10 of the best fashion books guaranteed to add some serious style to your coffee table

best fashion coffee table books


As all interior enthusiasts know, a coffee table is never purely 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 main role by far is that of showing off our most fantastic books – bought for the sole purpose of their contribution to a handsome ‘shelfie’.

A well-chosen selection of coffee table books can make U.S also look particularly good and subtly show our interests for all guests to see – so it’s only right that a fashion lover’s coffee table is piled high with the most stylish books around. From visual histories of the leading designers and archival images for everyday style inspiration to catalogs of the greatest fashion photographers of our generation, this is SHE UK‘s choice of the best fashion coffee table books to buy now and display with pride forever.

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Was £200.00

Now £100.00

This glorious tribute to Pucci is rich in bright colours, fanciful prints and the infectiousness of the cult Italian brand joie de vivre† In addition, each book is bound with an original fabric from the Pucci collection, making it a true work of art.


Peter Lindbergh: about 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 youthful 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 wider culture.


Her Dior: the new voice of Maria Grazia Chiuri

Maria Grazia Chiuri’s recently published coffee table book features carefully selected photos from 33 female photographers with whom she has collaborated since joining Dior in 2016.

Was £60.00

Now £41.99

American photographer Slim Aarons once claimed, “I wasn’t into fashion. I put the people in their clothes that became the fashion’. And yet his glamorous photographs of high society and playing aristocrats have been a source of style inspiration for decades.


Something’s not right: Virgil Abloh, Nike, Icons


Was £60.00

Now £40.00

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


Was £30.00

Now £20.00

Suggestive stories through fashion, editorial and personal photos of the legendary Helmut Newton – all beautifully bound in one indispensable book.

This set of three hardback books spans the rich heritage of the famous Parisian Maison in jewellery, watches, fragrances, beauty and fashion with over 150 illustrations.


Vivienne Westwood: Catwalk

Thames & Hudson


Fashion critic Alexander Fury dives into Vivienne Westwood’s archives full of rebellion

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