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The Best Fashion, Art, and Photography Coffee Table Books of 2022

Just because the holidays are coming to an end does not mean you can’t get started on your 2022 gift list. Next year promises Diane Keaton’s own photography, large-format chronicles of haute couture fashion houses, and Harry Styles trivia. Below, we’ve gathered a collection of the most anticipated art, fashion, and photography coffee table books that are sure to be a big hit in anyone’s home.

Saved

By Diane Keaton

The actress Diane Keaton has taken her own saved and found photographs and culled them to create a visual autobiography of sorts. Along with her personal collections, photographs she snapped, and musings, Saved is an homage to movies—as only Keaton can tell it.

The Fendi Set: From Bloomsbury to Borghese

Photography by Nikolai Von Bismarck, Text by Kim Jones

Fendi creative director Kim Jones often feels an affinity toward counterculture—and draws inspiration from those tribes, too. This book explores

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How Meghan Markle’s Fashion Has Evolved Since Moving to the States

Meghan Markle’s style is ever-evolving! The 40-year-old’s wardrobe has majorly transformed since she rose to fame in the 2010s — but that’s not to say it doesn’t continue to do so today.

Since she and husband Prince Harry stepped down from their royal duties in January 2020, the mom of two’s style has transformed yet again, albeit quietly. To prove it, Us Weekly spoke with Eloise Moran, royal fashion expert and author of The Lady Di Look Book (available for pre-order now).

“We’ve kind of seen her ditch the classic tropes of what it means to be in the Royal family,” Moran exclusively tells Us, noting that a reason for this is because the star no longer has to abide by fashion rules like strict hemline lengths.

How Meghan Markle Has Ditched Classic Tropes of Royal Fashion
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“She obviously has this California Montecito, rich mom thing going on when she’s in California,” she says,

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Great Outfits in Fashion History, All Star Edition: Dakota Johnson

She’s rarely made a red carpet appearance that hasn’t immediately sent the fashion world into a tizzy — ourselves at Fashionista included.

There are perfectly good celebrity style moments, and then there are the looks that really stick with you, the ones you try desperately to recreate at home. In ‘Great Outfits in Fashion History: All-Star Edition‘ Fashionista editors are revisiting their all-time favorite lewks from the stylish stars who make regular appearances on best-dressed lists.

There has rarely been a red carpet appearance from Dakota Johnson that hasn’t immediately sent the fashion world into a tizzy, ourselves at Fashionista included. Sure, it really helps that she works with top stylist Kate Young on all her best-dressed-making looks, but she also possesses a level of self-assuredness that means she can pull off any style, running the gamut from a casual denim situation all the way to a

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Why the Fashion Set Is Going All-In on Designing for Home

“We’re applying the same skill set of fashion to furniture design,” Oliver says, “There are different logistics to shipping a dining table than a blouse, but 12 years of operations has us troubleshooting every possible outcome.”

Beverly Nguyen standing in her shop inside the Nordstrom flagship in New York City.

Photo: Sean Davidson

Arjé is only one of many fashion industry alums flexing their style sense into the home. Beverly Nguyen, the founder of Beverly’s, now parlays years of styling Hollywood clients for the red carpet into running homeware shops at Rockefeller Center and the recently-opened Nordstrom Home in New York City. “I coordinate editorial shoots with 900 pieces for a 10-page story,” she says. “That’s a time-management skill I use to switch modes into home shipping, sourcing, and delegating.” Like the Corrals, Nguyen emphasizes her world of fashion coexists with and depends upon the spaces she curates. But

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