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Breakfast

Breakfast

Written by George Weld and Evan Hanczor, Foreword by Ted Lee, Photographed by Bryan Gardner, Narrated by Matt Lee

A delicious ode to morning foods, featuring eggs, biscuits, meats, and pancakes you’ll want to start every day with. Breakfast brings beauty and enthusiasm to the morning meal. George Weld draws on his passion and Southern roots to create the fresh, satisfying dishes his Williamsburg restaurant, Egg, has been serving for ten years. Breakfast begins with simple techniques that transform familiar ingredients into transcendent meals. A pantry section shows the ingredients to have on hand for…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $35.00

Casa Bohemia

Casa Bohemia

Written by Linda Leigh Paul, Photographed by Ricardo Vidargas

A celebration of the uniquely vibrant architecture and interiors of classic and new Spanish-style houses in the southwestern and southern United States, Mexico, and Spain. Casa Bohemia showcases a collection of some of the most beautifully preserved Spanish style houses, from restored haciendas in Mexico to early and recent 20th century California mission styles.
 
 
Twenty-nine residences built between the late seventeenth century and the present day are featured in new, stunning color photography that captures architectural details inside and out and enchanting Spanish, Moorish, European and Mexican antique furnishings, artifacts,…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 368 pages | $55.00

Charlotte Moss

Charlotte Moss

Written by Charlotte Moss, Foreword by Barry Friedberg, Contribution by Barbara L. Dixon

Celebrated interior designer and renowned tastemaker Charlotte Moss turns her eye to the garden as a resource for interiors, entertaining, and good living. Charlotte Moss’s greatest muse is the garden, and this book shows the myriad ways the garden provides inspiration every day—indoors and outdoors. Touring readers through her own gardens, Moss offers insights on how to bring the garden into home life—including ideas for elegant flower arrangements from the garden and the table settings and…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $50.00

Cherry Blossoms

Cherry Blossoms

Written by James T. Ulak and Howard S. Kaplan, Introduction by Julian Raby

A jewel-like collection of the most exquisite cherry blossoms in Japanese art celebrates the enduring power of spring. Drawn from the Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian’s museums of Asian art, these rare reproductions of gilded screens, woodblock prints, and ink on silk works offer sublimely rendered buds and blooms for all who cherish them. Since the eighteenth century, parties in Japan, from royal maidens to farmers, have gathered to…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 112 pages | $22.50

Chris Ofili

Chris Ofili

Edited by Massimiliano Gioni, Gary Carrion-Murayari and Margot Norton

A major survey including new and celebrated works by Turner Prize–winning artist Chris Ofili. Set to accompany the first major museum show in the United States of contemporary British artist Chris Ofili, this richly illustrated volume surveys two decades of artworks that meld figuration, abstraction, and decoration to yield hybrid juxtapositions of high and low culture. Best known for intricately constructed works featuring beadlike dots of paint, elephant dung, and images culled from popular media, Ofili’s…

October 2014 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $75.00

Cocina Tropical

Cocina Tropical

Written by Jose Santaella, Foreword by Eric Ripert, Contribution by Angie Mosier, Photographed by Ben Fink

Explore the tropical flavors and rich culinary traditions of America’s island paradise. Puerto Rico, a land of gorgeous beaches and luxurious resorts, also boasts a rich culinary culture with a mix of influences: Spanish, African, Taíno (Native American), and French. For adventurous mainland cooks in pursuit of exotic flavors, this book offers exciting new territory, and for Puerto Rican descendants everywhere, it pays tribute to the beloved homeland. Jose Santaella presents foods that only a local…

October 2014 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $35.00

Dior: New Couture

Dior: New Couture

Foreword by Cathy Horyn, Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier

The second volume of legendary photographer Patrick Demarchelier’s sublime portraits of iconic Dior haute couture looks, from Christian Dior to Raf Simons. From the moment Christian Dior unveiled his famed “New Look” collection in Paris on February 12, 1947, women’s fashion changed forever. Still one of the most revered names in fashion, Dior is known today for its unique couture dresses. This gorgeous volume continues the homage paid by famed photographer Patrick Demarchelier to one of…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $115.00

Dustin Yellin

Dustin Yellin

Text by Alanna Heiss, Kenneth Goldsmith and Andrew Durbin

The first comprehensive survey of contemporary artist Dustin Yellin, showcasing his surreal glass sculptures with fantastic dystopian themes. For the past decade, Dustin Yellin has been dazzling the art world with his large-scale glass sculptures, which transport collage to another dimension. These ambitious works are created through an innovative technique using the atmosphere itself as material. With a precise and painstaking process, multi-dimensional images grow from successive planes of multiple stacked panels of glass, each individually…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $60.00

DVF

DVF

Written by Diane Von Furstenberg, Edited by Bill Katz, Introduction by Holly Brubach

An unprecedented visual odyssey celebrating Diane von Furstenberg’s forty years as a groundbreaking designer and fashion icon and the dress that started it all. In 1972, Diane von Furstenberg arrived in New York with a suitcase full of jersey dresses that she had made at her friend Angelo Ferretti’s factory in Italy. Two years later and encouraged by Vogue editor in chief Diana Vreeland, the distinctive design of her timeless wrap dress took the fashion world…

October 2014 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $75.00

Etro

Etro

Edited by Renata Molho, Contribution by Liu Bolin, Leatrice Eiseman, Katsumi Komagata and Monique Levi-Strauss

The first monograph published on the acclaimed fashion house celebrates a brand famous for its lustrous fabrics and artisanal quality. Gimmo Etro founded the eponymous fashion company in 1968 with the launch of a range of fabrics made with noble and natural fibers embellished with original designs via an innovative color process. The company’s signature paisley motif appeared in its first collection and quickly became an iconic design element. In 1981, Etro expanded into textiles for…

November 2014 | Hardcover | 376 pages | $85.00

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