Blogger Shana Ting Lipton presents her take on the pop culture, history and inner workings of Savile Row, based on her review of Rizzoli’s Bespoke: The Men’s Style of Savile Row by James Sherwood. Click here to view this video and post on The Huffington Post.
Month: February 2011
We are pleased to announce that Harlem: A Century in Images is the winner of the 2010 Photography Award from The New York Society Library. The New York Society Library’s New York City Book Awards, established in 1996, honor books of literary quality or historical importance…
Famed movie critic Jeffrey Lyons will read from his new collection of anecdotes inspired by the columns written by his father, Leonard Lyons, taking us back to the Golden Age of New York City nightlife.
Jean Govini Salvadore presents her memoir in which she chronicles her life growing up during WWII and the luminaries she has met during her long life and career in PR, working first for Howard Hughes, then at the Villa d’Este on Lake Como.
Sam Lubell proudly unveils this new monograph comprised of seven decades’ worth of images of the city the acclaimed architectural photographer loved, celebrated, and made iconic.
Prolific author Erin McHugh introduces this celebration of the women (headline-makers and everyday women, alike) who are changing our view of the world.
Painter and author Alex Beard returns to the Rizzoli children’s book department for the New York City launch of his whimsical new illustrated tale.
Join us for a fashion show spotlighting the work of the exciting new designers featured in this book—many of whom will be guests of honor at this reception and book signing.
“The publication [of] a monograph that showcased the work of the Swiss photographer Karlheinz Weinberger — gritty images of Zurich teenagers who appropriated the look of the American rebel with intricately customized jeans and denim jackets — became something of a fetish for fashion designers.” Click here…