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Helen Frankenthaler

Helen Frankenthaler

Written by John Elderfield

This striking new book features fourteen paintings and two works on paper by renowned American abstract painter Helen Frankenthaler.

Showcasing fourteen of Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings, dating from 1959 through 1962, and two earlier works on paper, this beautiful book highlights a radical and lesser-known body of works unique within the artist’s oeuvre. The book includes color plates of all sixteen works, as well as four single-page and seven double-page spread details. Never before and rarely published…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 88 pages | $80.00

How to Slay

How to Slay

Written by Constance C.R. White, Foreword by Valerie Steele

An inspirational journey through black fashion in America from the twentieth century to the present, featuring the most celebrated icons of Black style and taste.

One of the few surveys of Black style and fashion ever published, How to Slay offers a lavishly illustrated overview of African American style through the twentieth century, focusing on the last thirty-five years. Through striking images of some of the most celebrated icons of Black style and taste, from Josephine Baker, Michelle…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Laurie Anderson

Laurie Anderson

Written by Laurie Anderson

An icon of performance art and the indie-music world, this is the first book on the artist’s full career to date, as curated by the artist herself. Laurie Anderson is one of the most revered artists working today, and she is as prolific as she is inventive. She is a musician, performance artist, composer, fiction writer, and filmmaker (her most recent foray, Heart of a Dog, was lauded as an “experimental marvel” by the Los Angeles Times)….

February 2018 | Trade Paperback | 304 pages | $75.00

Metamorphosis of a Life

Metamorphosis of a Life

Written by Pierparide Tedeschi

This unusual and fascinating volume explores Italian and international cultural history from the 1970s to the present day. A progressive book for all lovers of contemporary and conceptual art.

A vivid, gripping narrative supported by photographs of great impact, this book takes the reader through the most innovative and groundbreaking events marking the last 50 years of Italian and international history, as seen through the work, life, and constantly evolving personality of Lucrezia De Domizio Durini,…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 328 pages | $60.00

Norell

Norell

Written by Jeffrey Banks and Doria de la Chapelle, Foreword by Ralph Rucci, Contribution by Stan Herman and Kenneth Pool

The first book dedicated to the career and creations of esteemed fashion designer Norman Norell, the man hailed as the “Dean of American Fashion” by the New York Times.

Norman Norell (1900–1972)—the first American designer to employ couture techniques, refined workmanship, and luxurious fabrics—made dresses, coats, and suits that critics deemed “the equal of Paris,” earning him the sobriquet “the American Balenciaga” and forever changing perceptions about New York’s Seventh Avenue garment industry.

Norell showed the world that American…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $65.00

Oscar Niemeyer: The Mondadori Building

Oscar Niemeyer: The Mondadori Building

Written by Roberto Dulio, Photographed by Roland Halbe

The first official book on the most important Italian building by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, one of the leaders of modern architecture.

With a step-by-step study, the volume tells the story of the construction, near the city of Milan, of Niemeyer’s building, now headquarters of Mondadori Editorial Group. A collection of never-before-seen architectural plans, original drawings, and unpublished sketches offers a fascinating look at the architect’s work and a tool for all who wish to…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 172 pages | $60.00

Palm Springs

Palm Springs

Written by Tim Street-Porter, Foreword by Trina Turk

Paying homage to the seminal mid-century modern architecture of Palm Springs, this luxurious book showcases historic jet-set homes designed by legendary talents such as Richard Neutra, Albert Frey, and Paul Williams, as well as private residences by today’s leading tastemakers.

Since Gary Cooper built one of the first modernist houses in Palm Springs in the 1930s, this desert oasis has entranced Hollywood. A mecca for the international jet set that lured Frank Sinatra, Walter Annenberg, and others, Palm Springs…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $75.00

Red Carpet

Red Carpet

Written by Frank Trapper

An all-new edition of the popular book that provides an unending runway show of movie stars posing in fabulous gowns and high fashion.

Originally published in 2007, Red Carpet struck a chord with all of us who can’t get enough of the Hollywood red carpet scene at the biggest celebrity award shows, movie premieres, and parties. No book since the original edition has brought the reader so close to the velvet rope.
Celebrity photographer Frank Trapper has had a front-row…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $40.00

Resonances de Cartier: High Jewelry and Precious Objects

Resonances de Cartier: High Jewelry and Precious Objects

Written by François Chaille

Discover the exceptional new creations, destined for eminent clients and collectors, from one of the world’s most prestigious jewelers.

Devoted to the new high jewelry and precious objects collection created by Cartier, this book celebrates the house’s vocation: to sublimate the stones and reveal their personality through unique pieces. Each gem impels the design to follow its own rhythm, and the play of lines and precious materials harmonize with its tempo. Cadence or undulation, staccato or…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 296 pages | $125.00

Fashion and Versailles

Fashion and Versailles

Written by Laurence Benaïm, Foreword by Catherine Pegard

The Château de Versailles—the indisputable birthplace of fashion—continues to inspire glamour and style today.

The royal residence of Versailles—this unparalleled seat of power and seduction—is an important influence on contemporary fashion, inspiring passions and vocations. Since the establishment of the world’s first dress codes under the rule of Louis XIV to incite the whims of the queens and royal mistresses, fashion at Versailles has been a constant and inexhaustible source of inspiration for designers, photographers, decorators, and…

February 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $65.00

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