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Tsumori Chisato

Tsumori Chisato

Written by Tsumori Chisato and Helena Christiansen, Contribution by Didier Grumbach and Kenzo Takada

The first book on the work of Tsumori Chisato, a fashion designer who has gained a cult following for her uncanny ability to create clothes with a manga-bohemian charm.

Tsumori Chisato scaled the commanding heights of Japanese and international fashion in the 1990s with color as the critical virtue. Reacting to the somber minimalism that is even now conjured by any mention of “serious” Japanese fashion in the West, this new world is playful, unabashedly romantic…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Bars, Taverns, and Dives New Yorkers Love

Bars, Taverns, and Dives New Yorkers Love

Written by John Tebeau

With charming original illustrations, this book celebrates fifty of the Big Apple’s storied taverns, legendary dives, and bars and the drink recipes that will inspire you to become a regular.

For cocktail enthusiasts and those seeking the most real New York watering holes, this is a comprehensive guide to the city’s legendary bars, taverns, and dives across all five boroughs, featuring stories, insider tips, and delicious cocktail recipes.

From McSorley’s in the East Village and the…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $29.95

Becoming Barbra

Becoming Barbra

Written by Bill Eppridge

Becoming Barbra presents a never-before-seen look at a star in the making by an award-winning photographer with full access.

From the humble beginnings of Barbra Streisand’s career in 1963 to full-fledged stardom in 1966, renowned Life magazine photographer Bill Eppridge had full access to the young singer. He photographed Streisand shopping in a thrift shop; trying on outfits in her apartment; and there’s an appearance on the The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson—then live from New York. Eppridge documented Streisand meeting…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $39.95

Bistro

Bistro

Written by Alain Ducasse

From the world’s most preeminent French chef comes an all-new collection of hearty, homey bistro recipes.

Alain Ducasse, iconic chef and author of Simple Nature, presents a collection of recipes from his worldwide network of French bistros—Allard (in Paris), Aux Lyonnais (Paris), and Benoît (Paris, New York, and Tokyo). A relaxing, convivial alternative to haute cuisine, bistro cooking most closely approaches the British gastropub or Italian osteria tradition, with less formal dishes served with local wine. Ducasse and…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 260 pages | $35.00

Charlotte Moss Entertains

Charlotte Moss Entertains

Written by Charlotte Moss

Renowned and beloved interior designer and tastemaker Charlotte Moss celebrates gracious hospitality—from assembling striking place settings and arranging the table to hosting a dinner party or simply serving an elegant afternoon tea.

Charlotte Moss inspires readers to imbue everyday life with elegance and romance. Moss focuses on events—as small as breakfast in bed or tea in the afternoon or as elaborate as a festive Christmas luncheon or large dinner party—and the artifacts of our lives (china, silver,…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $50.00

Fruit

Fruit

Written by Bernadette W├Ârndl, Photographed by Gunda Dittrich

This is a beautifully designed and sumptuously photographed cookbook which shows how seasonal fruit harmonizes and enhances myriad vegetable and meat dishes.

We often associate fruit in recipes with preserves, cakes, sorbets, and desserts—all sweet dishes. However, fruit can be an incredible complement to savory dishes too. Adding blackberries to a duck breast— and-chard recipe or caramelized pears to a porkand-sage recipe creates an incredibly tasty dish with a great depth of flavor. We are already familiar…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $40.00

Gardens of Style

Gardens of Style

Written by Janelle McCulloch

The inspiring private gardens of celebrated fashion and design tastemakers, and how these beautiful sanctuaries have influenced their creative work.

Mother Nature has always been a grand muse, particularly in the world of fashion and design. Many fashion designers, from Christian Dior to Carolyne Roehm, have drawn on gardens and their beguiling botanicals to inspire and inform their collections. These designers and their interior design counterparts, such as Celerie Kemble, Bunny Williams, and Jeffrey Bilhuber, also like…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $55.00

I Can Get Paid for That?

I Can Get Paid for That?

Written by Jo Stewart

Stuck in a career rut—or finished studying and not sure which direction to take? This book will give you a path to a creative career.

This book is both an inspirational and a practical guidebook, and it profiles 99 interesting, unusual, and relatively unexplored creative career options—from smoke jumpers to fortune-cookie writers, truffle hunters to food stylists, and golf-ball divers to perfumers. While some of the featured careers may not be for everyone (taxidermy, anyone?) others…

April 2018 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $19.95

Jordan Wolfson

Jordan Wolfson

Written by Jordan Wolfson, Text by Jack Bankowsky, Alison Gingeras and Joey Frank

Exploring new works by the provocative and irreverent American multimedia artist Jordan Wolfson.

Jordan Wolfson is known for his thought-provoking works in a wide range of media, including video, sculpture, installation, photography, and performance.

Produced in partnership with the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, this book focuses on two major new works, Colored Sculpture and Female Figure. Operating somewhere between sculpture and interactive installation, these pieces rely on Wolfson’s contradictory relationship with technology to create an unsettling tension between the figure…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $65.00

Please Do Not Touch

Please Do Not Touch

Written by Murray Moss and Franklin Getchell

A witty and revealing memoir of the mid-1990s, when high design became art and there was no more exclusive club for high design than MOSS.

For almost twenty years the SoHo design gallery MOSS was the place where design, art, money, and glamour mixed. Murray Moss, the impresario behind the shop, and his partner, Franklin Getchell, were the leading arbiters of good taste and the new—launching the careers of now-established designers such as Studio Job and…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $55.00

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