Red is a dangerous and passionate color, declares the great Jonathan Adler citing Louboutin heels and Dita Von Teese’s lipstick as evidence. Adler’s new book, On Happy Chic Colors, makes many such declarations—one of the reasons it is so incredibly satisfying to read. If you don’t already love the colors he writes about, brace yourself. You will want to go crazy with paint, fabric, and whatever else you can get your hands on once you’re finished. One instantly gratifying color-injection strategy is to buy one of Adler’s new, wildly colorful candles at the same time you buy the book. The red one, my personal favorite, smells precisely like a tomato leaf—green, fresh, beautiful.
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