Six Gift-Worthy Coffee Table Books

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Whether you’re still looking for a gift for the most stylish person on your list, or you want to add a new addition to your  apartment, MOJEH has soured the latest book releases in fashion, beauty and photography — for the perfect coffee table topper. 

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Six photographers captured the iconic Audrey Hepburn at different moments of her life, sharing intimate portraits and behind-the-scenes shots in unique, never-before-seen images. Published by ACC Art Books with an introduction by Terence Pepper, Always Audrey is a delight for any Hepburn fan. 

Peter Lindbergh. Dior

Published by Taschen, Lindbergh’s last book is a two-volume compendium which pays tribute to the partnership between the photographer and Dior. In the first volume 70 years of iconic Dior fashion is recaptured by Lindbergh in the streets of New York. Whilst the second volume looks back on Lindbergh’s legacy. 

Marco x Rankin

Fashion photographer Rankin collaborated with make-up artist Marco Antonio to create a book that challenges society’s perception of beauty. Published by Rankin Photography, the vivid imagery blends Antonio’s pop colour palettes with Rankin’s signature sense of humour. Bold beauty at its finest. 

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Lloyd Ziff’s imagery documents the relationship between Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe during the rebellious ’60s and ’70s in New York. The nostalgic black and white images tell a story of cultural resistance through Smith and Mapplethorpe. Published by NJG.

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The New Black Vanguard
In this book curator and critic Antwaun Sargent explores the transformation taking place in fashion and art today, featuring powerful images from an international community of Black photographers, models, stylists, fashion directors and more. Published by Aperture. 

Palm beach

Published by Assouline, this Insta-worthy coffee table book features the best of Florida’s popular destination Palm Beach, through the eyes of long-time resident Aerin Lauder. From restaurants to houses and shopping spots, the book transports you straight to the sunshine state.