New Books Available in September

Fall is upon us and, although it’s been a most unusual summer, it will be missed. To help ease the transition, we’re thrilled to bring you our new Fall 2020 list. Let these works by art, fashion, design, and culinary notables inspire you and remind you once again of the magic of the world around us. See our September releases below and stay tuned to learn about our other books on sale throughout the season.

Image from The World of Federico Forquet


Designing History
The Extraordinary Art & Style of the Obama White House

The long-awaited insider’s look at one of the design milestones of the twenty-first century: Michael S Smith’s celebrated decoration of the Obama White House, written with Margaret Russell and featuring a foreword by Michelle Obama. (Photo: Michael Mundy)

More Beautiful: All-American Decoration

Interior designer Mark D. Sikes is back with a new book of his interiors, filled with blue-and-white vignettes, wicker, saturated color, and pretty patterns.

Expressive Interiors: Designing An Inviting Home

From the Third Coast comes this inspirational interiors book by award-winning interior designers Sandra Lucas and Sarah Eilers, who show us how to design inviting homes with a classical backbone that are stylish and versatile for today’s living.

Architectural Digest: The Most Beautiful Rooms in the World

An unrivaled survey of the most exciting contemporary interior design across the globe, curated by the editors of ten international editions of Architectural Digest.

A Tale of Interiors

Emily Ward and Louisa Pierce of Pierce & Ward present the whimsical, layered, incredibly chic, and livable interiors for such Hollywood powerhouses as Brie Larson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dakota Johnson, Kate Hudson, and Karen Elson. Pierce & Ward artfully blend classic elements and fanciful touches, creating an irresistible kaleidoscope of patterns, textures, art, and objects.

A Home for All Seasons
Gracious Living and Stylish Entertaining

Danielle Rollins is renowned for her elegant touch. In her second book, she welcomes readers into her world and shows them how to create gorgeous style at home in rooms tailor-made for gatherings, get-togethers, cocktail hours, dinner parties, and intimate suppers.

The Lives of Others
Sublime Interiors of Extraordinary People

From a 17th-century Italian palace and retreats in the Swiss Alps and Morocco to artists’ studios and noble residences in Austria and Spain, Simon Watson takes the reader into highly personal environments that reveal the creativity and personality of their esteemed inhabitants.

Inside Marrakesh
Enchanting Homes and Gardens

Contemporary design meets Marrakesh’s splendid artistic heritage in a fresh burst of color, form, and texture through a panoply of sensual houses and gardens. Noted designer Meryanne Loum-Martin provides entrée into the extraordinary residences of this fabled city’s leading tastemakers.

S Is for Style: The Schumacher Book of Decoration

Are you “High Style” or “Boho,” or maybe “Happy Modern” or “Trad with a Twist”? The legendary fabrics and wallpapers house of Schumacher shows how you can use their iconic prints and patterns to create a variety of beautiful, chic interiors in the style that most suits you.

Assembled in Light
The Houses of Barnes Coy Architects

Throughout their twenty-five-year commitment to modern design, Barnes Coy Architects have specialized in one-of-a-kind dream houses designed for those who prefer to live in highly spatial and modern ways. Assembled in Light is the first exclusive look at this firm’s previously unpublished body of high-end residential work.


An Entertaining Story

Style icon India Hicks’s charming take on entertaining, featuring dreamy tablescapes, found centerpieces, and enjoyable family anecdotes.

The Art of Soup From Six Simple Broths

Easy to follow, this book is a master class on how to use six “mother broths” to create more than sixty delicious, zero-waste soups that can be nutritious full meals or accompaniments to larger celebrations.

Modern Kosher
Global Flavors, New Traditions

This dynamic, inspiring set of recipes includes Asian, Indian, Latin, European, and Israeli influences, fresh ingredients, and modern techniques to present a bright, elevated vision of everyday kosher cooking.

Petite Patisserie

A delightful volume devoted to the delicate, charming treats that are the soul of France’s neighborhood patisseries. With Felder’s expert guidance, any home cook can now re-create the sweet enchantments and small indulgences that are the hallmark of many a holiday in France.

Entertaining Chic!
Modern French Recipes and Table Settings for All Occasions

Claudia Taittinger, of the famed Taittinger Champagne family, shares her secrets for hosting successful dinner parties with sophistication and style, including tried-and-true recipes sure to delight even the most discerning guest.


Reflections of Paradise: The Gardens of Fernando Caruncho

The much-anticipated comprehensive survey of one of the world’s most acclaimed landscape garden designers, famous for his extraordinarily sophisticated use of light and geometry in nature.


Dior Hats
From Christian Dior to Stephen Jones

Christian Dior himself wrote in his Little Dictionary of Fashion: “A hat is essential to any outfit. It completes it. In a way, a hat is the best way to express your personality.” Dior Hats celebrates the great hats of Dior, as chosen by Stephen Jones, one of the most revered milliners of our times.

The World of Federico Forquet
Italian Fashion, Interiors, Gardens

Through his long life, Federico Forquet has been a couturier who learned his craft at Balenciaga’s side and clothed the best-dressed women of the day; a decorator of interiors of singular style and charm; and a creator of magical gardens. The World of Federico Forquet is a sweeping survey of his life’s work that brings together the many worlds of this creative visionary.

Beautiful Creatures
Jewelry Inspired by the Animal Kingdom

Creatures from the animal kingdom represented in exquisite jewelry by renowned masters Cartier, Bulgari, Tiffany & Co., JAR, Belperron, David Webb, Schlumberger, Boucheron, and many other brilliant jewelers.

Harper’s Bazaar: First in Fashion

A fascinating look at one of the most groundbreaking publications in the world, this volume traces its colorful history and the important figures who have shaped it, influencing fashion–and more broadly, culture–decade after decade.

The Sartorialist: MAN
Inspiration Every Man Wants, Education Every Man Needs

Whether you’re Trad or Goth, Boomer or Gen X, wear tailored or vintage, The Sartorialist: MAN—from renowned photographer and blogger Scott Schuman—will help you explore and hone your personal expression of style in the streetwear age.

Dior Joaillerie
The A to Z of Victoire de Castellane

A lavish celebration of twenty years of Dior Joaillerie showcasing the breathtaking creations of creative director Victoire de Castellane through an extravagant illustrated dictionary.

Once Upon a Diamond
A Family Tradition of Royal Jewels

A remarkable history of jewelry told through the stories of the royal families of Italy, Greece, Belgium, Russia, and Yugoslavia. Also included are exclusive and previously unpublished designs by Prince Dimitri, which juxtapose uncommon materials and color in imaginative yet timeless forms.


Mark Gonzales

Mark Gonzales—aka The Gonz—is one of the most recognizable names in skateboarding, art, and street style. Widely revered as the inventor of street skating, Gonzales has remained one of the most prolific innovators in both skateboarding and contemporary art.

George Harrison: Be Here Now

An unofficial publication celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the release of All Things Must Pass, this book contains never-before-seen photographs from Feinstein’s archive as well as ephemera relating to these seminal releases.


The Louvre
The History, The Collections, The Architecture

Experience the Louvre’s majestic halls, grand galleries, and stunning artworks in this exquisite visit to the world-renowned museum­–highlighting beloved works of art alongside hidden gems, all situated in the palace’s stunning architectural spaces.

Karen LaMonte

The first major monograph on feminist sculptor—features her hauntingly beautiful and highly charged works that challenge the historic conceptions of the female nude.

Wolf Kahn
Paintings and Pastels, 2010-2020

A celebration of the work of the beloved American artist Wolf Kahn (1927-2020), this volume focuses on the vivid colors of his luscious landscapes made in oil and in pastel during the last decade of his life. The last study of Kahn’s art to be produced during his lifetime, and prepared in close collaboration with the artist, this publication now serves as a memorable tribute to his remarkable talents and legacy.

Wolf Kahn’s Trees Along the River, 2016

Clyfford Still: The Late Works

An exclusive look at the late work of one of the most influential and enigmatic painters, whose late-career paintings are virtually unknown to the public and many are published here for the first time.

Roy Lichtenstein
History in the Making, 1948-1960

Roy before he was Lichtenstein: the path to becoming a Pop Art titan began with Lichtenstein’s cycling through a provocative range of visual culture, from fairy tales and children’s and folk art to mythic forms of Americana, such as cowboys and Disney.


Polar Tales
The Future of Ice, Life, and the Arctic

The Arctic is the ground zero of climate change, and the polar bear is on the front line. Filled with groundbreaking photography that reveals the breathtaking landscapes of the Arctic and the transformations of the environment through the changing lives of polar bears, it’s a firsthand report from the top of our planet.

Antarctica: The Waking Giant

Explorer Sebastian Copeland’s stunning photography delivers unparalleled access to the least explored continent on Earth and galvanizes our awareness of the threats of global warming.

Blood Moon: Rescuing the Rhino

Following a lifetime of animal rescue and African wildlife conservation efforts, Beverly and Dereck Joubert raise the alarm to the plight of the rhino. This oversize volume is both a celebration of these magnificent animals and a call to action to save them from vanishing forever.

Who Cares Wins
Reasons for Optimism in our Changing World

“In her book, Lily Cole manages to make us feel responsible for our choices and only guilty if we don’t start making better, more sustainable ones, for ourselves, our family, our planet. It is quite a feat and one borne of her honesty and vulnerability about what she has learned and how her beliefs and choices have changed over time. Who Cares Wins is full of generosity from the author and a call to its readers that more can be possible if we imagine it and care about who wins in every choice we make.”

—Chelsea Clinton, author and advocate


The Art of the Vintage Motorcycle

This is the most beautiful book of its kind: celebrating the art and design of the luxury motorcycle by presenting forty of the best-designed and most enduringly iconic motorcycles ever made, spanning half a century.


Hiking Trails of the Pacific Northwest
Northern California, Oregon, Washington, Southwestern British Columbia

This official book celebrates the trails of the Pacific Northwest with stunning photography, maps, rarely seen archival photos, and information-packed text by top regional hiking authors that brings the history of the trails to life.