HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE: Fashion & Art Books December 5, 2021
With the holidays right around the corner, the pressure’s on to find gifts that will have a lasting impact. Let us help you give what the fashion and art lovers on your list really want: books filled with unique and beautiful works that will inspire them for years to come.
Photo: François Nars from Persona
Seventeen years after publishing his best-selling debut Tom Ford (2004), fashion icon and provocative American designer Tom Ford brings us his highly anticipated second book—a visual ode to his eponymous brand created in 2005.
Tom Ford and Tom Ford 002 slipcased together as one deluxe package, including a Tom Ford signed bookplate. On sale December 21st.
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The catalogue for the exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, this volume details the history of the House of Dior, bringing to life Dior’s many sources of inspiration—from the splendor of flowers to classical and contemporary art.
In February 2021, Vogue launched “The United States of Fashion” documenting the post-COVID changes happening across the fashion landscape. Celebrating creators, artisans, and visionaries across the country, it pays tribute to the democratization of American fashion.
Celebrating 30 years of Dazed‘s boundary-pushing storytelling at the forefront of youth culture, this book reveals the past, present, and future of Dazed through its bold cover designs and manifesto-like headlines.
Tokyo-based Anrealage is known for introducing photochromatic textiles into dresses that change colors in response to light. This volume provides an instructive look at their process from designer Kunihiko Morinaga’s own point of view.
Marcelo Burlon is the driving force behind the iconic high-end Italian streetwear label County of Milan—a blend of fashion, music, nightlife, and aesthetic freedom.
This book captures the global #GANNIGirl movement and diverse network of creatives that surrounds the brand, alongside its ongoing efforts to become the most responsible version of itself.
In this new, limited-edition book, French makeup legend, beauty mogul, and esteemed photographer François Nars unveils his collection of more than 300 cinematic, avant-garde portraits of an exclusive list of contemporary creative icons.
Intimate stories from notable and influential women that change the narrative about postpartum, illustrating what life is really like after birth—not just days and weeks later, but also years afterward.
Photographer Chris Jackson has had unparalleled access to the Royal Family for over two decades. His new book is a celebration of the beloved monarch and a beautiful visual record of her extraordinary reign over the past twenty years.
In a world ever more congested and polluted with both toxins and noise, award-winning photographer Pete McBride takes readers on a once-in-a-lifetime escape to find places of peace and quiet—a continent-by-continent quest for the soul.
James Balog’s magnum opus on the human impact on our planet—from the threat of animal extinction to catastrophic wildfires, global warming as visualized through glacier melt, and increased ferocity of historic floods and storms.
Toyin Ojih Odutola’s extraordinary illustrated story that chronicles the lives of two fictional aristocratic Nigerian families if colonialist and slave-trade interventions had never disrupted the country.
Artist Ashley Longshore’s inspirational portraits of the most culturally seminal women in history, created in the artist’s colorful signature style.
A definitive and long overdue monograph revealing the extraordinarily prolific career of the American artist Wes Lang, whose frenetic and manic paintings bring together ideas and icons mined from a post-pop American landscape.
A retrospective on the life and art of this renowned Cuban-American artist, acclaimed for his refined and thought-provoking paintings with fantastical, Surrealist overtones.
A monumental volume devoted to one of the world’s largest and most spectacular collections of Cézannes.
Highlights from this small but exceedingly well-curated museum on the Gulf Coast of Florida, which boasts a world-class encyclopedic art and photography collection.
The only two-time winner of the prestigious Prix de West grand prize—the highest honor awarded for art of the American West—George Carlson is regarded as one of the most important American artists of his generation.
The beloved, best-selling cult classic encyclopedia of an imaginary world, created by Italian artist, architect, and designer Luigi Serafini, featuring a new design, new cover illustration, and 15 never-before-seen drawings.
Limited to 978 numbered copies, the Deluxe Edition of Codex Seraphinianus is bound in a cloth slipcase signed by Luigi Serafini, and includes a print signed by author. There are two print options, each a visual tribute to two great classic writers, Dante and Ovid, and their most important works. These two print options will ship at random when ordered from online retailers.
As a special offer, Rizzoli Bookstore is giving customers the opportunity to choose which print one will receive. To customize your choice, you MUST write which print you want in the comment box at checkout. Write either DIVINA COMMEDIA REMIX (top image) or METAMORPHOSEON REMIX (bottom image) when ordering.