Assouline – In the Spirit of St. Barths by Pamela Fiori

Assouline – In the Spirit of St. Barths by Pamela Fiori


A final chapter, “Essential St. Barths,” features an extensive section on hotels, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, shops, the best and worst times to go, and popular events on location.

Contents List

  • N/A pages
  • 80 illustrations
  • English language
  • Released in April 2011
  • W 7.55 x L 10.9 x D 0.74 in
  • Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9782759405176
  • 0.45 kg

About the Author:

Pamela Fiori became editor-at-large of Town & Country in April 2010 after leading the magazine as editor-in-chief since 1993. Under her seventeen-year editorship, Town & Country became the premier luxury lifestyle magazine in the U.S., edited for the country’s most sophisticated, affluent, and accomplished women; she also served as editorial director of the biannual Town & Country Weddings. In her distinguished career (which has also included positions at Holiday and Travel + Leisure), she has written countless articles and received several awards for her accomplishments, including France’s highest civic honor, the Chevalier de l’Ordre du Mérite. She is the author of another book of the same series, In the Spirit of Capri, published by Assouline.

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St. Barths is synonymous with Caribbean glamour and chic. Pamela Fiori, a regular visitor for both work and pleasure, shares the history of the island and unearths its best secrets. Through interviews with locals and regulars, many of them bold-face names, she recommends the best beaches, shows off villas with extraordinary views (and how to find the best ones to rent), and chronicles how St. Barths has become a prime spot for destination weddings. Interviews with prominent couples who have tied the knot there reveal the logistics of planning a wedding in a locale that boasts an airport runway not for the faint-hearted.

Additional information

Country of Origin

United Kingdom




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