Because what girl doesn't want a clutch disguised as a book? These gorgeous, embroidered book clutches by French designer Olympia Le-Tan are handmade and retail for around $1,500 each. For those who like crafty projects, there's a great DIY tutorial you can follow on Curbly . P.S. The...

Miranda Kerr was looking quite literary while hitting the pre-Met party circuit this past weekend, carrying an Olympia Le-Tan Book Clutch of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Last Tycoon. Her entire ensemble is very "sexy couture librarian," don't you think? You can shop Net-a-Porter's own mini...

Olympia Le-Tan has designed a few tongue-in-cheek clutches to catch our attention. Whether it is a bag that is named after a chill pill or a classic novel, Olympia Le-Tan pushes out quirky accessories to get us talking. Of course this clutch is meant to be taken lightly, but I can see some...

quotes. In such short period of time people started to adore her designs, she has the skills, the creativity and inspiration in making exotic pieces. Anna Dello Russo the Queen of street style and Italian Stylist used two of Olympia's bags in her Vogue Nippon editorial that she styled,...

Why read a book when you can wear a book? Way back in 2009, french designer Olympia Le-Tan launched her "You can't judge a book by its cover" collection, consisting of beautifully bound classic literature converted into clutch purses. The novel idea (pun intended) resulted in a...

In 2009, she launched her first "You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover" book clutch collection and "It" girls the world over have been grabbing for her handbags ever since. From Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye to Moravia's L'Amour Coniugale, there is truly something for every book...

In December, we reported that Olympia Le Tan would be taking her signature book cover-esque minaudières to Lancôme for a special Valentine's Day collaboration. The Rouge In Love minaudière ($1,500) is now available for pre-order, complete with 6 lipsticks and 6 nail polishes displayed in a...

Amelia's Compendium of Fashion illustration is certainly a book to be judged by its cover as it showcases a beautiful pearlised cover designed by the Arizona based artist Andrea Peterson. It is evidential that the woman behind this creation holds ethical and global issues close to her heart...

And its covers an inspiration. And that's a fact. xD January Jones Carey Mulligan Kate Moss Eva Mendes Rihanna Interview - Andy Warhol's magazine,has more focus on presenting the point of view of the fashion elite. Artistic as his creator and still Oh!So inspiring! Oh!So...

i am OTHER: StereoTypes "Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover" i am OTHER is back with the latest installment of the funny and eye-opening StereoTypes. Titled "Don't Judge a Book By Its Cover" this latest episode sees host Ryan Hall walk the streets asking bystanders about their thoughts on...

 

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