Arts, Design & Photography

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To say that Naeem Khan is a man of the cloth is an understatement and not to be confused with the usual meaning of the phrase.

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This is one of those books that requires a thirst for the past glories of what life was once all about for a small-town boy who “made good” in New York City.

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Brace yourself, because if you, as the prospective reader, are waiting for another mega-sized coffee table monograph then you will be disappointed.

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While the title, Anatomy of Style, may be quite alluring and magnetic, the content of Sophie Gachet’s latest effort is somewhat questionable and certainly one not aimed at an audience of s

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Incontrovertibly Philip Gefter did his homework when it came to writing about the lives, both professional and personal, of Richard Avedon.

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“The Beatles’ legend only grows in stature every year until now it is one of the best-known stories in entertainment history. Anything that remotely touches them is gold.”

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For three decades photographer Dana Gluckstein has been documenting the lives of indigenous nations.

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The subtitle to Beautiful Creatures is Jewelry Inspired by The Animal Kingdom, but prepare yourself to see some of the most spectacular jewelry ever produced whose jumping off poi

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There was a time (1960–1970) in the fashion cycle when the likes of Capucci, Fabiani, Sorelle Fontana, Simonetta, Galitzine, and Forquet were leaders in Italy’s answer to France’s haute couture; th

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Shoes, as a facet of fashion, have been sometimes seen by the fashion world as an art form.

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“In Sloat’s peculiar genius, in Hotel Almighty, she sets out to prove that there is ‘more than one way to chase away misery’ and she has done it by crafting beautifully rendered po

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Gravity Is Stronger Here by Phyllis B. Dooney and Jardine Libaire acts both as a time capsule and a group portrait.

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Once Upon a Diamond is most definitely more than a history of family jewels.

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“Don’t take fashion shows too seriously!”

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The most important aspect of Harper's Bazaar: First in Fashion is that it serves as a catalogue for a museum show that took place in Paris at the Musée des Arts Decoratifs.

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Gems is a journey through time for those who possess a neverending curiosity not just about the finished product, jewelry, but how each creative expression came to be from the time the raw

”Magnum Artists is a must-have for the libraries of art lovers and photography aficionados everywhere.”

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“This is rich journey worth taking for anyone with an interest in Russia and Russian culture, and it matters not at all whether you have been to Russia or not.”

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“Fashion is not always spelled out in capital letters.”

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“1967 was a vintage year in the history of muses, those extraordinary creatures endowed with an irresistible and mysterious je ne sais quoi that kindles the imagination and inspiration of

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Arlene Gottfried's photographs chronicle the excitement and everyday strangeness of a New York City long since forgotten.”

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Shaun Leane is a definitive example of the genre on every level.

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Studio 54: Night Magic serves as a catalog for an exhibit that took place at the Brooklyn Museum, which means that the parameters for assessing a book of this type within the genre differ

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Christopher Street by Mark Seliger is a magnificent volume of stunning photography and heartbreaking stories.

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Art After Stonewall is an engaging and illuminating chronicle of gay liberation.

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