Spanning two centuries, Jacob Gallagher and the Phaidon editors reveal their collective take on the most influential designers, brands, photographers, models, stylists, art directors, editors, medi
“As a biography of the title character, Miss Dior falls short, but as an exceptional discussion on France during WWII and the couture industry, it is fascinating reading and will n
Dior and Roses is a commemorative catalogue for an exhibition that began in May of this year and will end at the end of October.
“a three-decades-long time capsule of the voices of the youth culture and what was on their minds . . .”
Marimekko: The Art of Printmaking is a celebration for one of the most renowned and recognizable “créateurs” of the last and present centuries.
United Arrows serves as a chronicle, a diary of sorts, about a revolution and the trajectory of a retailer and brand that have been in business for 30 years in Tokyo.
Most savvy and informed fashion readers will be ecstatic with the content of The Perfect Imperfection of Golden Goose.
A vast majority of devoted and knowledgeable readers or fashion followers could easily say it was the best of the times, it was the worst of times!
Aahh . . . the halcyon days of the ’70s when New York City and the world was planet disco.
The unique aspects of Bill Cunningham Was There is that he can easily be considered in any or all of the categories that comprise the genre of photography: designer, muse, and per
The reader of this exquisitely rendered monograph is in for quite a surprise.
John Galliano states in the Foreword of Vogue: Fantasy & Fashion “you are working with the most talented people in the industry to produce excellence, to create this moment.”
A chameleon is defined as a person who often changes his or her beliefs or behavior in order to please others or to succeed.
“unexpected treasure of a book . . .”
“Without hats there is no civilization.”
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.
Brace yourself, because if you, as the prospective reader, are waiting for another mega-sized coffee table monograph then you will be disappointed.
Once Upon a Diamond is most definitely more than a history of family jewels.
“Don’t take fashion shows too seriously!”
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.
What this book represents is something more than just a glossy coffee table offering focused on female designers as it shines a light on many designers who have long been forgotten as well as quite
Diana Vreeland was never short on proclamations of fashion and style as well as living life in a most fashionable and particular way.
From the title the prospective reader will expect a history and love letter to the ateliers of Maison Lesage.
One of the first things that must be considered when reading In Pursuit of Fashion is that there will be repetition of information given that there are three contributing a
Jean Patchett was a ubiquitous part of the halcyon days of fashion in the ’50s.
Rarely, if ever, has this reader come across a book of this genre that was as thoroughly annotated, enlightening, informative and just incredible on so many different levels.