Posts Tagged ‘books’


April 28, 2011

I really like Tote Bags. I bought one of Alphabet Bags in London last March and get one at We Like Fashion in April. If you want to start a collection you have a lot of choice. Take a look inside the Tote Bag Book and you’ll find all kind of bags you like to have. Almost all of them carry a message like ‘buy me a drink’. And they are decorated beautifully. Price: 23 euro.

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February 14, 2011

Oh my God… I try to save for a Jerome Dreyfuss bag but now Design Hotels comes with two books I have to have. Take a look at their cover. Beautiful design. Simple with a good typography. And then the cardboard case (only for the limited edition books). Inside the Green One you will find all of the 200 Design Hotels. I have their 2010 book and it’s the perfect start of a sunday morning (thinking of where to go next). Inside the Illustration Cover you will find the behind the scenes stories of all the creators, architects and other driving forces behind the hotels we love so much. Thank God, my Birthday is coming up…

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January 16, 2011

3 reasons to go here:

  1. If you love books – this is one of the best designed book stores in the world.
  2. If you love the old Fiat 500 –  just like Merci in Paris.
  3. If you like to combine a good book and food.

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December 13, 2010

3 reasons to go there:

  1. If you’re a health freak – they sell everything for a healthy body. From supplements to cosmetics.
  2. If you like healthy books – they have their own pretty little library.
  3. If you like to see trees growing through their white interior.

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November 10, 2010

The price for the most beautiful book store in the world goes to Selexyz Dominicanen. Because it’s located in a former church. If your in Maastricht you really have to check it out. It will overwhelm you. Next to the books and magazines there’s a Coffeelovers corner where you can drink a cup of coffee.

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July 28, 2010

Most striking feature:

The absolute paradise for gifts. For yourself (I bought this tiny little letters for my bedroom for 12,50 euro) and for others. For example: I have a friend who loves fashion and now I’ve found the perfect gift: a book called Fashionary. It’s a sort of Moleskine but on every page there’s a female figure. The only thing you need to do is draw them a nice little outfit. So you become a fashion designer yourself (price: 25 euro). I also spotted cool cushions, jewelry and clothes. Must visit while you’re in Amsterdam.

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Have you been here? What was your most striking feature?