Nothing's better than a good book on a rainy day. Here what's on our reading list this fall. We can't wait to get cozy with these titles.
Marilynne Robinson's new book Lila is an unforgettable story of a girlhood lived on the fringes of society in fear, awe, and wonder. And if you haven't read her second book, Gilead it's a favourite.
We definitely have a soft spot for the charming and brilliant Lena Dunham and can't wait to laugh, cry and cringe while reading the essays based on her life. P.S. Have you seen these adorable "Ask Lena" videos that she did? Watch them here.
Tana French has come out with another nail biting mystery - we're not ashamed to say we've read every single one of her books. They are total page turners.
A book of essays on feminism that playfully crosses the borders between pop culture consumer and critic, between serious academic and lighthearted sister-girl, between despair and optimism, between good and bad. You in? So are we.
We picked up a copy of this beautiful book at the Rachel Comey store in New York and haven't put it down yet. Through original interviews, conversations, surveys, and drawings from various contributors – including Miranda July, Cindy Sherman, Lena Dunham and Rachel Comey – Women in Clothes explores the wide range of motives that inform how women present themselves through clothes, and what style really means.