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Gypset living / Julia Chaplin.

By: Chaplin, Julia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Gypset ; 3.Publisher: New York, New York : Assouline, 2014Description: 173 pages : chiefly colour illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1614282110; 9781614282112.Subject(s): Interior decoration -- Social aspects | Clothing and dress -- Social aspects | Lifestyles | Bohemianism | Style (Philosophy)
Contents:
Bamboo revolution: Bali, Indonesia -- Basque surf charm: Guéthary, France -- Exotic elegance: Marrakech, Morocco -- Island laze: Hyndra, Greece -- Decadent dreamscape: Cuixmala, Mexico -- Summer camp luxe: the Springs, USA -- On-the-road: Wild Belle -- Communal compound: Topanga canyon, USA -- Off-the-grid utopia: Maui, USA -- Nomad chic: Mongolia.
Summary: In her third book for Assouline, Julia Chaplin explores the living spaces of gypsy jet setters around the world, from Hydra in Greece to the Guéthary in France; from Cuixmala, Mexico, to Paia, Hawaii; and beyond to the Indonesian isles. Through stunning photography and first-person stories, Gypset Living opens the door to the fascinating and dazzling homes and haunts of the bohemian artists, designers, and bons vivants known as the gypset.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Jet Set + Gypsy = Gypset "Gypsetters are semi-nomadic by definition, so their homesteads tend toward the portable and makeshift. But in this book you will discover that a yurt or a tepee can be more stylish than a penthouse apartment or a Roman Palazzo, if not more so." Julia Chaplin In her third book for Assouline, Julia Chaplin explores the living spaces of gypsy jet setters around the world, from Hydra in Greece to the Guethary in France; from Cuixmala, Mexico, to Pa'ia, Hawaii; and beyond to the Indonesian isles. Through stunning photography and first-person stories, 'Gypset Living' opens the door to the fascinating and dazzling homes and haunts of the bohemian artists, designers, and bons vivants known as the gypset. AUTHOR: Julia Chaplin is a New York-based journalist and editor who covers art, style, and travel. She is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, W, and Travel + Leisure. The author of 'Gypset Style' (2009), 'Gypset Travel '(2012) and 'Gypset Living' (2014), she also founded the clothing brand Gypset, and the web site Gypset.com. 190 illustrations

Series statement from cover.

"Gypsy + Jet set = Gypset"--Jacket.

Bamboo revolution: Bali, Indonesia -- Basque surf charm: Guéthary, France -- Exotic elegance: Marrakech, Morocco -- Island laze: Hyndra, Greece -- Decadent dreamscape: Cuixmala, Mexico -- Summer camp luxe: the Springs, USA -- On-the-road: Wild Belle -- Communal compound: Topanga canyon, USA -- Off-the-grid utopia: Maui, USA -- Nomad chic: Mongolia.

In her third book for Assouline, Julia Chaplin explores the living spaces of gypsy jet setters around the world, from Hydra in Greece to the Guéthary in France; from Cuixmala, Mexico, to Paia, Hawaii; and beyond to the Indonesian isles. Through stunning photography and first-person stories, Gypset Living opens the door to the fascinating and dazzling homes and haunts of the bohemian artists, designers, and bons vivants known as the gypset.