Cosy: The British Art of Comfort
|Médium / forma:||Tištěná kniha|
|Rozměr:||13,2 x 20,3 cm|
'The slackers guide to staying in, the antidote to peak frazzle and spending too much time out on the razzle. It's time to tune in to being cosy, because tucking up inside with the ones you love is all that matters.' Laura Weir There seems to be a lot to worry about in the world right now, with Brexit looming, social media draining our time and anxiety on the rise, the public are seeking out value in the small things which are close to home that can bring us maximum simple joy in our daily lives. In this hug of a book, Laura Weir celebrates the very best of our cool and quirky traditions and habits and rituals with a big dose of comfort - think warm cups of tea, toasty open fires and windswept walks that will blow away the cobwebs. Cosy gives readers permission to batten down the hatches and switch off - it is an ode to tucking in, hunkering down and softening life's edges when we need it most. Includes illustrations by Rose Electra Harris, as well as cosy contributions from the likes of Dolly Alderton, Alice Temperley and Christoper Kane. 'A warm, generous, blanket of a book, to reach for whenever you need a dose of comfort.' Sophie Dahl 'As someone who has spent the majority of their adult life hunkered down in a big jumper, dodging reasons to leave the house, Cosy is the official justification for not going out.' Alice Levine Book Description The Book of Cosy is a celebratory guide to living your cosiest life in true British style, what it stands for and why it is more important than ever. About the Author Laura Weir is the Editor of London's lifestyle ES Magazine, which reaches 1.5 million readers every week. She is a daily columnist for the Evening Standard and formally of British Vogue and The Sunday Times. She is Co-Founder of We Are Moody and Member of the British Fashion Council Press Committee.