A vintage-style collection of essays from the world’s best sellers has been revealed by Carol’s Boutiques, a boutique that caters to the fashion-forward in every generation.
The new collection is the first of its kind in the US, and features essays from such fashion luminaries as Gwyneth Paltrow, Diane von Furstenberg, and Marielle Heller, as well as fashion icons like Victoria Beckham, Cara Delevingne, and more.
The collection, which was curated by Lila Farrow, features an assortment of original work by a number of the women who have inspired it, including Paltrows, Heller, and Eva Gabor, as The Cut points out.
The women featured include Gabor (who was featured in the title of this article), Paltrovsky, and Farrow.
The book’s cover, which is adorned with the iconic pink lace and gold lace, features the words “Carol’s Boutique.”
The full collection, titled “Women: Fashion in the Modern Era,” is scheduled to go on sale at Carole’s Boutiquets on March 25, and will include a special edition of the book with new essays, plus a special, limited edition edition of a handwritten handbill that features Paltrovksy.
The handbill was sent to Carole Farrow after she received word from Farrow’s agent that it would be on sale, The Cut reports.
The Handbill was not a gift, but a request from Carole for an exclusive interview with Carol Farrow and her collection, according to Farrow herself.
Carol’s Bunchique is also known for its curated collections by artists like Cara, Lila, and other women whose work is featured on the book.
Carole has a history of writing and publishing creative works for women, and the collection is a new addition to that portfolio.
The catalog is the latest addition to Carol Fowlers creative legacy.
The former model, author, and philanthropist died in March, and her works, such as “Sara” and “My Little Sister,” have been honored by the Library of Congress and other institutions across the country.
In 2017, Carol published a collection of poetry titled “The Women of New York,” and this fall, she released a book about her life called “The End of the World.”