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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

Brigitte March Niedermair

Brigitte March Niedermair

Edited by Gianfranco Maraniello

An intimate look at the paintings of Giorgio Morandi, as seen through the revelatory photographs of Brigitte Niedermair. This gorgeous volume follows a major exhibition at MAMBO in Bologna, Italy, in which artist Brigitte Niedermair explores the concept of “horizon” through photographic explorations. Divided into two parts, the first series of photographs titled “transition_Giorgio Morandi” reflects on the subtlety of Morandi’s paintings and objects in the artist’s studio, in an attempt to understand the tensions, emotions,…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 128 pages | $40.00

Building Chicago

Building Chicago

Written by John Zukowsky, Foreword by Gary T. Johnson

Building Chicago presents the best of this country’s first city of architecture. Colloquially known as America’s “second city,” Chicago is widely regarded as this country’s crown jewel when it comes to architecture. The roster of masters who have helped shape its skyline and streetscape stands as a who’s who of the architectural pantheon from the last two hundred years, from Louis Sullivan, Daniel Burnham, and Frank Lloyd Wright to Mies van der Rohe and Frank Gehry….

October 2016 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $85.00

Capability Brown

Capability Brown

Written by John Phibbs, Photographed by Joe Cornish

In celebration of his 300th year, a definitive survey of Capability Brown’s most famous gardens and landscapes in Britain. Widely acknowledged as the most influential landscape designer of his age, Lancelot “Capability” Brown was to England what Frederick Law Olmsted was to America—responsible for shaping the very ideal of the nation’s parkland. Brown’s ambition was to bring out of a landscape the best of its potential rather than impose his own ideas upon it. His designs…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 280 pages | $65.00

The Carhartt WIP Archives

The Carhartt WIP Archives

Preface by Ian Luna, Edited by Michel Lebugle and Anna Sinofzik, Text by Gary Warnett and Mark Kessler

Back in the eighties, when the Western world was deluged by a wave of blue denim, Carhartt’s brown duck work coats entered the streets as an antidote. Detached from their original raison d’être of attiring hard-working men in mines and on railroad tracks, they arrived in our cities as some sort of new anti-denim. Soon after, and largely due to the efforts of Carhartt’s European distributor Work in Progress, the American workwear classic evolved into the…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 428 pages | $55.00

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera

Written by Carolina Herrera, Text by JJ Martin

Perennial favorites on red carpets around the world, Herrera’s gowns are favored by First Ladies (from Jackie Kennedy to Michelle Obama), celebrities (Renee Zellweger, Tina Fey, Penelope Cruz), international royalty, and her own faithful clientele for their refinement, timelessness, glamour, and romance. This first book on her design career is to be released on the occasion of the house’s thirty-fifth anniversary. The first name in American elegance, Carolina Herrera has distinguished herself in the global fashion world…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $75.00

Cecil Beaton at Home

Cecil Beaton at Home

Written by Andrew Ginger, Foreword by Hugo Vickers

A private view of the genius of Cecil Beaton, reflected through the lens of his town and country idylls, and his passion for interior design, gardening, and entertaining a circle of Bright Young Things. Cecil Beaton (1904–1980) was one of twentieth-century Britain’s Renaissance men: photographer, costume designer, set designer, playwright, creator of fashion fabrics, and writer on raffiné interiors and the personalities who inhabited them. He also happened to be a fine interior decorator. Cecil Beaton…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 368 pages | $85.00

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

Coach

Coach

Written by Joel Dinerstein, Foreword by Deborah Harry

Celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of this iconic luxury fashion brand, this book presents a vibrant visual survey of Coach’s continual exploration and redefinition of American style, infused with its distinctively cool New York City spirit. At the heart of Coach, arguably one the world’s most recognizable fashion brands, is its effortless New York style, cutting-edge design, craftsmanship, and authenticity. This volume explores the evolution of this American company, from its beginnings in 1941 in a small…

October 2016 | Trade Paperback | 290 pages | $75.00

Cooking School

Cooking School

Written by Alain Ducasse

Presenting nearly 200 recipes, each illustrated with full-color, step-by-step photographs, and expert instruction from master chefs, Cooking School is more than a cookbook—it’s a complete gourmet education. Recognized as one of the most renowned chefs and restaurateurs of his generation, Alain Ducasse also operates an acclaimed cooking school in the heart of Paris. Now as a gift to cooks and lovers of French cuisine around the world, he presents a new, fully updated collection of delicious…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 656 pages | $55.00

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