mercoledì 2 dicembre 2009

Vintage L.A.

In a few words, I bought an amazing book and I'm totally sure this will be a perfect Christmas present for any vintage and travels addicted.

I always looked at travel guides as wishlists more than practical books. A way to escape from reality in a certain way: in a cold winter afternoon when you lay on your coach with flu and sore throat, you can always imagine to travel to your favorite spots feeling great with a warm sun kissing your skin!
So it doesn't matter if I'm a million green counties from sunny California and I'm not currently planning any trip to L.A. (any trip anywhere indeed...), I'm totally hooked on this book!

Vintage L.A. is an amazing guide to every amazing vintage spots - boutiques, decor, landmarks, markets & more - in this amazing city. A guided tour of a glittery town, home of oh so many marvellous stories.

Featuring gorgeous, gorgeous pictures and interviews to cool Angelenos (Mark Ryden too!!), this guide will take you from Westside to Hollywood, from the Valley to Beverly Hills to L.A. sadly lost vintage landmarks. It's a book full of colors and fascinating old school stories. Definitely my thing!

The author, the L.A. native and lifelong resident and former Elle Girl columnist Jennifer Brandt Taylor - a super cool and stylish redhaired girl, by the way - has relocated to New York City where she's working on her next book, Vintage New York. And I can't wait for this one too!!

You can browse inside the book here.

10 commenti:

L'armadio del delitto ha detto...

Le foto sembrano stupende! Ecco infatti il genere di libro che vorrei avere per passare la serata!

Anonimo ha detto...

That book looks amazing I think I might have to ask Father Christmas for one!

Polly x

Rebecca, The Clothes Horse ha detto...

It's definitely the sort of wishlist I could covet...these type of things are like a little escape.

Whimsy Being ha detto...

this would make my shopping life so much easier! thanks for sharing!

Dotti ha detto...

I love that idea! And you just mada me thinking... Why not do a project like thet, too?

By the way, Anna, I've tagged you. Please don't be mad at me.

sterndal ha detto...

hi there

great post, thanks for sharing

would you like to exchange links with me?

thank you so much for considering


Dotti ha detto...

Oh Anna, I'm so sorry. I forgot to translate. Now I did! Good night.

Love, Dotti

Greetz from Tiz ha detto...

super interessante!!xxx

CC ha detto...

That look so lovely!

PS - I have a great giveaway on my blog. Don't forget to sign up! :)

Jessica Cangiano ha detto...

What a deeply fascinating looking book, I would love to see more cities featured in such vintage themed tomes, too. Amazing find, sweetie, thank you for sharing!

Big hugs,
♥ Jessica