by English Muse

I admit it: I’m a textile junkie. I keep fabrics, large and small, stacked in clear boxes. So I was excited to discover that Virago Modern Classics has again teamed up with textile designers to create covers for another set of modern classics. (Including one of my favorites, The Dud Avocado by Elaine Dundy.)
The designers include: Eley Kishimoto
, Lucienne Day
, Florence Broadhurst
, Angie Lewin for Liberty 
and Neisha Crosland. They’re available now from UK booksellers. More info here.


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6 Responses to “Textile Covers on Classic Books”

  1. Anna Mavromatis says:

    These are GLORIOUS!
    I want them all!!!

  2. Ta says:

    Look at those rabbits!

  3. gracey says:

    they dressed the books nice! >:)

  4. sami says:

    fabric + books = love!


  5. franticaboutfrances says:

    beautiful designs, books + pretty fabrics, two of my favourite things! xx

  6. Cynthia's Blog says:

    These are great. I love reading on my iPad, but would sure love to hold these beautiful books while I read.


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