The Azzedine Alaïa Association and Carla Sozzani have teamed up to open a bookstore in Paris. The books featured will include those of the couturier’s legacy, fashion and photography.
“Everything is unique, one-off, or very rare, difficult to find,” Sozzani told WWD. “It makes the place a destination and also gives a sense to the bookshop, because Azzedine was a collector. It’s nice to have a bookshop where young people can come and pick up something inexpensive, and where collectors can come and find something special.”
Sozzani also shared how Alaïa had “treasures” in his apartment – books no one else had. We enjoy a bookstore, and this one looks to be one we must visit.
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