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Allegra Hicks: An Eye for Design Hardcover – November 1, 2010
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About the Author
Allegra Hicks is a London-based designer whose line of luxury fashion, homewares, and accessories is sold worldwide in department stores and boutiques as well as in her stores in London and New York. She is well known throughout the world for her unique textile designs, which she uses in her interiors as well as her fashion line.
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Top Customer Reviews
Does my wife think it looks good on the shelf?
It is serving its purpose.
Even rarer is the ability to convey one's design process to other people. Hicks' ability to do this makes the book a treasure for more than just the fabulous patterns and colors.
The book is a treasure and worth buying simply for the many brilliant designs it includes, and even more helpful if you're in a creative visual field and looking for inspiration.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The cover was bent when I received it. I'm sure it will straighten over time out once it's laying flat for a while, but it would have been nice to have received it in better... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lauren Goodsell
The inside lives up to the outside cover....elegant tabletop volume ...so much more on the interior....in depth information about how she designs...a very entertaining readPublished 13 months ago by Terri Myers
I bought this book as an additon to my "book-gallery-wall". The cover is beautiful nad works so well in my home. However, everything on the pages are not as intresting. Read morePublished on August 18, 2013 by TheReader