David Foy would like to have to the reader believe that this is a book about Victoria Beckham and her prodigious design talents, which have thrust her into the fashion limelight.
It is undeniable that few jewelers can rival the likes of the brand Cartier.
Unquestionably the fashion landscape is scattered with heritage brands that have been reinvigorated and reimagined.
It is safe to say that Taffin is everything one might expect and nothing like one could possibly have imagined.
“Think: clothing as theater and spectacle!”
Regardless of the quality of the content of this book, the first thing that must be recognized and applauded is that the authors have found an aspect of fashion that has rarely been explored in boo
If you are in search of or require a “how to” manual or a book that speaks of the usual icons of men’s style, then please move on as those aspects of men and their individual style are not containe
If you ascribe to the adage that truth is stranger than fiction then step right up, this is a book that’s perfect for you.
While this book is a visual smorgasbord of all things Barneys, Barneys New York is above all an homage, love letter, visual diary, and celebration of a New York City retail institution tha
Relationships, both personal and professional, provide every reader with a particular frame of reference as well as singular perspective that might set us apart from our fellow readers. Having read
As any habitué of the fashion circuit will tell you, the most excitement happens off the catwalk and not during that 10 minute over the top display of a fashion designer’s latest collection.
Vivienne Becker is owed a debt for proffering the coveted, historical, symbolism, esthetic, and mystery of the pearl necklace, Akoya pearls, and of course Mikimoto.
Most often a book is really judged by its cover, which is seconded only by its title. Josh Sims has tackled several titles that all deal with men and their sartorial leanings and proclivities.
Coach: A History of New York Cool delivers far more than one expects especially if the reader is all about the glories of New York City as well as being a fan of the brand.
The first issue that slaps you in the face is the title of this book, especially once you examine the table of contents in The New French Couture.
Lydia Courteille can be classified as one of the most original and imaginative of the 21st century creators of haute joallier.
Be ready to have the legacy that is Brigitte Bardot unfold right in front of your eyes.
Having never been a tourist in New York City this might be a book that is a bit difficult to assess but here goes.
What can make or break a book dealing with this subject is the angle from which the author approaches the subject.
The two founders of the Coveteur seem to be all about the closet, its owner, its contents, and the homes that house all of that.
To say that Versace is a history of the brand is a tad misleading as the book is much more about Donatella Versace and the role she has played in the ascension of the brand.
In another case of expectation vs. reality, this reviewer is thrilled to write that the reality is far greater than the expectation.
Olympia Le-Tan can be appreciated on many levels. The book can be so many different things to each reader depending on the reader’s fashion education or trend exposure.
“I never think of myself as an icon. What is in other people's minds is not in my mind. I just do my thing. . . . Elegance is the only beauty that never fades." —Audrey Hepburn
“Just like meditation, coloring also allows us to switch off our brains from other thoughts and focus only on the moment, helping to alleviate free-floating anxiety.