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Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains celebrates 50 years of the musical phenomenon with never-before-seen illustrations and material from the band's archive. This stunning work includes a chronological history, as well as five essays devoted to contextualizing their unique and continued impact. By Victoria Broackes and Anna Landreth Strong. Published by Victoria & Albert Museum. (July 11, 2017.) Hardcover. 304 pages. 9.9" length x 1.1" width x 12.6" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781851779161.
In light of Rosé's rising popularity, this essential guide invites readers to learn about the history and creation of pink wine as well as where to find the best of it. Author and wine columnist Katherine Cole organizes this book's chapters by regions, each with its own exciting atmosphere and flavors. By Katherine Cole. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (April 11, 2017.) Hardcover. 288 pages. 5.8" length x 1.0" width x 10.2" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419724107.
This updated volume is filled with more than 200 new photographs of The New York Botanical Garden. Founded in 1891, the urban oasis celebrates its 125th year as an internationally renowned leader in plant research and conservation. With new additions providing in-depth views of the plants, gardens, architecture, and landscape, this book will delight readers with its beautifully documented history. By Gregory Long and Todd A. Forrest. Published by Harry N. Abrams; Revised, Updated ed. edition. (April 5, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 252 pages. 11.00" length x 1.25" width x 11.75" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419719752.
This beautiful book is a compilation of images from acclaimed photographer Slim Aarons, showcasing the extraordinary women who most influenced his career. The photographs feature big personalities like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe in some of the most glamorous locations around the world. By Laura Hawk. Photographs by Slim Aarons and Getty Images. Published by Abrams. (October 4, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 240 pages. 10.25" length x 1.00" width x 12.25" height (approximately). ISBN:9781419722424.
This comprehensive book uncovers the inspirations of over seventy of the world's renowned chefs, food writers, bakers, and restaurateurs. Featured talents include Massimo Bottura, Wylie Dufresne, and Joan Roca. By Jenny Linford. Published by Abrams Books. (October 11, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 352 pages. 750 illustrations. 9.0" length x 1.5" width x 9.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419720802.
Award-winning L.A. chef Jessica Koslow shares 100 exciting and accessible recipes in her debut cookbook, Everything I Want to Eat. Accompanied by stunning images, the recipes included in this tantalizing read can be modified to specific dietary requirements without sacrificing taste. Eater's 2016 Cookbook of the Year and iBooks Best of 2016 Selection. By Jessica Koslow. Published by Abrams. (October 4, 2016.) Hardcover with jacket. 280 pages. 8.5" length x 10.0" width x 10.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419722318.
Recognized for pioneering the fashionable silhouette, Cristóbal Balenciaga continues to be one of the most influential fashion designers of all time. This extended and revised edition exhibits the couturiers background as a budding artist, the growth of his famed fashion house, and his glamorous clients, which included Jackie Kennedy and Ava Gardner. Complete with thoroughly detailed excerpts, Balenciaga's Craft: Outside In will leave readers in awe with the Spanish-born artist's distinguished career and impact on style. By Lesley Ellis Miller. Published by Victoria & Albert Museum. (May 23, 2017.) Hardcover. 192 pages. 8.75" length x 1.00" width x 11.00 height (approximately). ISBN: 9781851779031.
Featuring images of over 22 destinations across 11 countries, Escape showcases Gray Malin's knack and deep passion for photography and adventure as well as his mastery of light, shape, and perspective. Within these pages readers will find stunning aerial photographs of vacation spots across the globe, creating the ultimate visual escape. By Gray Malin. Published by Abrams (October 3, 2017.) Hardcover. 224 pages. 13.2" length x 0.9" width x 10.2" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419727597.
This visually stunning book profiles the talented photographer Cecil Beaton and his creative world of art and culture. Author Lisa Immordino Vreeland brings the late Beaton's personality to life through her inclusion of his beautiful photography, fascinating drawings, diary entries, and much more. By Lisa Immordino Vreeland. Published by Abrams Books. (October 17, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 144 pages. 10.5" length x 1.0" width x 12.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419726606.
This visually engaging text documents the lives of endangered species around the world. Showcasing poignant imagery by acclaimed photographer Tim Flach, the book is a powerful reminder of the animals and ecosystems facing extinction. By Sam Wells. Photographs by Tim Flach. Foreword by Jonathan Baillie. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (October 24, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 336 pages. 180 color illustrations. 11.0" length x 1.5" width x 13.8" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419726514.
The work of multi-award-winning photographer Tim Flach is showcased in Lewis Blackwell's Dogs. From rescue dogs, to racing greyhounds and the show dogs of Crufts and Westminster, this beautiful book dedicates over 200 pages to man's best friend. By Lewis Blackwell. Photographer by Tim Flach. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (October 1, 2010.) Hardcover with jacket. 216 pages. 12.00" length x 1.25" width x 12.00" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780810996533.
Serving as an archive for the acclaimed exhibition at the Tate Britain, now traveling across the globe, this monograph shines light on the illustrious career of painter, David Hockney, celebrated for his blending of expressionistic and realist themes. Focusing on 200 notable works across six decades, these pages will immerse readers into the English artist's extraordinary style that evolved throughout the mid-century, from paintings of split-level California homes to collage-style photography. Edited by Chris Stephens and Andrew Wilson. Foreword by Alex Farquharson. Published by Tate Publishing. (October 3, 2017.) Hardcover. 280 pages. 10.25" length x 1.50" width x 11.00" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781849764957.
This witty narrative follows the life and career of award-winning artist Christoph Niemann. Filled with nearly 350 original images, including whimsical sketches, travel journals, and newspaper features, this book will both entertain and inspire. By Christoph Niemann. Published by Abrams. (October 25, 2016.) Hardcover. 272 pages. 8.5" length x 1.0" width x 11.0" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419722684.
Highlighting Cathy Graham, an American tastemaker celebrated for her imaginative approach to party planning, this festive edition details the essence of an unforgettable rendezvous. Including step-by-step guides, Second Bloom encourages hosts to tailor personalized flair to their gatherings, from hand-drawn invitations to stunning flower arrangements. Divided into the four seasons and showcasing vivid photography, this volume is perfect for those seeking to craft a truly one-of-a-kind occasion. By Alexis Clark. Photography by Quentin Bacon and Andrew Ingalls. Foreword by Joanna Coles. Published by Vendome Press. (September 12, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 224 pages. 9.25" length x 1.00" width x 11.75" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780865653436.
Celebrating its 125th anniversary in 2017, Vogue is one of the most popular fashion and lifestyle magazines of all time. This fascinating book features a collection of some of the most mouthwatering, elegant, and quirky food editorials photographed by Irving Penn alongside original essays by leading writer and Vogue food critic Jeffrey Steingarten. By Vogue Editors. Published by Abrams. (November 14, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 304 pages. 10.25" length x 1.25" width x 13.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419727542.
Known for showcasing the homes and closets of the most beloved celebrities and trendsetters, The Coveteur has quickly become one of fashion's leading websites. Through gorgeous and colorful illustrations, this beautiful coffee table book examines the creative processes of 43 style icons including Christian Louboutin, Dita Von Teese, Karlie Kloss, and more. By Stephanie Mark. Photographs by Jake Rosenberg. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (October 18, 2016.) Hardcover. 272 pages. 9.2" length x 1.0" width x 11.2" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419721991.
Launching his fruitful career in 1954, David Hicks arose as one of the most sought-after interior decorators in the world, renowned for his extraordinary balance of themes. Working with an A-list clientele, the London-based designer documented his many ventures through collage-format scrapbooks: 24 volumes featuring sketches, swatches, press clippings, photographs, and more. Assembled by the multi-faceted artist's son, this edition features 325 pages pulled from journals, opening a window into Hicks' versatile talents and whimsical personality. By Ashley Hicks. Published by Vendome Press. (September 26, 2017.) Hardcover. 336 pages. 10.0" length x 1.5" width x 12.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9780865653450.
Presented by renowned designer Julia Buckingham, Modernique serves an in-depth guide on how to expertly decorate a modern home. Famed for her exquisite blending of elements, the American tastemaker motivates readers to create a personalized, timeless aesthetic by infusing contemporary and vintage decor. By Julia Buckingham. Foreword by Ken Downing. Contributions by Judith Nasatir. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (April 4, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 288 pages. 9" length x 1" width x 11" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419724817.
Written by one of the world's most respected wine critics, this book teaches would-be experts all that there is to know about wine. Jancis Robinson shares her extensive knowledge in a way that is informative, witty, and approachable. By Jancis Robinson. Published by Harry N. Abrams. (September 6, 2016.) Hardcover. 112 pages. 5.25" length x 0.50" width x 7.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9781419722660.
Created in 1921, the beloved Chanel No. 5 fragrance is made from the most aromatic flowers in the Pégomas Valley. Written by perfume expert Lionel Paillès, this boxed set profiles the five main blooms used in both the house's signature scent and all the famed label's perfumes. Boxed set includes six titles: Grasse Iris, Grasse Jasmine, May Rose, Pégomas, Rose Geranium, Tuberose. By Lionel Paillès. Photographs by Pierre Even. Published by Harry N. Abrams; Box edition. (November 15, 2016.) Hardcovers with jackets. 316 pages total. 111 color photographs. Books: 8.00" length x 0.50" width x 9.00" height each. Boxed set: 8.50" length x 3.75" width x 9.75" height. (Approximately.) ISBN: 9781419719387.