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Assouline 'St Tropez Soleil'

'St Tropez Soleil'

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An idyllic locale, famous worldwide for its beaches, perfect climate and jet set appeal, the French Riviera town of St Tropez has long been synonymous with glitz and glamour. Pulling in movie stars, world-renowned artists and distinguished writers for more than a century, the small town continues to retain its many charms, all of which are explored in Assouline's 'St Tropez Soleil', a stunning 300-page book accompanied by over 200 illustrations. Taking the reader on a journey that shows how the town grew from a chic hangout for notable writers like Françoise Sagan, and world renowned artists such as Henri Matisse, to a magnet for the rich and famous, 'St Tropez Soleil' is an impressive anthology of the locale's storied past and ever-evolving present. Author Simon Liberati — an award-winning French writer and journalist — welcomes readers into an exclusive world where 'white parties' abound, Chanel fashion shows are hosted and annual events such as Les Bravades and the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez keep visitors coming back for more.
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An idyllic locale, famous worldwide for its beaches, perfect climate and jet set appeal, the French Riviera town of St Tropez has long been synonymous with glitz and glamour. Pulling in movie stars, world-renowned artists and distinguished writers for more than a century, the small town continues to retain its many charms, all of which are explored in Assouline's 'St Tropez Soleil', a stunning 300-page book accompanied by over 200 illustrations. Taking the reader on a journey that shows how the town grew from a chic hangout for notable writers like Françoise Sagan, and world renowned artists such as Henri Matisse, to a magnet for the rich and famous, 'St Tropez Soleil' is an impressive anthology of the locale's storied past and ever-evolving present. Author Simon Liberati — an award-winning French writer and journalist — welcomes readers into an exclusive world where 'white parties' abound, Chanel fashion shows are hosted and annual events such as Les Bravades and the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez keep visitors coming back for more.
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FRANKBROS says
An idyllic locale, famous worldwide for its beaches, perfect climate and jet set appeal, the French Riviera town of St Tropez has long been synonymous with glitz and glamour. Pulling in movie stars, world-renowned artists and distinguished writers for more than a century, the small town continues to retain its many charms, all of which are explored in Assouline's 'St Tropez Soleil', a stunning 300-page book accompanied by over 200 illustrations. Taking the reader on a journey that shows how the town grew from a chic hangout for notable writers like Françoise Sagan, and world renowned artists such as Henri Matisse, to a magnet for the rich and famous, 'St Tropez Soleil' is an impressive anthology of the locale's storied past and ever-evolving present. Author Simon Liberati — an award-winning French writer and journalist — welcomes readers into an exclusive world where 'white parties' abound, Chanel fashion shows are hosted and annual events such as Les Bravades and the Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez keep visitors coming back for more.
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Width 250mm
Length 330mm
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Technical
Paper
Width 250mm
Length 330mm
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