From the Back Cover
New York, possibly the world’s most vibrant and energizing city, abounds with a wide range of shops, spots and restaurants—an abundance of riches, but where to start? This fully illustrated guide presents the personal favorites of top interior stylist Sibella Court. Cleverly arranged into loops of interest such as “Jewelry & Hardware,” “Haberdashery & Handmade” and “Furniture & Interiors,” The Stylist’s Guide to NYC takes the first-time visitor—or long-time resident—on surprising and beguiling journeys,
uncovering traditional merchants and hidden sanctuaries as well as some of the coolest spots in town.
This collection of stores, services, galleries, markets, and places to eat also contains city survival tips, maps, and comprehensive indexes. With an idiosyncratic and impeccable eye, Court celebrates the beautiful, the curious and the unexpected, making this an indispensible accessory for anyone visiting, working or living in New York. Includes foldout map plus two pockets for souvenir tickets, cards and more.
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About the Author
After establishing herself as an interior stylist in Australian lifestyle publications, Sibella Court moved to New York in 1999. She built a career in the US over nine years, working on advertising campaigns for Jo Malone, Bergdorf Goodman and Brocade home, and was a regular contributor to magazines including Travel & Leisure, Town & Country, US Vogue Living and House & Garden. She returned home in 2008 and opened The Society Inc, an old haberdashery meets hardware store specialising in local and global textiles, furniture, homewares and beautiful things. Sibella is the Interiors Editor of Harpers Bazaar and Grazia magazines, designs paint ranges quarterly with Murobond Paints and was recently a judge on the interior design TV show Homemade. Etcetera won Best Designed Book and Best Designed General Illustrated Book at the APA Annual Design Awards 2010.