tissue paper and hand-painted in her studio.
No two candle holders are alike.

Vibrant colour schemes and intricate floral and bird motifs make 
these beautiful holders
a bright and imposing addition to any décor.

Available in France, London, and New York at such illustrious stores as 
Bon Marche, the Printemps Haussmann, Home Autour du Monde,
chez Mint, Liberty (London), Tommorrowland (Tokyo),
John Derian (New York) and now…
Serin Cini (Sydney).



Country Chic by Beatrix Kleuver

Country Chic has always been a popular decorating style 
and it is not hard to see why - 
country decorating is comfortable and accessible; 
it is forgiving of wear and tear, of less than perfect combinations, 
and provides an oasis of warmth in a high-pressure world.

Interior decorator Beatrix Kleuver is a real outdoor person. 
Nature and history are her great sources for inspiration. 
In Country Chic she enthusiastically carries the reader along with her 
into the interiors of a number of historic and contemporary country estates, 
using photographer Jan Verlinde's many beautiful photographs.

Including interiors designed by Beatrix Kleuver herself, 
this publication also features photographs of the private home of Laura Ashley, 
a mansion designed by William Morris and 
the sleeping room of Dutch princess Juliana,
making it an exciting read for any aspiring interior designer.



The Luxury Collection Epicurean Journeys

Take a culinary journey with recipes from the world’s most beloved 
food destinations, curated by internationally celebrated chefs.

The Luxury Collection Epicurean Journeys explores the 
transcendent cuisine inside some of the world’s most exotic hotels. 
With over eighty properties featured, New York to Vietnam, India to Peru,
 no region of the world is left untasted. 

A selection of notable tastemakers offer their perspectives 
on their favorite hotel dining experiences, 
including Elettra Wiedemann, José Andres, and Ruth Reichl. 

Showcasing unique local takes on curry, risotto, and dulce de leche,
this newest volume in Assouline’s Hotel Stories series 
reveals the most delicious dishes of these legendary establishments. 

Brimming with beautiful imagery and mouth-watering recipes, 
The Luxury Collection Epicurean Journeys 
is a must-have for travel enthusiasts and foodies alike.



All The Buildings In New York….

All the Buildings In New York is a love letter to New York,
told through James Gulliver Hancock's unique and charming drawings of 
the the city's diverse architectural styles and cityscape.

The book features iconic New York buildings, such as the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Centre, and Flatiron Building.

Also presented are the everyday buildings that make up New York City -
the boutiques in SoHo and the timeless brownstones in Brooklyn.

New Yorkers and tourists alike will savour this one-of-a-kind volume 
that celebrates the energy and spirit of the city that never sleeps. 

James Gulliver Hancock is an artist and illustrator from Australia
 now based between Sydney and New York.
His work has been exhibited in galleries worldwide. 



Living Life Beautifully

Cabbages & Roses is a quintessentially eclectic English brand, 
creating beautiful yet functional clothing, accessories, homewards and fabric. 

Founder of Cabbages & Roses, Christins Strutt,
pours her inspirations and values into her new book - Living Life Beautifully. 

Beauty, simplicity, longevity, integrity and sustainability
are the core values that underpin the ethos of Cabbages and Roses. 

Living Life Beautifully shows how Christina has put these values into practice
in her own home and work spaces, and those of a number of artists 
who share a love of Cabbages & Roses, 
to create beautiful places where life and work mingle.
From a country house to an urban apartment, 
Christina shows how easy it is to live life beautifully.



Kitchen Papers… Fork Knife Spoon

Traditional with a modern twist, 
these paper placemats are fun and oh so convenient.

They come in pads of 50 placemats made from recycled paper,
designed by Charla Steele and printed in the USA.



Paris Flea Market Style

If you love French design and bargain hunting, 
Paris is the place where your shopping fantasies come true. 
Claudia Strasser leads a tour through the flea markets, finding treasures that can 
become one-of-a-kind heirlooms and accessories to reflect your individual style. 

A stylized map shows the lay of the land, 
and Claudia gives a professional shopper’s tips on where to find what, 
back of the market trade secrets, and the ins and outs of shipping items home. 
So take a seat and take a trip to Paris!



Tartine Book No. 3 by Chad Robertson

The third in a series of classic, collectible cookbooks from 
Tartine Bakery & Cafe, one of the great bakeries, 
Tartine Book No. 3 is a revolutionary, and altogether timely, 
exploration of baking with whole grains. 

The narrative of Chad Robertson’s search for ancient flavours in heirloom grains 
is interwoven with 85 recipes for whole-grain versions of Tartine favorites. 
Robertson shares his groundbreaking new methods of bread baking 
including new techniques for whole-grain loaves, 
as well as porridge breads and loaves made with sprouted grains. 

This book also revisits the iconic Tartine Bakery pastry recipes, 
reformulating them to include whole grains, nut milks, and alternative sweeteners. 
More than 100 photographs of the journey, the bread, the pastry and the people 
make this is a must-have reference for the modern baker.



Ramble & Rove … A Travel Journal

Featuring renowned textile designer John Robshaw’s gorgeous patterns, 
this luxe travel companion includes prompts to dream up itineraries, 
catalogue unexpected twists, and record and sketch adventures near and far.

With a tactile fabric cover, pockets for keeping mementos, and an elastic closure, 
this stylish journal is a traveler’s treasure.



Andrew Martin's Interior Design Review

Few arts are of such compelling and enduring interest as interior design. 
It’s a field in which just about all of us participate 
at our own personal levels of enthusiasm and competence.
Andrew Martin is one of the world’s best known furnishing brands 
and the Andrew Martin Interior Design Review is the definitive chronicle 
for the most recognized interior designers.
This generously illustrated overview with more than 1,000 images 
showcases almost a hundred of the top design professionals worldwide, 
displaying their captivating, original designs. 

A range of fine interiors from public and private spaces highlight the 
most innovative and accomplished schemes in a wide array of styles and moods, 
ranging from classical and formal to modern and easy-going.



Fortuny by Brian D. Coleman

"Faithfully antique but markedly original" 
so Marcel Proust describes the fabrics and clothes of Mariano Fortuny,
summarising the essence of his work in this revealing phrase.

With these five words Proust defined the foundation of Fortuny's creations, 
not only as a designer of fabrics and clothes 
but of all his vast work as an amazingly talented  painter, engraver, sculptor, 
photographer, set designer, lighting engineer, 
furniture and lamp designer and inventor.

Manufactured in Venice, Italy, textiles by Fortuny 
have carried the standard of quality and excellence for a hundred years. 
The sumptuous art of Fortuny textiles has been decorating 
old world and new world homes for generations.

 Through luscious photographs and vivid descriptions, 
we can almost feel the weave and smell the dyes. 
Contemporary modern condos, elegant historic homes, 
and metropolitan apartments 
all wear Fortuny in luxurious high style.



The House Gardener by Isabelle Palmer

Small-space gardening expert Isabelle Palmer presents more than 
60 innovative and uber stylish ideas for creating indoor gardens.

From terrariums and growing under glass …
to hanging gardens and vertical planting.
From recycling unusual containers…
 to creating indoor water gardens.

Full of inspiration and practical techniques, 
The House Gardener allows everyone to enjoy 
the benefits and beauty of a garden indoors.



Hare + Klein

"In an interior, a balance of casual living and aesthetic sophistocation 
can be hard to get right" says David Clark, 
who together with Interior Designer Meryl Hare, 
gives us an insiders look into the interior design world of Hare + Klein
 in this fabulous coffee table book.