Fine cloth copy in an equally fine dw. Particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and especially sharp-cornered. Literally as new and still in the publisher’s protective shrink-wrap.; 8vo 8″ – 9″ tall; 190 pages; Physical desc.: 190 p. : col. ill., col. ports. ; 33 cm. Subject: Becker, Jonathan. Socialites –Great Britain –Portraits –Biography –Portraits. Brooke de Ocampo invites us back into the homes of Bright Young Things, only this time she opens the doors to London’s most stylish and enterprising trendsetters. Bright Young Things London is the highly anticipated follow-up to the successful New York edition. This lush, elegant book is an enthralling journey through the homes of the most envied and emulated residents of one of the world’s most envied and emulated residents of one of the world’s most exciting cities. Step inside the fabulous lives of 40 architects, artists, designers, and writers to discover why they embody everything London is known for: wit, cutting-edge style, and glamour. Along with elegant photographs by Vanity Fair photographer Jonathan Becker are intimate anecdotes written by the people who know these bright young things best: Claus von Bulow writes about his daughter Cosima; Ewan and Eve MacGregor rave about the home David Adjaye designed for them; Michael Kors fawns over his muse, Kim Hersov; and Paul Smith writes about Robert Violette. Bright Young Things London captures the spirit of the city while paying tribute to its international influences. It is just as addictive in London as it was in New York.