We’ve long been wondering what our favorite celebrities’ and fashion influencers’ homes and closets look like, and thanks to Coveteur, we’ve been able to catch a glimpse since 2011. Through their profiles on some of our favorite tastemakers—whether actresses and models or the editors we see taking over our street style feeds every fashion week—the reader gets insider access to the to the subject’s private, rarely seen spaces, starring their favorite clothing, accessories, and other tchotchkes.
Now, you can have the same insider access from your very own coffee table with the site’s first book, The Coveteur: Private Spaces, Personal Style.
Coveteur’s co-founders, Stephanie Mark and Jake Rosenberg, spent almost two years putting the book together. The two curated a mix of original shoots with some of their favorite preexisting content from the website. The book will show you a sneak peek into the worlds of 43 different influencers who are defining what style means today. Rosie Huntington-Whitely (who penned the forward), Karlie Kloss, Miranda Kerr, Christian Louboutin, and Olivier Rousting are just a few of the notable profiles you’ll be able to read in the new book.
“We hope [the readers] will be inspired by the profiles they see, and that they take something away,” says Mark. "Whether it is motivation to start their own business, try out a new way of dressing, or even just [share] admiration for the people we profile, we hope they feel like they have gained something.”
You can purchase the book starting today for $35 on Coveteur, as well as at various boutiques all over the world.
Be warned, you will most definitely experience a bit of closet envy.
Photo courtesy of Coveteur