Inspiring and aesthetically pleasing, these coffee table books add a stylish spark to your home

If your coffee table is looking rather bare, or you simply want to refresh your current stack, take time to peruse our curated selection of this year’s most alluring coffee table books below.

Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice
Celebrating the feminist spirit that Maria Grazia Chiuri has brought to the house of Christian Dior, this exquisite new coffee table book combines photography and essays by a number of incredible women to offer a picture of how the historical brand has embraced innovation to grow and evolve into a new era. 

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Abloh-isms by Virgil Abloh
Capturing the enigmatic nature of trailblazing American creative director, DJ, designer and stylist, Virgil Abloh, this coffee table tome is a collection of quotes that offer thought-provoking insight into his uniquely creative mind.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude: The Floating Piers
In light of Christo’s death last year, this special edition, designed and signed by the artist himself carries new weight. Christo, in his own words, runs through the creation of his and Jeanne-Claude’s iconic 16-day installation, The Floating Piers via sketches, collages, engineering drawings, technical data and more than 2,000 project photographs.

Nike: Better is Temporary
Offering an unprecedented look at Nike’s internal design philosophy via a range of the brand’s industry-defining innovations, most recognisable products and never-before-seen prototypes and designs, this book shines a light on how a shoe brand evolved into a cultural phenomenon. 


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