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Patricia Underwood

Patricia Underwood

Written by Jeffrey Banks and Doria de la Chapelle, Foreword by Isaac Mizrahi

The ultimate celebration of the hat. Renowned milliner Patricia Underwood presents a visually stunning and informative look at the transformative value of the hat. Featuring cloches, top hats, visors, wide-brimmed hats, berets, fedoras, turbans, trilbies, sun hats, and more, this spirited volume luxuriates in the multifariousness of one of the most diverse accessories. Underwood shares her inspirations—from art, cinema, historical periods, and nature—as well as sharing her favorite hats. She also offers her readers guidelines on…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $50.00

Paula Pryke: Wedding Flowers

Paula Pryke: Wedding Flowers

Written by Paula Pryke, Photographed by Tim Winter

An essential book packed with exquisite photographs and amazing floral displays for planning every aspect of the wedding day and beyond, from London’s leading floral designer. Paula Pryke taps into the desire of every bride to make her wedding day special, and the choice of flower color, fragrance, and display is one of the most effective and fun ways to do so. She gives the bride the confidence and ability to design her own floral theme…

December 2014 | Hardcover | 248 pages | $35.00

The Photographer and the President

The Photographer and the President

Written by Richard Lowry

A new angle on Lincoln and his legacy, exploring the rich and suggestive dialogue between art, image, and politics at the time of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was one of the most photographed figures of his century. Richard Lowry explores Lincoln’s association with Alexander Gardner, the man who would create the most memorable and ultimately iconic images of the president, both in his studio and on the battlefields of the Civil War. Lowry’s book is…

May 2015 | eBook | 224 pages | $29.95

The Photographer and the President

The Photographer and the President

Written by Richard Lowry

A new angle on Lincoln and his legacy, exploring the rich and suggestive dialogue between art, image, and politics at the time of the Civil War. Abraham Lincoln was one of the most photographed figures of his century. Richard Lowry explores Lincoln’s association with Alexander Gardner, the man who would create the most memorable and ultimately iconic images of the president, both in his studio and on the battlefields of the Civil War. Lowry’s book is…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $29.95

The Practice of Classical Architecture

The Practice of Classical Architecture

Written by David Watkin, Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales

A thought-provoking architectural monograph on one of the most renowned and original classicist practices today. Quinlan and Francis Terry Architects is a British firm that specializes in new Classical architecture. Their work is a delightful expression—in plaster and marble, in brick and wood, in stone—of exuberant timelessness, where fluted columns rise beside doorways to explode in Corinthian capitals of exquisite craftsmanship and structural integrity. Throughout the work, attention to detail, to craftsmanship, and to reasoned proportions…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $65.00

The Ranch at Live Oak Cookbook

The Ranch at Live Oak Cookbook

Written by Alex Glasscock and Sue Glasscock, Foreword by Christopher Krubert, M.D., Contribution by Jeanne Kelley and Ysanne Spevack

The secrets behind the delicious vegetarian cuisine of one of the world’s greatest spas. You come to The Ranch at Live Oak for transformation. Nestled high in the hills of Malibu, California, this spa is consistently ranked among the best in the world because of its unique combination of luxury and rejuvenation. Through intensive physical exercise complemented by wholesome vegetarian meals that detoxify while they restore the body, guests come away with changed lives, their well-being…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $35.00

Ranches of the American West

Ranches of the American West

Written by Linda Leigh Paul, Photographed by Michael Mathers

The American ranch embodies a rich architectural tradition that has been passed down through generations of ranchers. This book presents twenty-five of the most spectacular Western ranches, including important historical structures and those designed for today’s newest ranch owners. With three hundred newly commissioned color photographs of ranches in Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, California, Oregon, New Mexico, and Texas, the book will appeal to ranch dwellers as well as homeowners inspired by this rustic and romantic architectural…

February 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $45.00

Real Maine Food

Real Maine Food

Written by Ben Conniff and Luke Holden, Photographed by Stacey Cramp

Down-home recipes from the best restaurants, food artisans, bakeries, and farmers across the state. Eating a hot buttered lobster roll is like taking a mini-vacation: it conjures the scent of salt in the air and the crash of waves on the rocks—the essence of a day at the beach in Maine. Now, with Real Maine Food you can re-create this humble delicacy as well as more than 100 other Maine dishes at home. Maine has developed…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $35.00

Sacai: A to Z

Sacai: A to Z

Written by Chitose Abe, Contribution by Sarah Mower, Sarah Andelman, Tim Blanks and Angelo Flaccavento

The first comprehensive and highly personal look into the work of Sacai, one of fashion’s most innovative and multidimensional houses. Since its founding in 1999, the fashion label Sacai has garnered a global fan base and praise from fashion industry titans including Karl Lagerfeld, Anna Wintour, and Suzy Menkes. Founder and designer Chitose Abe began her career working for Rei Kawakubo and Junya Watanabe at Comme des Garçons and has since perfected the collection of expressing…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 236 pages | $75.00

Sargent

Sargent

Written by Richard Ormond, Text by Elaine Kilmurray, Contribution by Trevor Fairbrother, Barbara Dayer Gallati and Erica Hirshler

Accompanying a major exhibition, this is the first book devoted to the career of this renowned American painter through his brilliant portraits. John Singer Sargent (1856–1925) was one of the leading painters of his generation, whose captivating portraits are universally admired for their insight into character, radiance of light and color, and painterly fluency and immediacy. This unprecedented book showcases Sargent’s cosmopolitan career in a new light—through his bold portraits of artists, writers, actors, and musicians,…

March 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $60.00

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