10 things I learned about Clueless, courtesy of Jen Chaney and her new book, As If!
Fashion illustration is having a renaissance right now, so what better way to celebrate than to learn about the geniuses of the genre?
Paul Zone was a mere 14-years old when he crashed right into the epicenter of New York City’s fabled underground music world.
For 21 days in the summer of 1962, 27-year old photojournalist Douglas Kirkland was allowed unparalleled access to Coco Chanel
The new book ‘Blow-Up: Antonioni’s Classic Film and Photography’ reveals how photography — and its masters — played a leading role in the seminal flick.
Duran Duran aficionado Andrew Golub shares his collection of rare band ephemera in the book, ‘Beautiful Colors’.
Photographer Sheila Rock clues us in on the love and marriage of Punk and fashion in the ’70s.
Grace Mirabella had a career that ebbed and flowed with the changing tides of fashion.
Fondly remembering the colorful, DIY magazine that pushed the boundaries of crafting to sophisticated new levels.
From the animation arts to costume sketches to 70s movie posters, this selection of illustrated books has a nostalgically pop culture bend.
Photographer Christopher Makos’ book White Trash gets a new life three decades after its first release.
In this vintage book, Betty Crocker shows us that kid’s parties weren’t always about Disney princesses and Lego Star Wars.