Posts Tagged ‘Rizzoli’

American Style Icon: C.Z. Guest (the real thing)

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This month, Rizzoli releases a sumptuous tribute to the legendary social icon C.Z. Guest, who romped through the 20th-century beau monde with unending vivacity and style. From her birth in 1920 into an upper-crust Boston family to her 1947 marriage to Winston Guest (a Churchill relation) to her years ping-ponging between swank parties and rustic gardens, she […]

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Rizzoli Publishes a New Book of Photos by Miles Aldridge

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Society’s rigid rules can often cause most of us, in the words of Norman Bates, “to go a little mad sometimes.” And in the surreally stark, hyper-glamorous world of photographer Miles Aldridge, his models seem to be on the verge of cracking under the pressure of perfection. These women are suffering from an exquisite emotional […]

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Rizzoli Launches a Lavish New Book Documenting the Life and Work of Fashion Great Antonio Lopez

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  At a time when photography had replaced illustration as the preferred form of presenting fashion in publications, Antonio Lopez’s immense talent, creativity, sensibility and vision as an artist/illustrator ushered in a second Golden Age of the form. From the 1960s into the 1980s, the Puerto Rican native changed not only the pages of fashion […]

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Rizzoli’s New Book on the Cartier Tank Watch

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Created by Louis Cartier in 1917, the iconic Tank watch has always been one of the Parisian jewelry house’s most venerable and glamorous designs. The rectangular face, fashioned in gold or platinum and often decorated with gemstones, has adorned the wrists of some of the century’s most luminous celebrities, from Clark Gable and Andy Warhol to […]

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