Published by DelMonico Books/Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Edited with text by Michael Darling. Foreword by Madeleine Grynsztejn. Text by Virgil Abloh, Samir Bantal, Anja Aronowsky Cronberg, Rem Koolhaas, Michael Rock, Taiye Selasi, Lou Stoppard, George Condo, Cali Thornhill Dewitt, Tremaine Emory, Kim Jones, Ben Kelly, Michèle Lamy, Heron Preston, Samuel Ross, Justin R. Saunders, Diane Solway, Amy Verner, Matthew Williams, Anna Wintour.
The essential volume on the great fashion designer, entrepreneur and Louis Vuitton artistic director, back in print
Published by DelMonico Books/Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Edited with text by Clarissa M. Esguerra, Michaela Hansen. Text by Meghan Doherty, Linda Komaroff, Leah Lehmbeck, Erin Sullivan Maynes, Rosie Chambers Mills, Mei Mei Rado, Britt Salvesen.
McQueen’s iconic fashion juxtaposed with historic textiles and works of art, revealing the designer’s dynamic approach to storytelling
One Hundred People and Ideas from a Century in Fashion
Published by Marsilio. Edited by Stefano Tonchi with Marco Pecorari. Text by Antoine Bucher, Sarah Cheang, Emanuele Coccia, Clarence Edgard-Rosa, Pamela Golbin, Valerie Steele, Marléne Van de Casteele.
A century of innovation from "the Bible of fashion and of high society," featuring magazine covers, illustrations, ephemera and more
Published by Actes Sud/Fondation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent. Text by Jérômine Savignon.
“Filled with books, photos, fabric swatches, and a wandering French bulldog, Yves Saint Laurent’s studio was a wonderfully chaotic and creative space. Fashion historian Jéromine Savignon’s new book opens the door into this magical world.” –W Magazine
Published by Reel Art Press. Edited by Tony Nourmand. Designed by Graham Marsh.
Back by popular demand, this stunning new Evergreen Edition of the worldwide bestseller delivers a pictorial celebration of the look and attitude of "Ivy." In the decade between 1955 and 1965 a coterie of discerning Hollywood hipsters appropriated the incomparable Ivy League clothing of America’s East Coast elite. These West Coast actors elevated The Ivy Look to the height of cool and defined a quintessentially American male dress code for a new generation of movie audiences. From the button-down hip of Steve McQueen, Paul Newman and Anthony Perkins to the preppy sensibilities of Woody Allen and Dustin Hoffman; the understated but carefully selected components of The Ivy Look didn’t shout "look at me!" but instead gave off an image of approachable correctness and laid back confidence. Exhaustively compiled, this coffee table volume to take an in-depth look at how "Ivy" established itself as the epitome of Hollywood style, gained a new democratic global following and a place in history as the look of modern America.