The Book Club

Posted on Thursday, December 10th, 2015 at 12:13 pm

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Nothing cements your style status more than a big, fat book taking centre stage on the coffee table.

 What's on your Christmas wish (need) list? If you're like us, you'll have been eyeing up the must-own page-turners that are guaranteed to look good on your table, shelf and everywhere in-between. So what better time than the festive period to put a few hints into action, asking Santa if he can fulfil your coffee table dreams.

Here at 7FAM we've rounded up some of our favourites of the past year. Get ready for a little bit of Grace Coddington, stacked up with Peter Lindbergh for good measure.

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Our favourite red head has re-issued her much-loved book, Grace: Thirty Years Of Fashion At Vogue. Expect a visual feast that documents one of the most revered personalities of the fashion industry. 

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Handpicking the most mouth-watering recipes from Sweden, Norway and Demark, The Nordic Cookbook has the unique ability to make you want to cook and travel at the same time — plus the Swedish gingersnaps are a must for any festive party. 


Something for those with a penchant for astronomy, Find a Fallen Star is the intriguing and insightful book by Regine Petersen that documents the stories of those that have witness or been struck by meteorites hitting the earth. Guaranteed to get you talking over the Christmas dinner table. 


Celebrating of a spectrum of influential ladies, Peter Lindbergh's Images of Women II: 2005—2014 will have you pouring over his black and white imagery of iconic figures including Isabella Rossellini, Monica Bellucci, and Tilda Swinton. 


Nourish your soul with the Eastern-european recipes from Olia Hercules that have been passed down from generation to generation.