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March 31, 2015

Delve Deeper with Rizzoli’s YouTube channel

You can take a deeper look inside Rizzoli’s newest titles by visiting Rizzoli Publication’s YouTube channel. Narrated slideshows of our latest books, often narrated by the authors themselves, give greater insight into these new works all while giving you a sneak peek into previously unreleased art.

There are a number of videos already available for the Spring 2015 season, including:

The World of Shabby Chic: Beautiful Homes, My Story & Vision
At the heart of Shabby Chic is Rachel Ashwell’s unique take on characterful, time-worn, faded elegance underpinned with total comfort and a strong practical streak.

Patricia Underwood: The Way You Wear Your Hat
The ultimate celebration of the hat. Renowned milliner Patricia Underwood presents a visually stunning and informative look at the transformative value of the hat.

Snapshots of Dangerous Women
For the awesomely daring women in our lives comes the perfect gift: a jewel of a book that collects vintage candid snapshots of women enjoying unconventional activities.

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February 27, 2015

Look Inside Rizzoli’s Upcoming Spring Books

Looking for a sneak peek at our forthcoming books? You can preview excerpts of our Spring 2015 Rizzoli, Universe, and Skira Rizzoli titles on Issuu.

You can sign up for Issuu to follow your favorite book and magazine publishers, but sign up is not required. Just bookmark the webpage and check back to see the newest Rizzoli excerpts. More are uploaded every day so visit often!

You can find the Rizzoli Publications page here: 
www.issuu.com/rizzoli

You can also view our books by category by searching our “stacks” here:
 www.issuu.com/rizzoli/stacks

Here are just a few examples of upcoming Spring titles you can currently view on Issuu:

Top image from Nicky Haslam: A Designer’s Life

January 29, 2015

First Look: Rizzoli Spring 2015 Catalog

Though most of us may still be digging out from winter, it won’t be long before the trees begin to bud, the flowers bloom, and Spring will be upon us once again.

In the spirit of renewal, Rizzoli presents to you our newest crop of Spring 2015 titles, including books from:

Long-time Rizzoli authors and subjects like designer Charlotte Moss, the fashion house Louis Vuitton, celebrity baker Mich Turner, and our popular 1001 series;

Interior designers including Rachel Ashwell, founder of Shabby Chic, Windsor SmithIan Schrager, Barbara Westbrook, and Nicky Haslam;

Fashion notables such as actress Chloe Sevigny, creator of New York Fashion week Fern Mallis, hat designer Patricia Underwood, and fashion house Sacai;

Artists including John Singer Sargent, Basquiat, Frida Kahlo and Dustin Yellin;

Architecture and design subjects such as the tudor home, sustainable houses, classical architecture, and Sony electronics;

Pop Culture titles on such entertainers as Bob Dylan, New Order, and Kim Kardashian;

Cookbooks including Breakfast from George Weld of Egg in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; Real Maine Food from Ben Conniff, cofounder of Luke’s Lobster; and healthy eating from the founders of The Ranch at Live Oak;

And many, many more!

Top image from Highgrove: A Garden Celebrated

January 15, 2015

Kehinde Wiley to receive the
U.S. State Department Medal of Arts

Congratulations to artist Kehinde Wiley for being named this year’s recipient of the U.S. State Department Medal of Arts!

Secretary of State John Kerry will award Wiley on January 21st for his “substantive commitment to the U.S. State Department’s cultural diplomacy outreach through the visual arts”.
You can read more about this story via the New York Observer.

Image: After Jean-Auguste Dominique Ingres’ “The Virgin with the Host,” 2009. From Rizzoli’s Kehinde Wiley.

January 7, 2015

Less is More: 15 Tips to Live More Simply in the New Year

The start of a new year is always a great time to sit back, take stock of your life, and think about the improvements we could all stand to make in our lives. Whether you work too many hours, have slacked off at the gym, or desire to improve your personal relationships, there are many small changes we can make everyday to move us towards our goals.

One great life lesson to get you started is “Less is More”. Trying to do it all, be it all, and have it all is exhausting. Small, simple changes in the way we live can simplify our lives and leave us feeling relaxed and happy, instead of stressed and overwhelmed.

Domonique Bertolucci, a happiness expert and bestselling author of a successful series of inspirational books, brings us her newest work, Less is More: 101 Ways to Simplify Your Life: a collection of inspirational messages and advice that encourages the reader to enjoy life more by living a little more simply.

We offer you these 15 tips as inspiration to start your journey.


Live Your Life

‘Your time is limited so don’t waste it by trying to live someone else’s life.’
–Steve Jobs

When faced with a choice or decision in life, ask yourself, ‘What will make me happiest?’ While there will always be more you can do or achieve, being happy with who you are and the life you live is the only real goal to strive for.


Believe in Yourself

‘Men are not great or small because of their material possessions. They are great or small because of what they are.’
–James Cash Penney

If you find yourself thinking you need this or that in order to fit in, make the grade or be a part of things, remind yourself that nothing you can ever buy will make up for how you feel inside. Instead of spending your money buying things to build you up, invest your energy believing in who you are.


Don’t Try to Please Everyone

‘As soon as you’re done trying to please everyone else you actually have time to make yourself happy.’
–Delaney Curry

Trying to keep everyone happy is one of the fastest ways to make yourself unhappy. Although you might know a lot of people, there are probably only a few people who you really do love and cherish. Do what you can to bring joy and happiness to their lives and don’t worry about trying to please the rest.


Love Unconditionally

‘That’s what people who love you do. They put their arms around you and love you when you’re not so lovable.’
–Deb Caletti

It’s easy to love someone who is behaving in a lovable way. But it’s when they’re not being quite so lovable that they really need it. Love the people in your life for all that they are and with all of your heart. Loving unconditionally is the only real way to love.


Recharge Your Batteries

‘A little while alone in your room will prove more valuable than anything else that could ever be given you.’
–Rumi

When you live a busy life, it’s important to take time out to unwind. Regularly. Rather than waiting until your stress levels are at their peak, make time each day to sit quietly and relax, regardless of whether or not you feel like you need to.


Just Listen

‘Men are not great or small because of their material possessions. They are great or small because of what they are.’
–James Cash Penney

When someone comes to you with a problem, it’s all too easy to fall into solution mode. As good as telling someone what to do can make you feel, what they usually want is just to have you listen and, through your listening, have the chance to hear themselves think.


Enjoy the Ride

‘It is good to have an end to journey toward; but it is the journey that matters, in the end.’
–Ernest Hemingway

If, despite your efforts, you have failed to achieve a goal you have set, don’t be too hard on yourself. Remind yourself that what will matter at the end of your life isn’t how many things you have achieved, but how much you enjoyed the things you did.


Get in Touch

‘No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.’
–Aesop

Don’t put off getting in touch with a friend until you have time. If you find yourself thinking of someone, call them. Don’t let being busy be your excuse. Now is the perfect time to get in touch, no matter how briefly.


Try New Things

‘Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.’
–Albert Einstein

Avoid getting stuck in a rut. Although doing the same thing over and over can offer some minor comfort, to live a truly balanced life you need to fill it with a variety of experiences. Make a point of trying new things. You don’t have to like every single one of them, but it’s only through experience that you’ll know what you do enjoy.


Take Small Steps

‘If all you can do is crawl, start crawling.’
–Rumi

Every achievement in life begins at the beginning, so don’t be put off by the gap between where you are now and where you want to get. Ask yourself, ‘What is one small thing I can do that will take me one step closer to my goal?’ If you keep this up, over time these little steps will add up to a giant leap.


Rest Up

‘Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.’
–Hippocrates

If you are feeling unwell, rest. It’s such a simple notion, but something people rarely do. If you try to soldier on through an illness, you will usually just make it last longer. But if you can stop, rest and allow your body to heal, your recovery will be complete in no time.


Love Yourself

‘Your relationships with others are always a direct reflection of the relationship you have with yourself.’
–Michael Thomas Sunnarborg

When you find yourself criticising a friend, stop. Most of the time, the things we find most annoying about others are mirrors of the qualities we like least about ourselves. Before you judge a friend for not being perfect, take a moment to forgive yourself the same.


Do Your Best

‘If you look for perfection, you’ll never be content.’
–Leo Tolstoy

There really is no such thing as perfection. It’s entirely subjective, which makes it an impossible goal. Remind yourself that as long as you do your best, your best will always be good enough.


Be Confident

‘You wouldn’t worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.’
–Eleanor Roosevelt

If you are feeling nervous or self-conscious about a social situation, there really is no reason to. If you find yourself worrying what other people think, stop. They’re far too busy worrying what you think about them to be bothered thinking about you.


Go with the Flow

‘If things start happening, don’t worry, don’t stew, just go right along and you’ll start happening too.’
–Dr. Seuss

One of the biggest causes of stress is trying to force things to turn out the way you want them to. The truth is that in life, some things will go your way and unfortunately others won’t. Rather than trying to force the outcome you want, look at how you can work with things the way they actually are.

December 18, 2014

Happy Holidays from Rizzoli

Rizzoli Publications and Rizzoli Bookstore wish all of our friends and fans a happy and safe holiday season. We thank you for your encouragement throughout the year, and for your continued support of Rizzoli Bookstore in advance of our grand re-opening of next spring!

Image: Norman Rockwell’s Merry Christmas Grandma, We Came In Our New Plymouth.
© 2002 The National Museum of American Illustration, Newport, RI
From Rizzoli’s Family Christmas Treasures.

October 28, 2014

Holiday Recipes from Rizzoli: The Main Course

As we creep closer and closer to the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll serve your guests this Thanksgiving and beyond. Whether you’ll make a traditional turkey or choose to break away from the holiday norm, Rizzoli has tons of great recipes and entertaining ideas for you to follow.

Enjoy these MAIN COURSE recipes below, or visit News & Publicity page for recipes for Appetizers, Side Dishes, Vegetarian options, Desserts, Wine & Cocktails, and a New Year’s Lobster Fest. You can also visit the Food & Wine section of our website for plenty of inspiring cookbooks to spur your creativity.

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Holiday Recipes from Rizzoli: Side Dishes

As we creep closer and closer to the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll serve your guests this Thanksgiving and beyond. Whether you’ll make a traditional turkey or choose to break away from the holiday norm, Rizzoli has tons of great recipes and entertaining ideas for you to follow.

Enjoy these SIDE DISH recipes below, or visit News & Publicity page for recipes for Appetizers, the Main CourseVegetarian optionsDessertsWine & Cocktails, and a New Year’s Lobster Fest. You can also visit the Food & Wine section of our website for plenty of inspiring cookbooks to spur your creativity. (more…)

Holiday Recipes from Rizzoli: Appetizers

As we creep closer and closer to the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll serve your guests this Thanksgiving and beyond. Whether you’ll make a traditional turkey or choose to break away from the holiday norm, Rizzoli has tons of great recipes and entertaining ideas for you to follow.

Enjoy these APPETIZER recipes below, or visit News & Publicity page for recipes for the Main CourseSide DishesVegetarian optionsDessertsWine & Cocktails, and a New Year’s Lobster Fest. You can also visit the Food & Wine section of our website for plenty of inspiring cookbooks to spur your creativity.

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Holiday Dishes from Rizzoli: Vegetarian Options

As we creep closer and closer to the holiday season, it’s time to start thinking about what you’ll serve your guests this Thanksgiving and beyond. Whether you’ll make a traditional turkey or choose to break away from the holiday norm, Rizzoli has tons of great recipes and entertaining ideas for you to follow.

Enjoy these VEGETARIAN recipes below, or visit News & Publicity page for recipes for Appetizers, the Main CourseSide DishesDessertsWine & Cocktails, and a New Year’s Lobster Fest. You can also visit the Food & Wine section of our website for plenty of inspiring cookbooks to spur your creativity. (more…)

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