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Book Review: Farfetch Curates Design

Book Review: Farfetch Curates Design – Farfetch is an innovative online boutique curator that gives shoppers access to over 300 high-end luxury boutiques worldwide. There is no need to go to New York City to shop in Kirna Zabête or to Paris to visit L’Eclaireur; they are accessible anytime online through Farfetch, changing the way the world perceives boutique shopping. Farfetch is not only a trailblazer in fashion, it also curates a lifestyle. Farfetch Curates Design is the second installment of the three-part series showcasing Farfetch boutique owners’ and expert curators’ recommendations for the hottest trends. See also: Made to Measure by Meyer Davis Architecture and Interiors Farfetch Curates Design invites readers on a journey from sumptuous Taj Lake Palace hotel in Udaipur, India, to the workshop-studio-boutique of furniture maker Piet Hein Eek in Eindhoven, Netherlands, to the cutting-edge Taipei Performing Arts Center (still under construction), to boutique owner Linda Dresner’s home in Birmingham, Michigan. Filled with design objects, studios, shops, hotels, and homes, Farfetch Curates Design is a must-have volume for lovers of fashion, travel, and design. London-based, Swedish-born Johanna Agerman Ross is the founder and editor in chief of the biannual design magazine and website Disegno. In her career…

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