"Fortunately, the magic of this place has been captured in a new book, "Hotel Il Pellicano"... The book is not only a family album but also a historical document of seaside leisure during three decades of the late 20th century." "Vanity Fair"
"Now a new book from Rizzoli offers a rich photographic chronicle of the property's almost five decade history. "Hotel Il Pellicano" divides the hotel s history into three periods John Swope s images document the hotel's early days from 1964 to 1971 and include an amazing picture of Patsy lazing in the grass with a perfect vintage Fiat behind her and an excavator in the background. Slim Aarons who returned to the hotel every year for 25 years captures Il Pellicano's heyday from 1967 to the early 1990s. Finally Juergen Teller presents the hotel in its current incarnation with a series of portraits of perfectly turned out guests. (Frida Giannini the designer of Gucci is the kind of regular the place attracts now). Collectively the images capture how the glamour of travel has changed but also remains very much the same which could be said of Il Pellicano itself." "Town & Country"
"If April showers have you feeling under the weather, book an escape to the Tuscan coastal village Porto Ercole through the pages of "Hotel Il Pellicano."" "Metrosource LA"
"Effortlessly Chic..." Thedaily.com
A captivating look at the glamorous, jet-setting lifestyles of those who frequent the legendary Hotel Il Pellicano, overlooking a secluded bay in Tuscany's Porto Ercole. One of the hippest and most beautiful destinations in the world, the chic Hotel Il Pellicano, located on the Argentario, is a hangout for many from the design, fashion, and art worlds. With photographs by the great chroniclers of yesteryear glamour, John Swope and Slim Aarons--who captured the likes of Emilio Pucci, Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Britt Ekland, Kenneth Tynan, and Susanna Agnelli relaxing here--as well as Juergen Teller, one of the most influential fine art and fashion photographers working today, the book presents three different epochs in the history of this modern-day dolce vita. A Visitor's Note by Bob Colacello and a full history of the hotel by Bronwyn Cosgrave explore Il Pellicano's illustrious legacy and its continuing seductive allure
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Descripción Rizzoli, 2011. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110847836444