10 Of The Best Fashion Books Guaranteed To Add Serious Style To Your Coffee Table


As all interiors aficionados know, a coffee table is never merely a coffee table. Yes, it can be used as a station for drinks, dinners and even the odd foot on particularly lazy days, but its most important role by far is that of flaunting our most fabulous books – which have been purchased for the sole purpose of their contribution to a good-looking ‘shelfie’.

A well-chosen selection of coffee table books can make us look particularly good too, subtly displaying our interests for all guests to see – so it’s only right that a fashion aficionado’s coffee table should be piled high with all the most stylish tomes out there. From visual histories of the most important designers and archival images for daily style inspo, to catalogs of the biggest fashion photographers of our generation, this is ELLE UK‘s pick of the best fashion coffee table books to buy now and proudly display forever.

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Was £ 200.00

Now £ 100.00

This glorious tribute to Pucci abounds in bright colors, fanciful prints and the cult Italian brand’s infectious joie de vivre. Plus, each book is bound with an original fabric from Pucci’s collection, making it a veritable work of art.


Peter Lindbergh: On Fashion Photography


Was £ 60.00

Now £ 35.00

Any true fashion lover should own this classic tome, featuring some of photographer Peter Lindbergh’s most iconic images.

A fun, colorful and youth-filled insight into one of the most exciting brands of the moment.


The New Black Vanguard: Photography Between Art and Fashion


Was £ 40.00

Now £ 28.22

Fashion critic Antwaun Sargent examines the Black image, language and portrayal on the catwalk, magazines and in wider culture.


Her Dior: Maria Grazia Chiuri’s New Voice

Maria Grazia Chiuri’s recently published coffee table book features hand-selected photos by 33 female photographers who she has collaborated with since joining Dior in 2016.

Was £ 60.00

Now £ 41.99

American photographer Slim Aarons once professed: ‘I did not do fashion. I did the people in their clothes that became the fashion ‘. And yet, his glamorous photos of high society and aristocrats at play have been a source of style inspiration for decades.


Something’s Off: Virgil Abloh, Nike, Icons


Was £ 60.00

Now £ 40.00

A must for streetwear, sportswear and Abloh fans alike – and the lime green will liven up your living room, too.


Was £ 30.00

Now £ 20.00

Suggestive storytelling through fashion, editorial and personal photographs from the legendary Helmut Newton – all beautifully bound in one must-have book.

This set of three hardcover books spans the renowned Parisian Maison’s rich heritage of jewelery, watches, fragrance, beauty and fashion with over 150 illustrations.


Vivienne Westwood: Catwalk

Thames & Hudson

£ 55.00

Fashion critic Alexander Fury delves into Vivienne Westwood’s rebellion-filled archives

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