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Blumarine: Anna Molinari

Blumarine: Anna Molinari

Edited by Maria Luisa Frisa, Text by Elena Loewenthal

The story of Anna Molinari’s beloved and successful fashion house, as told through a kaleidoscope of stunning images by famed photographers. Blumarine has become synonymous with fashion created for the modern woman, characterized by a sensual femininity and timeless romanticism, with a vibrant edge. Anna Molinari, known as “the queen of roses” because of her love for the flower, is the designer and creative force behind the label, which has since evolved into a range of…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $75.00

Chocolat

Chocolat

Written by Pierre Marcolini, Edited by Chae Rin Vincent, Photographed by Marie-Pierre Morel

From the world’s finest chocolatier, who originated the “bean-to-bar” concept, comes this collection of 170 recipes for the very best and most essential chocolate confections.
 
Belgium’s foremost practitioner of the art of fine chocolate making shares his passion and his knowledge in this extravagantly beautiful volume. Pierre Marcolini’s confections have been acclaimed as the world’s most delectable chocolate creations, and his book is a delicious immersion into the world of fine chocolate and a tribute…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 384 pages | $40.00

Civil War Battlefields

Civil War Battlefields

Written by David T. Gilbert, Foreword by Jeff Shaara, Contribution by Civil War Trust

Walk in the footsteps of history with this stunning volume that brings more than thirty Civil War battlefields to life.
 
From the “First Battle of Bull Run” to Lee’s surrender at Appomattox Court House four years later, this book celebrates the history and scenic beauty of these hallowed grounds in a large-format, beautifully produced volume.
 
Explore more than thirty Civil War battlefields— from Antietam to Chancellorsville, Gettysburg to Shiloh—including the first five national battlefield…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 336 pages | $50.00

Cool

Cool

Written by Greg Foley and Andrew Luecke

Cool is a compendium of global youth subcultures and street styles—from Flappers to Swing Kids, to Goths to today’s Normcore—that have shaped the fashion zeitgeist.
 
It’s no secret that the youth of the world buck conventional mainstream culture every chance they get, blazing countercultural trails in the process. Driven by their thirst for art and music, and their environment, young people combine their inspirations with the innate desire to rebel, resulting in a defiant subculture; and mainstream…

May 2017 | Trade Paperback | 280 pages | $35.00

Creating Home

Creating Home

Written by Keith Summerour, Photographed by Andrew Ingalls and Gemma Ingalls, Text by Marc Kristal

From acclaimed architect and designer Keith Summerour comes an alluring new book of carefully crafted dwellings that redefine the idea of home for today.
 
When we think about what home is, many of us would say a house that is soulful and welcoming, a place with an inviting porch and a lush garden, a welcoming entryway and well-crafted living spaces that will nurture our private moments and expand to welcome guests. In this alluring new book,…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $50.00

Daniel Lismore

Daniel Lismore

Foreword by Paula Wallace, Contribution by Hilary Alexander, Rafael Gomez and Boy George, Photographed by Colin Douglas Gray

London’s most eccentric dresser reveals his wildly imaginative and transgressive personal style.
 
Daniel Lismore is known for elaborate and extravagant ensembles that brilliantly combine haute couture with charity-shop finds, yards of vintage fabrics and tartans, found objects, ribbons, feathers, chain mail, shells, ethnic jewelry, retro accessories, millinery and more in an expression of eccentric, creative energy. A prominent fixture of the London fashion and nightlife circuits, he is both tastemaker and friend to artists ranging…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $55.00

The Decorated Home

The Decorated Home

Written by Meg Braff, Foreword by Charlotte Moss, Contribution by Brooke Showell Kasir, Photographed by J. Savage Gibson

In her first book, interior designer Meg Braff presents the building blocks of a pretty, polished home.
 
Everyone wants a house that is filled with grace and charm. Classic yet cheerful, Meg Braff’s style has a formality that is never studied, an elegance that is approachable and pretty. In seven chapters that cover the basics of her look, Braff shares advice on creating rooms that are both livable and attractive. In the first two chapters,…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $45.00

Digital Girls

Digital Girls

Written by Marko MacPherson, Edited by Nicole Phelps, Designed by Shawn Dahl, Text by Steff Yotka and Emily Siegel

Today’s leading online cultural influencers—the female bloggers, designers, entrepreneurs, and activists—who are shaping what’s hot and what’s not in fashion, beauty, and personal style.
 
The fashion media landscape has evolved drastically with the emergence of fashion’s newest vanguard of pioneering women, whose unique takes on fashion and beauty have propelled them to become true powerhouse personalities via their blogs, websites, and social-media profiles. These independent digital influencers, who sit in the front row of fashion…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 280 pages | $35.00

Dior by Mats Gustafson

Dior by Mats Gustafson

Written by Mats Gustafson

In this exquisite book, the watercolors and collages of Mats Gustafson replace the camera to capture the spirit and beauty of Dior.
 
While illustration was an essential element in promoting fashion in the first half of the twentieth century, photography has been the medium of choice since the 1970s. So when Dior approached Swedish illustrator Mats Gustafson in 2012 to portray its collections, it was a return to the elegance of fashion’s earliest mode of…

January 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $95.00

Dora Maar

Dora Maar

Written by Louise Baring

An exquisite volume on the beautiful, talented, and mysterious Dora Maar, showcasing her Surrealist photography, her life with Pablo Picasso, and her friendships with Surrealists
in 1930s Paris.
 
Highly regarded as a Surrealist photographer in the 1930s, Dora Maar was a fellow student with Henri Cartier-Bresson and friends with Brassaï, Man Ray, Jean Cocteau, and André Breton, the charismatic leader of the Surrealists.
 
When Maar met Picasso in the mid-1930s, she became the most influential…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

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