Posted on May 9, 2022 at 10:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Bookworms have long known to never leave the house without reading material at their fingertips.
So they can be forgiven if they feel smug upon reading a New York Times piece on celebrity book stylists — in a nice role reversal, it's the rich and famous imitating the regular folks of this world.
The Times examines the trend of curating a celebrity's reading material, be it in-home or out and about town, and poses the question: Does it disrespect the art form of the novel?
For a shorter and lighter take on the issue, head to the Guardian, which shared the gotcha moments that certain famous figures encountered after their shelf stylist usage was revealed.
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