"An Alphabet of Luxe" is Helopino's first book; an illustrative ode to childhood escapism and creativity. Follow the pursuit of Heidi and Pino as we chart through all illustrated letters of the alphabet, from Alaia to Zanotti, their tale paralleled with an intricate illustration.
Recapturing the first few moments when a child catches sight of her mother's sumptuous wardrobe; readers follow the pursuit of Heidi and Pino, a young girl and her mischievous pup as they travel and play through the wardrobe accompanied by each letter of the alphabet. A picture book with no age limit. Contained inside is something to indulge every reader, mingling a child-like rhyme with timeless fashion pieces. It will evoke a sense of wonder in its younger readers or reacquaint those a little older with the little girl that resides within. Perch it on your child's bookshelf or keep it on your own nightstand.
“An Alphabet of Luxe” reminds us to view the world through the lens of a child; of the wonders of play.
With a lively rhyming text and a narrative structure, an Alphabet takes us through many of Mummy’s well-loved brands, from Alaia to Zanotti.
“An Alphabet of Luxe” is 52 pages of intricately designed illustration, glossy finished. Luxe at the first touch; the book comes with a textured cover and gold-foiling detail.
This is an alphabet book, but not as you know it to be.
All orders arrive in bespoke luxe packaging with an included gift.
Text and creative concept by Hayleigh Konstantakopoulos.
Illustrations by Natalie Rompotis.
- Children of all ages (0-103)
- Rhyme/ poetry
- Alphabet book
Hayleigh Konstantakopoulos is an aspiring writer, this is her first attempt at children’s fiction and releasing her work outside the confines of her notebook. This book stemmed from a tiny scribble in her notebook and was heavily inspired by her own childhood memories.
Natalie Rompotis is a mother of two young children, a lawyer, and an artist based in Melbourne, Australia.
Her love of illustrating began as a child, and despite working as a commercial lawyer and litigator for a number of years in both private practice and in-house, she has now returned to her original passion.
Her work is inspired by the magical world of fashion and classic cinema with a nostalgic European aesthetic. An idyllic childhood living in Greece, a sense of Hellenism, and ten years of French language and culture study permeate her creations.
An alphabet book, but not as you know it to be.