Internationally renowned stylist Sibella Court is a gypsy at heart, spending much of her time on the road, tinkering, travelling ancient trade routes and fossicking for treasure.
In her latest book, Gypsy, be inspired by the softly painted buildings of Ecuador and Galapagos; the moody highlands of Scotland; the wild woods of Transylvania; the Iznik tiles of Turkey; and the ancient tranquility of Indochine.
Gypsy is a sumptuous stylist's guide featuring Sibella's unforgettable interiors that will inspire you to interpret faraway lands in your very own styling. Featuring Sibella's favourite sources, trade secrets and suppliers, Gypsy also shows you how to create your own colour palettes from what you have around you or from found treasures, and through simple, practical and surprising ways shows you how to use those palettes to create interiors layered with stories, experiences and meanings.
After living and working in New York styling and concepting for the likes of retail giants Bergdorf Goodman, Jo Malone, Donna Karan, Bloomingdale's, West Elm, Saks Fifth Avenue as well as publications Gourmet, Marie Claire and Vogue Living, Sibella returned to Sydney in December, 2008 and in May, 2009 opened her store in Paddington, The Society Inc, a home to hardware and haberdashery and a treasure trove of oddities and curiosities collected whilst globetrotting and adventuring into terrains less trodden.
About the Author
Sibella Court is an interior stylist and creative director, owner of The Society Inc. store and author of bestselling and award-winning books Etcetera, The Stylist's Guide to NYC, Nomad and Bowerbird. Sibella claims to be part Gypsy, part Pirate; a theory yet to be disproved.