Thursday, October 31, 2013

Fall Reading List

It's that time of year when activities slow down a bit and you start looking for things to do inside.  Curling up with a good read is always relaxing.  That's why it is the perfect time to break out the fall must read list.  Check out what Anthro has to say.

The Signature of All Things-“Eat, Pray, Love” author Elizabeth Gilbert is back with a new novel—“a sprawling tale of 19th century botanical exploration”—and we just can’t wait to dig into it.

The Book of Symbols-Attention, history buffs! Taschen’s visual compendium of all things symbology (with a dash of Jungian psychology) is calling your name.

A La Mere de Famille-Truffles and bonbons, anyone? Recreate treats from the famed Parisian confectioner of the same name in your very own kitchen.
The Monocle Guide to Better Living -
Fans of the erudite namesake magazine will love this thinking person’s guide to improving not only yourself, but the world around you.
The Asylum
For the industry-obsessed, Barneys New York’s creative ambassador Simon Doonan’s collection of witty autobiographical essays lift the curtain behind the often fascinating, always wacky world of fashion.

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