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Hollywood Modern

Hollywood Modern

Written by Michael Stern and Alan Hess

The homes of the discerning Hollywood stars, from Grouch Marx to Leonardo DiCaprio

This book looks at the intersection of celebrity and design, through the case of twenty-five houses designed by great architects for their informed, trend-setting, and extremely famous clients, in Southern California. Included are gorgeous photos of the houses as well as little seen informal portraits of the stars and wonderfully detailed texts that tell the story of these members of the glitterati, touching on…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $55.00

Jenny Saville

Jenny Saville

Written by Richard Calvocoressi and Mark Stevens, Contribution by Jenny Saville, Sally Mann and Lauren Mahony

The most comprehensive monograph to be published on figurative painter Jenny Saville, one of feminism’s most celebrated living artists whose monumental portraits continue to question our accepted ideals of beauty and disrupt the boundaries of race, gender, and identity.

Thirteen years after her first Rizzoli monograph, British artist Jenny Saville releases this much-anticipated volume–her most comprehensive to date–including many never-before-published paintings. One of the most renowned living figurative painters of our time, Saville has set auction records…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 320 pages | $150.00

Jimmy Nelson

Jimmy Nelson

Written by Jimmy Nelson

Jimmy Nelson, renowned photographer and author of Before They Pass Away, captures the essence of thirty iconic and disappearing tribes from Asia, Africa, Mexico, to Australia and India.

Acclaimed British photographer Jimmy Nelson presents his latest collection of 400 evocative photographs revealing an inclusive look at the people and cultures of over thirty iconic tribes from around the world. From the Himalayas with the Laylap in Bhutan to the last hidden outposts of Africa with the Mundari…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 525 pages | $125.00

The Joy of Junk

The Joy of Junk

Written by Mary Randolph Carter

Best-selling author Mary Randolph Carter is back at it with a full-throated celebration of junk and thrifting. The Joy of Junk shows us how to live stylishly and creatively with the personally meaningful objects we love to collect for our homes.

From the author who taught us that “junk” in not a four-letter word, and drawing on her years of experience as a passionate thrifter and collector, Carter highlights her favorite junking moments, revels in the thrill…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $55.00

Francois-Xavier and Claude Lalanne: In the Domain of Dreams

Francois-Xavier and Claude Lalanne: In the Domain of Dreams

Written by Adrian Dannatt

The Lalannes’ charming, dreamy, and surrealistic body of functional sculptures, once a guarded secret for exclusive collectors such as Yves Saint Laurent and the Agnellis, is celebrated in full in this stunning new book.

The legendary husband-and-wife artist team has been the inspiration for high-society collectors and decorators, such as Pierre Bergé, Serge Gainsbourg, Peter Marino, Jane Holzer, and Reed Krakoff for over five decades. Crossing over many audiences – from interior design to fine art to…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $85.00

Less Is More (Difficult)

Less Is More (Difficult)

Written by John Christakos and Maurice Blanks, Contribution by Andrew Blauvelt, Rob Forbes and Alexandra Lange

A celebration of twenty years of design, philosophy, and inspiration from the renowned American furniture brand Blu Dot.

Blu Dot is an American pioneer of democratic design. Founded and run by its principal designer–and with the mission of making the best design accessible to the most people–the brand is celebrated for minimal, innovative, and modern furniture that is American-made and affordable.
Published to coincide with the brand’s twentieth anniversary, this carefully produced book collects two decades’ worth…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $85.00

Living Forever Chic

Living Forever Chic

Written by Tish Jett

Why French women of a certain age are the consummate hostesses, homemakers, and style icons–and how you can be, too. Frenchwomen–particularly those 40–are role models for stylish and gracious living, what the French call l’art de vivre.

American-born fashion journalist Tish Jett, who has studied these women for years, shared their beauty secrets in her first book, Forever Chic. Now she explores why Frenchwomen of a certain age are master hostesses and homemakers, expert practioners of les…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $29.95

Modern Americana Expanded Edition

Modern Americana Expanded Edition

Written by Todd Merrill

An expanded edition of the successful Modern Americana, this new book will bring a new audience to some of the most American-designed and produced furniture in design history.

In the current world of twentieth-century design collecting, the trend has shifted away from accessible, mass-manufactured modernist furniture Like Charles Eames and George Nelson and toward designs that were custom-made or produced in very limited editions, with emphasis on American studio design of the 1940s to the 1990s. In…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 320 pages | $85.00

The Mustache Bible

The Mustache Bible

Written by Stefano Rossetti

Men–the beard is officially over! So get creative with your razor, scissors, and a tiny comb to fashion yourself a fetching mo’!

The moustache is back! Walk through any hipster neighborhood these days and you’ll see the move away from full-flowing beards and back to the far superior, gentlemanly moustache (don’t even think about a whisker-free face!). Today, the modern man uses the mo’ much like a pair of raffish eyewear–to accent his face and personality.

This book…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $17.95

Notes on Decor, Etc.

Notes on Decor, Etc.

Written by Paul Fortune

Interior design legend Paul Fortune opens his design portfolio and shares his inimitable worldview in this monograph-cum-memoir.

Arriving in Los Angeles from London during the 1970s, Paul Fortune gradually made his way as a graphic artist, art director of music videos, and even nightclub owner. But with the renovation of his own now legendary Laurel Canyon house in 1978, Fortune’s career as an interior designer was born. Fortune Design Studio, based in Los Angeles, has been operating…

October 2018 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $55.00

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