The first two titles uncover stories of influential female scientists and leaders largely overlooked by history.
The designer knows how to work a room, having hosted his “Moderate to Severe” cabaret at the Café Carlyle earlier this year. That will go on tour later this year.
The former fashion executive turned GLAAD Award-nominated actress details her childhood journey — a coming-out narrative coupled with her Catholic father’s own sexuality revelation — in her new memoir.
An unflinching image maker, Dietrich said in a 1960 interview, “I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men. If I dressed for myself I wouldn’t bother at all.”
With the help of David Wolfson and Associates, the creative force behind Zero + Maria Cornejo will be reissuing some key shapes in “fantastic tech fabrics” from Schoeller Textil.
The author’s original manuscript was meticulously reproduced by publisher Editions des Saints Pères (SP Books), which specializes in historical drafts of literary classics.
The designer discusses her new book, “Une Femme Française,” which looks at the differences and similarities between French and American culture.
The Belgian-born fashionista opens up about her blog, her book and her unending quest for vintage pieces.
After meeting Arnold Scaasi in the summer of 1962, Parker Ladd and the designer were pretty much inseparable.
Tosca Musk says “unity” is her family’s strength.
First-time author Grace Banks on her new book “Play With Me: Dolls, Women and Art.”
Joanne Yulan Jong has seen the lumpy warts and beauty spots of the business, which she’s written about in “The Fashion Switch.”
The new book from Prince’s personal photographer includes a forward written by Beyoncé.