What MM Friends are reading this summer
A quintessential summer pastime, lazily soaking up the summer sun with a good book is a true escapist delight.
Be your summer by the beach, in the country or on your trustworthy sofa, we asked our MM Friends for their favourite literary gems.
Alice Lines, Editor of Homestyle Magazine.
What Artists Wear by Charlie Porter.
An exploration into the wardrobes of modern and contemporary artists from writer, fashion critic and art curator, Charlie Porter.
Carla Middleton, Director, Carla Middleton Architecture.
The Architecture of Happiness by Alain De Botton.
An in-depth study of the history of psychology and architecture.
"I read this book at university and it had a big impact on me." says Carla.
Tess Glasson, PR and Marketing Manager, Alexander &CO.
Your Own Kind Of Girl by Clare Bowditch.
"She is the most beautiful storyteller. It’s a raw, vulnerable and often very funny tale of her extraordinary life and struggles and a deeply insightful voice on mental ill-health."