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Claudia Schiffer

Claudia Schiffer

Written by Claudia Schiffer, Foreword by Ellen von Unwerth, Contribution by Cindy Crawford, Dolce & Gabbana and Eva Herzigova

Like Kate: The Kate Moss Book and Becoming, by Cindy Crawford, this visually sumptuous book features the greatest hits of this supermodel and global fashion and beauty icon. From her role as the face of Chanel to her appearance on a thousand magazine covers, Schiffer remains the eternal blonde.

Model. Muse. Global fashion icon. Claudia Schiffer is legendary both in terms of accomplishments and longevity. From her discovery at age seventeen in a Düsseldorf discotheque to becoming Karl Lagerfeld’s muse…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $65.00

Gio-Graphy

Gio-Graphy

Written by Giovanna Battaglia, Foreword by Natalie Massenet

Combining the stylish inspiration of Chloë Sevigny and Carine Roitfeld with the accessibility of Parisian Chic, this is a fun, intimate book of fashion ideas and inspiration by a popular international style star.
Dubbed a “cyber icon” and “fashion heroine” by the New York Times, Italian fashion editor and stylist Giovanna Battaglia is known for her colorful street style and fun-loving personality. Her monthly column in W chronicles fashion, art, and adventure. In this, her…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $39.95

Erró

Erró

Written by Ruba Katrib, Danielle Kvaran, Hannah Black and Kevin McGarry

The first major English-language monograph on Icelandic Pop artist Erró establishes his primacy among today’s significant figurative artists. Erró, Iceland’s most prominent painter, receives long overdue critical attention for his contributions to international Pop, late Surrealism, and contemporary figurative painting in this sumptuous monograph. Since introducing exclusively source-image-based painted collage to the European Pop movement in 1959, Erró has produced an influential body of work mining cartoons and art history on canvases marked by political satire…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $65.00

Fabulous!

Fabulous!

Written by Mitchell Owens, Foreword by Paige Rense

This first book on the famed designer, renowned for rooms with bold color palettes, strongly graphic style contrasts, multicultural allusions, and stylish innovations, is a sweeping survey of his fifty-year career.

Ever since Tom Britt opened his New York–based firm in 1964, he has been creating dramatic environments for his high-profile clients on multiple continents. His masterful design palette, with a wonderfully exotic slant, includes plush upholstered furniture, boldly patterned carpets, seductive lighting, and an elegantly…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $75.00

Golden Lady: Fashion Your Legs

Golden Lady: Fashion Your Legs

Edited by Fabiana Giacomotti

On the occasion of their fiftieth anniversary, Golden Lady recalls its evolution and the role that this popular accessory has played in the history of fashion.
A symbol of seduction and femininity, tights have evolved in fashion, culture, and history. This book explores one of the world’s most popular fashion accessories, which has changed over the decades but never goes out of style. A reflection on fashion and the role of tights in society, customs,…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $75.00

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Hiroshi Sugimoto

Written by Hiroshi Sugimoto, Contribution by Mark Erdmann and Timothy Verdon, Text by Ryuki Hiraoka and Yukie Kamiya

Hiroshi Sugimoto, one of Japan’s best-known photographers, turns his lens on Italy’s architectural masterworks to create a meditation on the potential of cultural exchange and the possibility of cultural fusion.
In an electrifying moment in 1585, four Japanese youths appeared before Pope Gregory XIII, summoned to his court from the nascent Christian community in Japan to present themselves at the capital of their faith. Legendary photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto follows in the boys’ footsteps, capturing the…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $75.00

The House that Pinterest Built

The House that Pinterest Built

Written by Diane Keaton, Photographed by Lisa Romerein

A compelling account of Diane Keaton’s dream house, from idea to realization in brick, stone, and wood. Keaton’s narrative and inspirational images will inspire all those who imagine the perfect home.
At once a style guide, an inspirational tome, and a how-to volume on creating one’s home, this book will serve as a go-to reference for all those seeking to spur their own creativity as they embark on the creation of home. The House that Pinterest…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $65.00

Impressionism

Impressionism

Written by Véronique Bouruet Aubertot

A comprehensive, accessible, and richly illustrated guide to impressionism—the perennially popular artistic movement that led to the radical renewal of Western art.

Monet, Renoir, Degas, Rodin, Cezanne, Van Gogh, and the other Impressionist artists burst onto the art scene in the second half of the nineteenth century, creating shock waves with their rebellious rejection of the academy’s strict rules dictating subject matter, style, and even color. Their art, labeled impressionism, coincided with the Industrial Revolution, when…

October 2017 | Trade Paperback | 368 pages | $35.00

Monograph by Chris Ware

Monograph by Chris Ware

Written by Chris Ware, Preface by Ira Glass, Introduction by Francoise Mouly and Art Spiegelman

A flabbergasting experiment in publishing hubris, Monograph charts the art and literary world’s increasing tolerance for the language of the empathetic doodle directly through the work of one of its most esthetically constipated practitioners.
 
For thirty years, writer and artist (i.e. cartoonist) Chris Ware (b. 1967) has been testing the patience of readers and fine art fans with his complicated and difficult-to-comprehend picture stories in the pages of The New Yorker, The New York Times

October 2017 | Hardcover | 280 pages | $60.00

Picasso-Giacometti

Picasso-Giacometti

Written by Serena Bucalo-Mussely and Virginie Perdrisot

This comprehensive volume examines the little-known relationship—both artistic and personal—between two of the greatest avant-garde artists of the twentieth century.

Pablo Picasso and Alberto Giacometti, each in their own way, deeply disrupted existing artistic codes and pushed the barriers of established aesthetic canons in the domains of painting and sculpture. This tome reveals their friendship and the little-known artistic dialogue between them on the subjects and questions central to their work. Richly illustrated, this volume establishes…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $60.00

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