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Great Design Made to Measure: Books, Dead or Alive?

Ken Carbone | Posted 08.06.2014 | Arts
Ken Carbone

J. Abbott Miller, a partner in the international design consultancy, Pentagram, specializes in exhibit, interactive and identity design. He has also designed numerous books for world-class cultural institutions.

Louis Vuitton City Bags: A Natural History

Evelyne Politanoff | Posted 12.14.2013 | Style
Evelyne Politanoff

Published by Rizzoli NY, A Natural History of Louis Vuitton City Bags combines a unique, appealing approach with almost a scientific play on iconic sh...

Rizzoli: Your Fantasy Bookstore

GloboMaestro | Posted 04.28.2013 | New York

For nearly 50 years, Rizzoli Bookstore has captured the imaginations of bibliophiles with its sophisticated and stunning Old-World charm along with a drool-worthy collection of coffee-table books that the Italian publisher, is known for.

The Steamiest Kisses In Art History

Posted 09.05.2012 | Arts

Kissing -- the act of pressing one's lips against the surface of another object or person -- is a simple gesture acted out between lovers, a mother an...

Neon Psychedelica Meets Hardcore Punk In Erik Parker

The Huffington Post | Katherine Brooks | Posted 07.31.2012 | Arts

"Erik Parker: Colorful Resistance" is a retrospective survey of the work of the New York-based painter. Inspired by the many voices of American subcul...

Dior Joaillerie or the Treasure Chest of Victoire de Castellane

Evelyne Politanoff | Posted 05.20.2012 | Style
Evelyne Politanoff

De Castellane's designs evoke a playful spirit -- rings in the shape of buds that 'blossom'; lacquered earrings in the shape of ladybugs; snakes, lizards and frogs presented in colored gemstones, Gothic skulls with diamond crowns... and much more.

Gorgeous Art Couture In New Dior Book

Evelyne Politanoff | Posted 01.29.2012 | Arts
Evelyne Politanoff

This book is a portfolio of over one hundred iconic gowns for the entire era of Christian Dior haute couture, including dresses designed by Dior himself and those of his successors, Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Bohan, and John Galliano.