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What it is: The Drybar Guide to Good Hair for All is the ultimate handbook for at-home hairstyling from Drybar founder Alli Webb.What it does: A longtime stylist and life-long curly-haired girl, Alli, along with her husband Cam Webb and brother Michael Landau, opened the very first Drybar in 2010 to offer great blowouts in a fun atmosphere that made women look and feel their very best. Now with nearly 60 shops around the country and over a million beautiful blowouts a year, Alli shares her tried-and-true tips and tricks in three in-depth sections featuring more than 100 style-inspiration photographs and step-by-step tutorials. Bright, happy and loaded with style and substance (just like you!), this book will give readers everywhere a good hair day at home. Style Name:The Drybar Guide To Good Hair For All (Limited Edition). Style Number: 5272330. Available in stores.
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Two hardcover Tony Duquette design books comprising More is More: Tony Duquette, published by Abrams, Jewelry: Tony Duquette and Hutton Wilkinson published by Abrams. Includes dust jackets.
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First Edition. Hardcover, clothbound book, titled Edward Hopper published by Abrams in 1971, written by Lloyd Goodrich, detailing the life and work of the artist who is widely known for his painting of urban and rural American life.
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Hardcover book, titled Vogue: The Editor's Eye, published by Abrams, detailing the role of the fashion editor in the magazine's legacy through 120 years of archives.
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First Edition. Hardcover book, published by Abrams, titled Pradasphere is a beautifully illustrated book which archives the aesthetic inspirations and obsessions of one of the world's most influential designers. Includes slipcase.
From ground-breaking essays by expert fashion commentators, cultural scholars and collaborators to an Encyclopedia of Collections dating back to McQueen's spectacular 1992 MA graduation show, this hardcover book is the definitive work on one of Britain's most daring and provocative designers. This stunning 352-page compendium has been published to accompany the Victoria and Albert Museum in London’s Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty retrospective, and has been edited by exhibition curator Claire Wilcox. With more than 440 striking images of previously unseen archival material, it is perfect for devotees of the late fashion visionary. -- Alexander McQueen edited by Claire Wilcox - 352-page hardcover book - Published: 2015 - Publisher: Victoria and Albert Publishing - ISBN: 9781419717239 - Made in the UK
It's an exhilarating experience dangling your feet from the side of a shaking helicopter while the wind is whipping you in the face. Only having seconds to manually adjust the light and composition to capture the perfect moment, says LA-based photographer Gray Malin. Inspired by the first time he shot Miami's beaches during Art Basel, this 143-page hardcover book is filled with aerial imagery of exotic shores around the world - including Cape Town, Barcelona and Sydney. Place it on your coffee table, or give it to a jet-setting friend. -- 143-page hardcover book - Published: 2016 - Publisher: Abrams - ISBN: 978149720895
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Hardcover, clothbound book, David Hockney: A Retrospective, published by Harry N. Abrams in 1988, authors by David Hockney, Geldzahler Kitaj and et al., highlights a look at the artist's life with 300 illustrations of his works. Includes dust jacket.
Frida Kahlo: * In 1950, photographer Gisele Freund embarked on a two-week trip to Mexico, but she wouldnt leave until two years later. There she met the legendary couple Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. Published March 3, 2015. Hardcover. 160 pages *Measurements:* 6.5" x 8.25"
New Bohemians: * In The New Bohemians, LA-based designer Justina Blakeney defines the New Bohemians as creative individuals who are boutique owners and bloggers, entrepreneurs and ex-pats, artists and urban farmers. They embrace free-spirited, no-rules lifestyles and apply that attitude to all areas of their existence, including their homes. Published April 14, 2015. Hardcover. 304 pages *Measurements:* 8" x 10"
Vogue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute: * Drawn from the extensive Vogue archives, the featured stories showcase the photographs of icons such as Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino, Steven Meisel, and Craig McDean; the vision of legendary Vogue editors like Grace Coddington and Tonne Goodman; and the knowledge and wit of writers such as Hamish Bowles and Jonathan Van Meter. Published September 23, 2014. Hardcover. 272 pages *Measurements:* 9.75" x 12.25"
*A Book About Seeing New York City* A is for Atlas. B is for Bagel. C is for Chrysler Building. An ABC book that pays tribute to a child's view of New York City. An ABC book unlike any other, ABC NYC reinvents the genre using an alphabet unique to New York City. From subway signs to building graffiti, NYC's letters are represented everywhere you walk: M is for Manhole cover, T is for Taxi. A child's guidebook to life in New York, ABC NYC beautifully captures the visual vocabulary of the city kid with bold black-and-white photographs and vibrant letters found in some of the most surprising places. Perfect for the youngest set learning the alphabet or collectors of New York memorabilia, ABC NYC is as striking and energetic as the city it reveals. AUTHOR BIO: Joanne Dugan is a New York based photographer whose work has been shown in museums and galleries throughout the United States, Europe, and Japan. She hand prints her limited edition fine art photographs in her darkroom in New York City's Union Square district. She is also the photographer behind the best-selling book Taxi Driver Wisdom and two fine art monographs. Pamela Hovland is a designer and educator whose work has been recognized by numerous national and international design organizations. Even though she learned her ABCs while growing up on a farm in Minnesota, she has lived and worked in New York City and Connecticut ever since. * Hardcover * 56 Pages * Published Date: May 1, 2005
*Anteaters to Zebras* Anteaters to Zebras is a creative, playful, and witty introduction to the alphabet, created by Alan Fletcher, one of the most influential and respected figures in graphic design and a co-founder of the famous design firm Pentagram. Created with Fletcher's grandson in mind, this colorful book expresses the pleasure Fletcher took in turning work and play into the same activity. Children and adults alike will delight in Fletcher's series of brightly colored animals illustrating the letters of the alphabet, and in his infectious sense of fun. * Hardcover * 56 Pages * Published Date: March 1, 2012
*Lucky Ducky* Ducky is unlucky - somehow things just always seem to go wrong. So he decides to look for a four-leaf clover; that will do the trick! But when he goes to the park, there is none to be found. However, what Ducky finds instead is much greater: he meets Piggy, Bunny, and Pup and realizes that having friends makes him the luckiest duck of all! Published February 9, 2016. Hardcover. 32 pages
*The Creeps: Book 1: Night of the Frankenfrogs* In Pumpkins County, weird things happen every day, but nobody ever makes a fuss. Nobody, that is, except the Creeps: Carol, a big-city girl new to Pumpkins County, who finds kindred spirits in Mitchell (monster expert), Jarvis (military brat with logistics know-how), and Rosario (girly girl on the outside, muscle underneath). Published August 11, 2015. Paperback. 128 pages
*Inside This Book* One sibling's work inspires the next, and so on, with each book's text and art mirroring the distinct interests and abilities of its creator. Upon completion of their works, the siblings put one book inside the other, creating a new book to be read and shared by all! Published April 7, 2015. Hardcover. 40 pages
*I Am Yoga* I Am Yoga encourages children to explore the world of yoga and make room in their hearts for the world beyond it. A kid-friendly guide to 16 yoga poses is included. Published September 8, 2015. Hardcover. 32 pages
*Misty Gordon and the Mystery of the Ghost Pirates* Here is a funny middle-grade mystery from a bright new fiction talent. Things in the New England town of Ashcrumb are getting weird. Or just weirder. Misty Gordon, whose antique-dealing parents drive a van that says "D.E.A.D." on the side (for "Deceased's Estate and Antique Dealer"), is accustomed to weird. Published August 1, 2010. Hardcover. 240 pages
*Winter: A Pop-up Book* As day turns to night, bright red cardinals flit from branch to branch, deer paw through the snow, and weasels in their white winter coats frolic among the berry-laden holly. Soon all the animals settle down to sleep. In Winter, simple verse and scenes bring to life the countryside as snow begins to fall. Each spread's pop-up and lift-up flap reveal the wonders of the season and all the animals as they settle down for the night. Published October 6, 2015. Novelty (Pop-up book). 12 pages
*Under a Pig Tree: A History of the Noble Fruit (A Mixed-Up Book)* The publisher and author of Under a Pig Tree seem to be having communication issues. The author has written a clear, no-nonsense history of figs. But the publisher is sure she meant pigs. Published April 14, 2015. Hardcover. 40 pages