Duke and Duchess of Devonshire reside at the Chatsworth House which has been the home to the family since 1549. Lady Laura Burlington is an editor and wife of William Burlington, heir to the Duke of Devonshire. Hamish Bowles is the European editor-at-large at Vogue. Charlotte Mosley is a journalist and author who has written extensively on the British aristocratic Mitford family. Diana Scarisbrick is an author and historian specializing in jewelry and engraved gems. Dr. Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell is an art historian specializing in fashion and textiles. Sarah Mower is a renowned fashion critic and columnist.
"For Duchess of Devonshire fans (and fans of the Mitford and
Cavendish families) this witty and very insider book follows
the heirs of the dukedom for five centuries. And it's chic and a
bit eccentric, just like the entire family tree."
--The Style Saloniste "Six years in the making, "House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion at Chatsworth" is a close-up of the aristocratic family over five centuries through the lens of their lifestyle -- their fashion, uniforms, jewels, parties, art collections, traditions and love of the natural world."
--Women's Wear Daily "As the ancestral home to the dukes of Devonshire since 1549, historic English estate Chatsworth has served as the real-time runway for fashions through the ages. For House Style: Five Centuries of Fashion at Chatsworth ($60, Rizzoli), Hamish Bowles edits a rare glimpse into the estate's glamorous lineage."
--Modern Luxury Interiors, Atlanta