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The Hidden Art

The Hidden Art

Written by Valérie Rousseau, Preface by Anne-Imelda Radice, Contribution by Jane Kallir, Photographed by Visko Hatfield

Published in collaboration with the American Folk Art Museum. This unparalleled survey celebrates the works of one of the world’s most important collections of self-taught artists.
 
The Hidden Art reveals for the first time an exceptional trove of contemporary and historic artworks by an exemplary roster of international self-taught artists from the collection of Audrey B. Heckler. Heckler, who has been building her extensive collection with the highest criteria of quality and rigor since the early…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $50.00

House Style

House Style

Edited by Hamish Bowles, Foreword by Duke of Devonshire, Text by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell and Charlotte Mosley, Introduction by Countess of Burlington

Chatsworth has been home to the Cavendish family and the hereditary dukes of Devonshire since the original Elizabethan house was built on the site purchased by Sir William Cavendish in 1549. A famous historic house in England, Chatsworth is renowned as much for its fashionable history—its majestic dresses and tiaras, its magnificent lace and splendid uniforms—as its unrivaled collection of art, its palatial gardens, and its celebrated family dynasty.
 
House Style takes the reader through…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

How They Decorated

How They Decorated

Written by P. Gaye Tapp, Foreword by Charlotte Moss

How They Decorated illustrates some of the great rooms of the twentieth century, whose stylish residents influence our tastes today.
 
Gloria Vanderbilt cleverly noted, “Decorating is autobiography.” Reflecting that truism, the interiors in this book capture the individual approaches of these icons of style: Bunny Mellon’s spare all-American elegance; Hélène Rochas’s refined sophistication; Vanessa Bell’s colorful bohemianism; Mona von Bismarck’s breezy opulence; and Georgia O’Keeffe’s earthy chic. Author P. Gaye Tapp analyzes each of her…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Hungry for France

Hungry for France

Written by Alexander Lobrano, Contribution by Jane Sigal, Photographed by Steven Rothfeld

A culinary tour of some of the most alluring inns, food producers, restaurants, and winemakers of France, with more than seventy-five recipes updating classic regional dishes.
 
Every food lover’s ultimate dream is to tour the countryside of France, stopping off at luxurious inns with world-class restaurants and sampling fresh produce from local markets. Imagine having as your guide a savvy bon vivant, someone who lives for the pleasures of the table and knows just where…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 262 pages | $17.98

I Actually Wore This

I Actually Wore This

Written by Tom Coleman and Jerome Jakubiec

A celebration of the fashion missteps of otherwise stylish individuals—from celebrities and fashion and media insiders to regular humans.
 
In everyone’s closet, there is one article of clothing that truly demonstrates a momentary lapse in fashion judgment. I Actually Wore This is the first book to celebrate these fashion blunders and lets us in on how and why they happened: the purple velour jumpsuit that was supposed to make you look dangerous, the Baron von…

March 2017 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $35.00

In Full Flower

In Full Flower

Written by Gemma Ingalls and Andrew Ingalls

This gorgeously photographed volume celebrates the most influential floral designers today.
 
In Full Flower is a compilation of a new wave in contemporary floral design, featuring artists who combine traditional techniques with an organic, free-form, “back-to-nature” style. The opposite of buttoned-up and manicured arrangements, this survey includes over twenty of the most celebrated and influential artists across the United States who are rewriting the rules of floral design.
 
In Full Flower is the first…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $45.00

Les Francaises

Les Francaises

Written by Sonia Sieff, Edited by Patrick Remy, Contribution by Boris Bergmann

Sonia Sieff presents a collection of nudes ranging from alluring actresses to It girls.
 
With Paris and its interiors as a frequent backdrop, Sonia Sieff gives readers an intimate portrait of some of France’s most recognizable faces. From fashion models to writers and ballet dancers, Sieff captures the distinct personality of each while also depicting a unique sense of place. Beautifully staged and artfully shot, this book goes beyond Sieff’s previous commercial work that has…

February 2017 | Hardcover | 160 pages | $45.00

London Sartorial

London Sartorial

Written by Dylan Jones

The new looks, updated traditions, and influential designers defining men’s fashion today, from the world’s capital of gentlemen’s style.
 
Combining the unique heritage of gentlemen’s tailoring with a progressive approach to street style, London is fast becoming the world’s capital of men’s fashion. For this book, Dylan Jones presents a discerning sartorialist’s guide to the capital, from London’s coolest neighborhoods to the studios of its most influential designers and beyond.
 
Beginning with an exploration…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $45.00

Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes

Manolo Blahnik: The Art of Shoes

Written by Cristina Carrillo de Albornoz, Foreword by Rafael Moneo, Photographed by Carlo Draisci

Through a playful series of alphabetical vignettes, Manolo Blahník reveals his ideas and inspirations in newly photographed examples of shoes and whimsical drawings.
 
The shoes of Manolo Blahník have been called “magical totems of success and femininity” (The Guardian) and boast a cult following of devotees the world over. With their sleek elegance and distinctive fashion edge, “Manolos” are at once fascinating and timeless, their design a beautiful combination of chic, playfulness, and flair.
 

March 2017 | Hardcover | 128 pages | $45.00

Mark Tobey

Mark Tobey

Written by Debra Bricker Balken

Accompanying a major retrospective, this long-overdue survey establishes Mark Tobey as a pioneering champion of abstraction in America.
 
The first comprehensive English-language monograph on Mark Tobey in forty years, this book traces the evolution of this artist’s groundbreaking style and his significant yet under-recognized contributions to abstraction and midcentury American modernism.
 
One of the foremost American artists to emerge from the 1940s, a decade that saw the rise of Abstract Expressionism, Tobey (1890–1976) is now…

May 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $55.00

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