Sorry to be a Peter Lindbergh bore but this new photo book looks like a total gem.
Only Lindbergh could persuade Dior to ship 80-odd couture outfits from its temperature-controlled Paris vaults to the streets of New York. The grimy streets of Times Square no less, where Lindbergh and his team shot his favourite supermodels street photographer style, sans the OTT hair and make-up that would normally accompany such finery on the runway for his book, Dior by Peter Lindbergh. (more…)
If you love Hugh Holland’s cult Locals Only book, here’s a new Hugh Holland book (and exhibition) of never-before-seen black and white skater-in-action photos to help you beat the autumn blues.
Documenting the early Southern California skateboard scene of the 70s, ‘Silver. Skate. Seventies‘ really encapsulates the wild spirit of the early youth tribe – and for me sums up why it’s still such a seductive culture today. (more…)
“Upstairs in a vintage boutique in Tokyo, where most of the clothes were from Comme des Garcons, Margiela, Sacai, Yamamoto, the proprietor had an entire rail of your cardigans. He said they went with everything and that when stocks ran low, people would start to get anxious!”
This is writer Sophie Fontanel penning a sort of love letter to Agnès b in the Assouline book, The Snap Cardigan. (more…)
A really great book just came on my radar. Tonne Goodman has published her book, Tonne Goodman: Point of View, a 352-page visual memoir stuffed with brilliant pictures of her decades in fashion, including the years working alongside Diana Vreeland at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. (more…)