Gypsetters are artists, designers, and bon vivants who live and work around the globe. Wanderlust meets the height of sophistication as New York Times journalist Julia Chaplin explores the unconventional lives of these high-low cultural nomads and the bohemian enclaves they inhabit. In addition to Jade Jagger, Damien Hirst, and Alice Temperly, the Gypsetters’ counterculture forebears, including the Victorian explorers, the Lost Generation, the Beatniks, and the hippies, are all profiled. About the Author Julia Chaplin is a New York based journalist and editor who covers contemporary art, fashion, design, lifestyle, and travel. She is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, Elle, Vogue, Wallpaper, New York magazine, and Conde Nast Traveler.   via Boca do Lobo

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Interior Design

Home Rules Book

Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love “Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love” is the manifesto. And who does it is Nate Berkus, a successful american interior designer and regular contributoron The Oprah Winfrey Show, that even had his own TV show. His 2005 book- Home Rules: Transform the Place You Live Into a Place You’ll Love– is a step by step guide that will help you having a lovely home, decorated your own way. I must confess that I love this book. It will never get old or out of style. And why do I think that? Well, because this book have the personal touch and style of the autor, of course, but it is only a guide that will certainly help you having your own ideas, and getting your own especial space. This book emerged by Nate’s belief that everyone should love the way they live. I agree. That’s why I would strongly recommend it. See more at

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