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Brooklyn Beckham: What I See

Brooklyn Beckham: What I See

Written by Brooklyn Beckham

A glimpse behind the scenes into the life of  Brooklyn Beckham through his own words and featuring a highly curated collection of his own photographs
 
Sometimes described as the world’s most popular teen, Brooklyn Beckham has a massive social media footprint with over 9 million followers of his Instagram alone.  As a model he has appeared in New York Times Style Magazine and Man About Town, and as a photographer he shot the recent…

August 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $22.50

It's Alive!

It’s Alive!

Written by Daniel Finamore, Text by Joseph LeDoux and Steve Almond

One of the world’s premier collections of horror and sci-fi movie posters amassed, not altogether surprisingly, by the dark mind of Metallica’s lead guitarist, Kirk Hammett. Before Kirk Hammett assumed the heavy metal mantle of one of the most successful and beloved bands in rock history, he was a geek for the imaginative universe of horror. This generously illustrated book highlights the finest examples from Hammett’s personal collection—an astonishing trove of horror and sci-fi film posters that…

August 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $30.00

1001 Photographs You Must See In Your Lifetime

1001 Photographs You Must See In Your Lifetime

Written by Paul Lowe

A new generation, enabled by selfie sticks and social media, is being drawn to photography, and this is the perfect book to inspire and illuminate their appreciation of the full and rich history of this seminal art form and its many genres and techniques.

Award-winning photographer, critic, and educator Paul Lowe presents a carefully curated selection of the greatest still images—visually arresting, aesthetically complex, and historically significant—from the medium’s earliest days to the present. Included are…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 960 pages | $36.95

Alex Israel Bret Easton Ellis

Alex Israel Bret Easton Ellis

Written by Michael Tolkin, Contribution by Alex Israel, Bret Easton Ellis and Hans Ulrich Obrist

This provocative new book presents the collaborative paintings of Alex Israel and Bret Easton Ellis, among today’s sharpest observers of the culture of pleasure, their art inseparable from the world in which it finds expression.

Los Angeles is both background and subject in the respective oeuvres of Israel and Ellis. For Israel, the American dream, as embodied by the L.A. mythos, remains affecting and potent, and he approaches his hometown with an uncanny coupling of local…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 120 pages | $100.00

Alice Temperley

Alice Temperley

Written by Alice Temperley

The second monograph on British fashion designer Alice Temperley, highlighting the last decade of designs and inspiration behind her eponymous label, Temperley London.

The queen of magpie style, Alice Temperley’s clothing is coveted by the likes of Kate Hudson, the Kardashians, Naomie Harris, and the Duchess of Cambridge. Once sought-after for their indie-boho glamour, her looks have matured into a classic British line that pulls eclectic inspirations into polished looks. This book highlights the key moments…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $60.00

Ballet for Life

Ballet for Life

Written by Mary Helen Bowers, Foreword by Lily Aldridge, Photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin

A chic and informative guide to the Ballet Beautiful method, featuring dance-inspired exercises, wellness tips, and lifestyle advice that help readers achieve ballerina confidence and self-esteem.
 
After a career with the New York City Ballet, Mary Helen Bowers created Ballet Beautiful, a fitness and lifestyle program inspired by ballet’s artistry and athleticism. Designed to give anyone a ballerina body, Bowers’s targeted exercises tone and lengthen muscles, develop good posture, and teach grace in movement. Since…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $39.95

Birds

Birds

Written by Jonathan Elphick

Relaunched in a stunning boxed set that comes with a richly illustrated book and thirty-six framable prints, this landmark book will fascinate anyone interested in birds, natural history, and art. With an outstanding selection of the most important and vibrant bird images from the unrivaled collection at the Natural History Museum in London, it includes works by some of the most famous natural-history artists ever published, including Audubon, Lear, MacGillivray, and Gould. 
Birds tells the remarkable story of…

September 2017 | Non-traditional book | 336 pages | $45.00

Birds of a Feather

Birds of a Feather

Written by Thomas Denenberg, Text by Kory W. Rogers, Cynthia Byrd and Nancie Ravenel

A book that celebrates one of the most breathtaking and comprehensive collections of wildfowl decoys in America. Bird decoys were used for hunting in North America until the advent of hunting regulations in the early twentieth century, when decoys started to be prized and collected as masterpieces of American folk art. This handsome book is the first examination of the historic and unparalleled decoy collection at Shelburne Museum. Featuring new photography of 250 of the museum’s most…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $65.00

Cassina: This Will Be The Place

Cassina: This Will Be The Place

Written by Felix Burrichter and Cassina

Issued to mark the ninetieth anniversary of Cassina, one of the most progressive and prestigious furniture makers in the world, this pioneering monograph explores concepts of living through the creation of five unique, ideal interiors around the world curated by Felix Burrichter.
Lavishly illustrated, this book showcases the luxury brand furniture makers, one of the leading authorities on contemporary living style. This monograph is divided into two sections. The first part examines questions of evolving tastes…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 352 pages | $85.00

Chaumet

Chaumet

Written by Henri Loyrette, Photographed by Bruno Ehrs and Nils Herrmann

This ultimate reference on the legendary Parisian jeweler showcases Chaumet’s key creations from 1780 to the present, drawing on unpublished archival material and contemporary designs.
 
Quintessential Parisian jeweler Chaumet has shaped the face of elegance since 1780. This monograph covers all of the company’s innovative designs—from diamond tiaras to nature-inspired motifs to intricate timepieces—that vary from classic and timeless to opulent and avant garde.
 
Celebrating centuries of history—Chaumet’s founder was the official jeweler to…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 400 pages | $125.00

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