New books on fashion, style and design


Hunks & Heroes

A celebration of men’s style and how it’s evolved, from the ever stylish GQ creative director at large, Jim Moore. This volume features 250 of Moore's iconic men's fashion photographs. 



The Touch

Nathan Williams of Kinfolk and Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen of Norm Architects welcome readers into over 25 inspiring spaces where interior design engages all the human senses.

Passenger Information

The iconic design manual made by Josef Müller-Brockmann for the Swiss Federal Railways, detailing the design of their train stations’ unmistakeable signage.



Garçon Style

Shot over 5 years, Jonathan Daniel Price's book offers an extensive, in-depth analysis of contemporary street style for men. With a foreword from Paul Smith.



Baron by Petra Collins

For the sixth edition of Baron, artist Petra Collins flips the camera lens onto herself, placing us in a world of perverse personal thoughts and lucid landscapes.

It's a Match

Demystify the process of making color palettes for design, providing an introduction to color along with an exploration of six key methods of color matching.



Made in Mexico

Made in Mexico is a delicious blend of classic and contemporary Mexican cuisine, inspired by the best restaurants, loncherías, and taco stands in Mexico City.

Pierre Yovanovitch

Paris-based designer Pierre Yovanovitch debuts his first book showcasing his trademark French luxury aesthetic and unique vision of contemporary elegance.



Rick Owens: Fashion

The definitive monograph on the fashion of Rick Owens–one of the most daring and influential designers working today–this book documents over a decade of his signature pieces.

Tim Walker is a fashion photographer who is not interested in fashion at all. In this profile of the British photographer, we focus on his world of dark fairytales.