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The Gardener of Versailles

The Gardener of Versailles

Written by Alain Baraton, Translated by Christopher Brent Murray

INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards — 2014 Finalist

For gardening aficionados and Francophiles, a love letter to the Versailles Palace and grounds, from the man who knows them best. In Alain Baraton’s Versailles, every grove tells a story. As the gardener-in-chief, Baraton lives on its grounds, and since 1982 he has devoted his life to the gardens, orchards, and fields that were loved by France’s kings and queens as much as the palace itself. His memoir…

February 2014 | eBook | $13.99

The Glass of Fashion

The Glass of Fashion

Written by Cecil Beaton, Foreword by Hugo Vickers

Gorgeously repackaged, this reissue of the classic book presents the iconic photographer’s expert and witty reminiscences of the personalities who inspired fashion’s golden eras, and left an indelible mark on his own sense of taste and style. “The camera will never be invented that could capture or encompass all that he actually sees,” Truman Capote once said of Cecil Beaton. Though known for his portraits, Beaton was as incisive a writer as he was a photographer….

September 2014 | eBook | 400 pages | $14.99

The Hills of Chianti

The Hills of Chianti

Written by Piero Antinori, Translated by Natalie Danford

The head of Italy’s “first family” of winemaking reflects on the Antinoris’ six-hundred-year legacy and a life of good food and drink in the hills of Tuscany. If you know wine, you know the name Antinori. Since 1385, this noble Florentine family has produced some of Italy’s finest wines. The Hills of Chianti tells the story of the Antinoris and the Tuscany they call home, through seven iconic bottles that define their legacy. From the Tignanello…

September 2014 | eBook | 230 pages | $13.99

How To Be a Man

How To Be a Man

Written by Glenn O’Brien, Illustrated by Jean-Philippe Delhomme

The ultimate sartorial and etiquette guide, from the ultimate life and style guru. By turns witty, sardonic, and always insightful, Glenn O’Brien’s advice column has been a must-read for several generations of men (and their spouses and girlfriends). Having cut his teeth as a contributor at Andy Warhol’s Interview in its heyday, O’Brien sharpened them as the creative director of advertising at the hip department store Barneys New York for ten years before starting his advice…

April 2011 | eBook | $12.99

The Ideal Museum

The Ideal Museum

Written by Philippe Daverio

Philippe Daverio is one of Italy’s most important contemporary art historians, whose discerning comments about art are voraciously consumed by the public through his writing as editor of the famed magazine Art e Dossier and his platform on a leading Italian television program Passepartout. Now, in his first full-length work of narrative nonfiction, Daverio uses the conceit of creating his own perfect museum gallery and in the process reexamines major artistic masterpieces of Western art.

Daverio turns…

July 2013 | eBook | $19.99

In Love in New York

In Love in New York

Written by Caitlin Leffel and Jacob Lehman

New York is a city for lovers: In Love in New York guides the reader to the most romantic sights and destinations the city has to offer. Whether you want to watch the sun rise over the East River like Woody and Diane or enjoy a Cary Grant/Deborah Kerr moment at the top of the Empire State Building, there is no greater city than New York for couples in love. The book begins with “first impressions,”…

January 2015 | eBook | 208 pages | $14.99

The Intelligent Golfer

The Intelligent Golfer

Written by Scott Martin and Bryan Curtis

Teaching golf’s subtle nuances, enabling the golfer of any level to enjoy the game to its fullest. While there are shelves of books on swing mechanics, this is the one guide that teaches what you really need to know to play golf—especially handling the social nuances and getting the most enjoyment from the game both on and off the course. Whether a duffer or a scratch player, The Intelligent Golfer will teach you something about the…

January 2011 | eBook | $9.99

Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia

Written by Beppe Severgnini

What is it in the operatic Italian psyche that allows-indeed, forgives, even applauds-Italy’s premier for conducting a lifestyle as decadent as a Fellini extravaganza, while organizing an ongoing string of questionable behaviors and politically incorrect gaffes not seen since the days of Nero? All this, and yet Mr. Berlusconi remains completely “understood” by so many of his countrymen-some of whom keep coming back for more!
Best-selling writer Beppe Severgnini, who by explaining America to Italians humorously…

October 2011 | eBook | $11.99

The Many Lives of Miss K

The Many Lives of Miss K

Written by Jean-Noel Liaut, Translated by Denise Raab Jacobs

A life of glamour and tragedy, set against the watershed cultural and political movements of twentieth-century Europe. “Toto” Koopman (1908–1991) is a new addition to the set of iconoclastic women whose biographies intrigue and inspire modern-day readers. Like her contemporaries Lee Miller or Vita Sackville-West, Toto lived with an independent spirit more typical of the men of her generation, moving in the worlds of fashion, society, art, and politics with an insouciant ease that would stir…

October 2013 | eBook | 256 pages | $13.99

Parisian Chic Enhanced Ebook

Parisian Chic Enhanced Ebook

Written by Ines de la Fressange

This exclusive e-book edition of Parisian Chic includes features such as direct access to every website featured in the book, offering hundreds of shopping resources for Parisian fashion, beauty, and home products. Indexes of Ines’s favorite venues are grouped by brand or category: fashion, fashion accessories, beauty/wellness, home decoration, etc. Ines herself reads two excerpts from the book, divulging her light-hearted philosophy about how to be Parisian!
 
This e-book offers a world of elegance and joie…

October 2011 | eBook | $28.99

The Parisian Diet

The Parisian Diet

Written by Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen

France’s leading nutritionist Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen pinpoints why you struggle with weight loss diets and offers a plan for achieving your ideal weight while embracing life’s pleasures. Dr. Jean-Michel Cohen, France’s most popular dietician, has helped over two million patients worldwide reach their ideal weight and stabilize long term, all while savoring healthy, balanced meals. His progressive three-step weight loss plan includes 325 easy-to-prepare recipes, helpful hints, and practical checklists to get the weight off and keep…

February 2013 | eBook | 288 pages | $12.99

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 | $15.99

The Reach of Rome

The Reach of Rome

Written by Alberto Angela, Translated by Gregory Conti

In this unconventional and accessible history, Italian best-seller Alberto Angela literally follows the money to map the reach and power of the Roman Empire. To see a map of the Roman Empire at the height of its territorial expansion is to be struck by its size, stretching from Scotland to Kuwait, from the Sahara to the North Sea. What was life like in the Empire, and how were such diverse peoples and places united under one…

October 2013 | eBook | 412 pages | $13.99

Riccardo Muti

Riccardo Muti

Written by Riccardo Muti

“A vivid portrait of life at the top of a podium heap…[a] fascinating memoir – a must-read for all who would gain insights into what makes a dedicated and complicated man of music tick.”–Chicago Tribune
 
From a small town in the south of Italy to the pinnacle of the classical music world, Riccardo Muti has enthralled audiences across the globe as conductor of the world’s most prestigious orchestras and opera houses. Now, after fifty years on the…

September 2011 | eBook | $15.99

The Secrets of Italy

The Secrets of Italy

Written by Corrado Augias, Translated by Alta L. Price

One of Italy’s best-known writers takes a Grand Tour through her cities, history, and literature in search of the true character of this contradictory nation. There is Michelangelo, but also the mafia. Pavarotti, but also Berlusconi. The debonair Milanese, but also the infamous captain of the Costa Concordia cruise ship. This is Italy, admired and reviled, a country that has guarded her secrets and confounded outsiders. Now, when this “Italian paradox” is more evident than ever,…

April 2014 | eBook | $13.99

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