A book gives us a peek inside the private world and wardrobes of 43 fashion leaders

Light, airy living-rooms, splendid sculptures, pricey paintings, amazing views, valuable little knick-knacks and above all, lots and lots of accessories: particularly shoes and bags, largely made by Italian brands.
These are the apartments, houses and holiday homes of some of the world’s most important fashion celebrities: designers, models, journalists and influencers who have opened their homes and shown some of their favourite objects to the The Coveteur, an online magazine set up in 2011 dedicated to exploring the homes and closets of celebrities – a sort of trait d’union between interior design, advice on style and voyeurism (in a good sense) into the lives of vips.

272 pages, 500 photos, 43 celebrities featured, including Angela Missoni and Carla Sozzani

Over the past few years the site has entered the homes of literally dozens of well-known personalities, and some of the most interesting, together with some ad hoc reportage, have been collected in a book entitled The Coveteur – private spaces, personal style, published a few months ago.

From Cindy Crawford and her incredible collection of shoes (including some made by Gianvito Rossi and Valentino) to “our very own” Carla Sozzani.

From Giuseppe Zanotti shoes (to be found in the closet of the Los Angeles jewellery designer Kristen Noel Crawley) to the elegance of Angela Missoni.