Titles by Subject
Written by Fern Mallis, Foreword by Ralph Lauren
This revealing volume provides unprecedented access to master designers and industry leaders. No topic is off-limits to Fern Mallis, award-winning creator of Fashion Week in New York, when she hosts Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis at New York’s prestigious 92nd Street Y, a series of in-depth interviews with the fashion industry’s most talented, successful, and legendary personalities. Featuring nineteen inspiring interviews with American fashion luminaries, this engaging book introduces readers to the real artists behind these…
April 2015 | Hardcover | 448 pages | $55.00
Written by Carlo Petrini, Translated by John Irving
Inspiring the global fight to revolutionize the way food is grown, distributed, and eaten. In the almost thirty years since Carlo Petrini began the Slow Food organization, he has been constantly engaged in the fight for food justice. Beginning first in his native Italy and then expanding all over the world, the movement has created a powerful force for change.
September 2015 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $24.95
Written by Gillian Newberry, Foreword by Sir John Richardson
The first monograph on the work of renowned twentieth-century British decorator and antiques dealer Geoffrey Bennison. Geoffrey Bennison (1921–1984) ranks among England’s most influential designers, defying conventional notions of style to conjure up magnificent settings for discerning clients who loved his theatrical and romantic sensibility. The master of the layered look, he used antique textiles with his own fabrics to achieve a complex mix of scale, pattern, and color in inventive shades such as his evocative…
March 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $60.00
Written by Tourbillon International
This one-of-a-kind catalog features the highest-quality complicated timepieces from the world’s most luxurious watchmakers.
June 2015 | Hardcover | 528 pages | $35.00
Edited by Cecilia Alemani, Foreword by Donald R. Mullen, Jr., Contribution by Johanna Burton and Linda Yablonsky
The definitive book on High Line art, the public art program on the High Line, one of the most popular destinations in New York City. High Art surveys the first five years of art on the High Line, the unique elevated park in New York City created through the repurposing of an abandoned railway line. Since 2009, when the High Line was opened to the public, nineteen million visitors have been witness to more than 100…
May 2015 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $45.00
Written by Ian Schrager, Contribution by Philippe Starck, John Pawson and Julian Schnabel
Long awaited, this volume spans almost forty years of contemporary high design as masterminded by Ian Schrager. Known for being the originator of the mythical Studio 54, as well as a creator of the boutique hotel, Ian Schrager has done much more than create, design, and manage hotels, restaurants, clubs, residential buildings, and various real estate developments throughout the world—he has challenged and redefined the idea of luxury and glamour. These spaces are renowned destinations for…
May 2015 | Hardcover | 408 pages | $75.00
Written by India Hicks, Foreword by H.R.H The Prince of Wales
From India Hicks, a beautifully illustrated guide to achieving her famously undone, gloriously bohemian decorating style. Born from British and design royalty, India Hicks has forged a design empire from her family’s enclave in the Bahamas. In India Hicks: Island Style, she invites readers into her world, offering never-before-seen imagery and irresistible behind-the-scenes stories. Beginning with an uproarious reflection on India’s own design odyssey, the heart of the book is an in-depth exploration of her style….
March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $45.00
Written by Patrick O’Connell, Foreword by Martha Stewart, Photographed by Gordon Beall and Derry Moore
The remarkable story of the architecture and interior design of America’s most famous country inn and restaurant. The transformation of the internationally acclaimed Inn at Little Washington—from a rural garage into a sumptuous country house hotel—reads like an enchanted fairy tale. Legendary chef and owner Patrick O’Connell tells the story of how this property was reimagined with a team of skilled designers and architects. The inn, which opened in 1978, is considered a masterpiece in American…
April 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $50.00
Written by Bryan Ray Turcotte, Michelle Carr and Gary P. Dent, Edited by Chelsea Hodson
The untold history of the seminal cultural venue Jabberjaw—the underground star of Los Angeles’s historic indie scene of the 1990s. Billing itself as a “coffeehouse art gallery” when it opened in 1989, Jabberjaw quickly became not only the cornerstone of the Los Angeles post-punk scene but also a hub of the underground music scene nationwide. Bridging the gap between punk and indie, Jabberjaw was a bastion of counterculture that hosted shows for bands from the obscure…
August 2015 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $55.00
Written by Barbara Dayer Gallati
An affordably priced companion to the exhibition catalog Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends. An ideal introduction to the work of this popular American artist, John Singer Sargent: Painting Friends features a selection of forty of the artist’s portraits of his close circle, including artists, writers, actors, and musicians.
March 2015 | Trade Paperback | 96 pages | $15.00