Albertine Team | December 8, 2022
For the fashion lovers on your list, this holiday season is chock-full of delight! From the treasures of Pierre Cardin to a new edition of Edmonde Charles-Roux's Le Temps Chanel, to the deep connections between Yves Saint Laurent and the art world to Fairer's archives on Karl Largerfeld's time at Chanel. Browse all these picks in the list below!
For the fashion lovers on your list, this holiday season is chock-full of delight! From the treasures of Pierre Cardin to a new edition of Edmonde Charles-Roux's Le Temps Chanel, to the deep connections between Yves Saint Laurent and the art world to Fairer's archives on Karl Largerfeld's time at…
For the fashion lovers on your list, this holiday season is chock-full of delight! From the treasures of Pierre Cardin…
Albertine Team | December 7, 2022
The Holidays are the best season to spend hours on the couch, reading stories to your little ones. We've made the selection below with exactly that in mind, all you have to do is take your pick!
The Holidays are the best season to spend hours on the couch, reading stories to your little ones. We've made the selection below with exactly that in mind, all you have to do is take your pick!
The Holidays are the best season to spend hours on the couch, reading stories to your little ones. We've made…
Albertine Team | December 6, 2022
Wondering what might please the budding photographers on your list? Look no further, here are some of the most exciting new photography books out this year!
Wondering what might please the budding photographers on your list? Look no further, here are some of the most exciting new photography books out this year!
Wondering what might please the budding photographers on your list? Look no further, here are some of the most exciting…
Miriam Bridenne | December 6, 2022
Here's a selection of classic and new art books to keep the creative spark of your loved ones alive.
Here's a selection of classic and new art books to keep the creative spark of your loved ones alive.
Here's a selection of classic and new art books to keep the creative spark of your loved ones alive.
Albertine Team | November 10, 2022
The fact that these novels (and memoir)  have been ignored by this season of literary awards doesn't change anything to how much we've enjoyed reading them.
The fact that these novels (and memoir)  have been ignored by this season of literary awards doesn't change anything to how much we've enjoyed reading them.
The fact that these novels (and memoir)  have been ignored by this season of literary awards doesn't change anything to…
Albertine Team | November 10, 2022
This season, we've read a series of bold and remarkable fiction by women novelists.
This season, we've read a series of bold and remarkable fiction by women novelists.
This season, we've read a series of bold and remarkable fiction by women novelists.
Miriam Bridenne | November 9, 2022
Nadia Yala Kisukidi builds on the tradition of magic realism, of the adventure novel, and of poetry and puts into light how one can escape social violence, refuse to let oneself be determined by it, and invent a form of resistance.
Nadia Yala Kisukidi builds on the tradition of magic realism, of the adventure novel, and of poetry and puts into light how one can escape social violence, refuse to let oneself be determined by it, and invent a form of resistance.
Nadia Yala Kisukidi builds on the tradition of magic realism, of the adventure novel, and of poetry and puts into…
Miriam Bridenne | November 7, 2022
Jane Sautière’s memories are experienced both individually and collectively. Her personal story meets our common one, and it is at their junction that the story is maintained. From there, it observes, absorbs, and “confronts aging, what is collapsing, to see in the imprescriptible original forms.”
Jane Sautière’s memories are experienced both individually and collectively. Her personal story meets our common one, and it is at their junction that the story is maintained. From there, it observes, absorbs, and “confronts aging, what is collapsing, to see in the imprescriptible original forms.”
Jane Sautière’s memories are experienced both individually and collectively. Her personal story meets our common one, and it is at…
Angelica So | November 2, 2022
Part autofiction and part social commentary, Jestin transforms the discothèque into a microcosm of a degenerating society void of meaningful human interaction. L’homme qui danse is a timely read for this year’s rentrée littéraire, as we deal with our own isolation and FOMO (“fear of missing out”) during the pandemic time warp.
Part autofiction and part social commentary, Jestin transforms the discothèque into a microcosm of a degenerating society void of meaningful human interaction. L’homme qui danse is a timely read for this year’s rentrée littéraire, as we deal with our own isolation and FOMO (“fear of missing out”) during the pandemic…
Part autofiction and part social commentary, Jestin transforms the discothèque into a microcosm of a degenerating society void of meaningful…
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