Aimed at all of us who dream of injecting glamour and style into our personal spaces, New Paris Style offers an exclusive insight into Parisian creativity with hundreds of inspiring ideas to apply to our own homes. Twenty-seven houses have been specially photographed and are arranged by location—from the elevated bohemianism of the Left Bank to the edgier Belleville—to reflect the cosmopolitan melting pot that influences design trends in the world’s most stylish city. Whether in a Haussman apartment on one of the grands boulevards or an hôtel particulier in the Marais, a new wave of lively Parisians infuses bright ideas into an eclectic range of highly individualistic and inspirational interiors. The homes featured include those of creative director Jean-Christophe Aumas, interior designers Pierre Yovanovitch and Florence Baudoux, fashion designer Corrado de Biase, jewelry designer Martha Bedoya, antiques dealer Florence Lopez, product designers Ora-Ito and Victoria Wilmotte, illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme, and actor Marc Lavoine.
This is all about le bon chic, often at its best in Paris in the mostly unseen corners, high up where creatives live. It is graphic, inventive, personal …
— Vogue Living Australia
It’s an absolutely intoxicating blend of twenty-seven properties.
This chic new book offers plenty of style inspiration for those seeking to inject a little more glamour into their homes.
— France Magazine
Those interested in viewing current European interior design trends as well as discovering the young style makers of Paris will be well served by this book.
— Library Journal
For the Francophile …Blends classic and modern design.
— The Arizona Republic
Chronicles how the city's creative class lives…The book offers a satisfyingly voyeuristic look into 27 pied-à-terres, houses, lofts, and ateliers.
Danielle Miller is a style and interiors writer based in the south of France.
Richard Powers is a photographer specializing in interiors, architecture, and the built environment. His books include The Iconic Interior, Beyond Bawa, and New Paris Style.