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Dresses to Dream About

Dresses to Dream About

Written by Christian Siriano

In this personal, insider’s look at his own work, Christian Siriano takes his fans through the creation of his favorite gowns, from sketch to dress.

Photography of the Siriano at work in his Manhattan studio and narration by the designer himself track the design process, and give a behind-the-scenes look at the work of one of America’s leading young fashion stars. Sketches, mood boards, and photographs of the designer at work in his Manhattan studio give a…

November 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $45.00

Elizabeth Peyton

Elizabeth Peyton

Text by Kirsty Bell

This beautiful volume focuses on a five-year period in Elizabeth Peyton’s evolving career to suggest not only a visual chronicle of an age, its heroes, heroines, and interests, but also of an individual’s life—that of Peyton herself.
 
Elizabeth Peyton’s work has been renowned since the early 1990s, when she began exhibiting her paintings and drawings of artists, musicians, historical figures, and friends. This new volume, prepared by the artist in collaboration with designer Brendan Dugan, founder…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $75.00

Erro

Erro

Written by Hannah Black, Alain Jouffroy, Kevin McGarry and Ruba Katrib, Contribution by Danielle Kvaran

The first major English-language monograph on Icelandic Pop artist Erró establishes his primacy among today’s significant figurative artists. Erró, Iceland’s most prominent painter, receives long overdue critical attention for his contributions to international Pop, late Surrealism, and contemporary figurative painting in this sumptuous monograph. Since introducing exclusively source-image-based painted collage to the European Pop movement in 1959, Erró has produced an influential body of work mining cartoons and art history on canvases marked by political satire…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $65.00

Fabulous!

Fabulous!

Written by Mitchell Owens, Preface by Tom Britt, Afterword by Paige Rense Noland

This first book on the famed designer, renowned for rooms with bold color palettes, strongly graphic style contrasts, multicultural allusions, and stylish innovations, is a sweeping survey of his fifty-year career.

Ever since Tom Britt opened his New York–based firm in 1964, he has been creating dramatic environments for his high-profile clients on multiple continents. His masterful design palette, with a wonderfully exotic slant, includes plush upholstered furniture, boldly patterned carpets, seductive lighting, and an elegantly…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $75.00

Family Christmas Treasures

Family Christmas Treasures

Written by Kacey Barron

The Family Christmas Treasures collection of fine art and literature, at once both classic and contemporary, celebrates the warm, loving, family Christmas as it is enjoyed throughout the world. It focuses on the secular aspects of a family Christmas: spending time with loved ones, exchanging gifts, anticipating the arrival of Santa Claus, decorating the tree and home, cooking and feasting, caroling, and all the other delights that we associate with the magic of the season. Included…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $17.98

Fashion Together

Fashion Together

Edited by Lou Stoppard, Foreword by Andrew Bolton

Fashion is often seen as an industry of eccentric personalities and unique, exceptional talents but it’s the collaborators, rather than the individuals, who underpin the industry and inspire this book. This stylish volume, compiled by Lou Stoppard, editor-at-large of London’s SHOWstudio, delves into the behind-the-scenes worlds of the fashion industry’s most intriguing partnerships to explore what, exactly, makes these pairs such magical duos. Featuring eighteen illuminating conversations led by Stoppard, Fashion Together: Fashion’s Most Extraordinary Duos on…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $75.00

Fiorucci

Fiorucci

Edited by David Owen, Foreword by Sofia Coppola

A playful celebration of one of the most irreverent labels in fashion and design.

Fifty years after its founding by Elio Fiorucci in 1967, the iconic Milanese fashion label is entering a new phase of ingenuity. Published to coincide with the fiftieth anniversary of the label and the glittering unveiling of its new collection and retail stores, this book is a tribute to the history of a pioneering brand and a celebration of its colorful…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 184 pages | $45.00

Genieve Figgis

Genieve Figgis

Written by Alison Gingeras, Contribution by Dodie Kazanjian

“…trippy, drippy figurative paintings that are remixes of specific historical paintings, whose vibe is super fresh and funny.” —JUXTAPOZ magazine

Combining the dark wit of Francisco Goya with the lush painterly style of Elizabeth Peyton, Dublin-based artist Genieve Figgis is the painter of the moment. Within just a few years of leaving school, she has become a favorite of critics and artists alike, including Richard Prince, the art world’s resident provocateur. Remarkably prolific, Figgis paints quickly…

November 2017 | Hardcover | 160 pages | $45.00

Gio_Graphy

Gio_Graphy

Written by Giovanna Battaglia, Foreword by Natalie Massenet

A witty guide to living the glam the life from an international style star, featuring hilarious anecdotes, fashion advice, and much more.

Dubbed a “cyber icon” and “fashion heroine” by the New York Times, Italian fashion editor and stylist Giovanna Battaglia is known for her colorful street style and fun-loving personality. Her monthly column in W chronicles fashion, art, and adventure. In this, her first book, she has written an irreverent how-to guide for dressing…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $39.95

Giuseppe Penone: Matrice

Giuseppe Penone: Matrice

Written by Giuseppe Penone and Massimiliano Gioni

An elegant volume dedicated to one of today’s most admired artists, celebrating the unveiling of his first contemporary permanent installation ever realized in Rome.
One of the most important living sculptors and a legendary figure associated with the revolutionary 1960s Arte Povera movement, Giuseppe Penone has combined radicality and classicism in a personal style that has been admired for half a century. Combining materials such as wood, wax, leather, marble, and bronze, his sculptures reveal a…

September 2017 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $45.00

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