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Fourth print of the first monograph of British Los Angeles based photographer Nadia Lee Cohen.
A sumptuous survey of over 300 women painters and their work spanning almost five centuries.
An exclusive insight into the work and mind of the highly acclaimed chef Clare Smyth and her three-Michelin-starred restaurant, Core, in London's Notting Hill
A magnificently illustrated history showcasing the work of three hundred women photographers from all over the world, from the invention of the medium through to the present.
The Polaroid Corporation’s photography collection is the greatest portfolio of Polaroid images in the world.
How have women artists used photography as a tool of resistance? Our Selves explores the connections between photography, feminism, civil rights, Indigenous sovereignty and queer liberation.
Hey shows a selection of personal works from Ilja Keizer, shot over the past five years. It is a study and observation of what a person is willing to show to a stranger in the totally artificial setting of a photoshoot.
A compact, illustrated collection of maxims on style, women, and inspiration by one of the most influential designers of the twentieth century, Christian Dior.
La Isla may evoke a feeling of nostalgia for somewhere you have never been. Here, in the middle of the Big Blue an alternative world is possible.
Danish fashion brand GANNI documents Scandi 2.0 style, a growing global community of confident, unapologetic women and the unending pursuit of building a responsible fashion company.
The second book of acclaimed photographer Jean Pierrot. A tactile experience, exploring the world around us. Limited to 1000 copies.
A celebration of more than 200 women product designers from the early twentieth century to the present day.
A selection of stellar contributors to the fabulous women’s magazine The Gentlewoman present a timely selection of thought-provoking, witty essays on manners.
A special edition box of Women, the first monograph of British Los Angeles based photographer Nadia Lee Cohen. Six years in the making. Featuring 100 extra unordinary portraits.
Her Dior is a powerful collection of photographs and essays by trailblazing women that celebrates Maria Grazia Chiuri's feminine and feminist spirit within the House of Dior.
With a rising number of women throughout the world picking up their cameras and capturing their surroundings, this book explores the work of 100 women and the experiences behind their greatest images.
Linda Nochlin dismantles the very concept of greatness, unraveling the basic assumptions that created the male-centric genius in art.
Philippe Vogelenzang and MENDO present: I,XXX, a visual narrative on the freedom, sexuality and identity of Amsterdam, through the lens of Philippe Vogelenzang.
Women have been pioneering photographers since the earliest days of the art form. This curated set of three volumes brings together 190 women photographers from all over the world.
This issue of Mirage explores how light is in a constant flux.
A fascinating and fresh contemporary photography collection celebrating the female form.
She Surf is an exciting reflection on what it means to be a female surfer and how it feels to be moved to action by the beauty of the ocean.
A ground-breaking visual survey of architecture designed by women from the early twentieth century to the present day.
This is the first book to address her work through the lens of portraiture and style in the era of social media and selfies.
Five centuries of fascinating female creativity presented in more than 400 compelling artworks and one comprehensive volume .
Gathering 464 images and a new booklet that takes us through the making of the SUMO, it’s a spectacular tribute to the larger-than-life photographer.
Eros, Argentini broadens the scope of his idea of eroticism in photography, presenting a series of diptychs that combine oneiric images of women.
An opulently-illustrated coffee table book showcasing the world's most exclusive and luxurious products and services for a discerning female audience.
This kids series celebrates some of history’s favourite characters. Meet three women from the world of art: Frida Kahlo, Coco Chanel, and Audrey Hepburn!
The first in-depth look at Lee Miller's perspective on women in the Second World War, as seen through her photography and commentary from experts in the field.
A visually stunning book, made by MENDO, that approaches erotic photography from a female point of view.
Ten years after the exhibition The Air Is on Fire, which unveiled David Lynch’s photographic and painting work, comes the new photographic volume, David Lynch, Nudes.
The photography of Daniella Midenge is the perfect symbiosis of artistic photography, erotic appeal, and an unforgettable signature style.
Purienne presents a series of holiday outings with friends and girlfriends.
Amaxing pictures of more than forty extraordinary people all captured by one person.
A fresh look at the acclaimed photographer through the muses who inspired his most incredible photographs.
A new masterpiece from the internationally celebrated photographer that devotes itself exclusively to the fairer sex.
More than 400 images from four decades of Lindbergh’s photography.
The instant new summer superbook. JamaisVu - the Mirage anthology. 400 pages. 400 pages of seventies summer, sex and sun.
This Rheims retrospective showcases more than 500 photographs from 35 years of daring, often defiant photography.
A unique collection of modern women on the streets of London, Tokyo, Paris, Madrid, LA, Melbourne and New York.
This limited collector’s edition is the ultimate Rheims retrospective, showcasing 35 years of daring, often defiant, photography.
Richardson's first full-career two volume monograph, featuring two decades of iconic fashion and celebrity editorial photographs.
Avedon’s most indelible images for Dior from the '40s through ’70s, including many never-before-published photographs.
Food as an afrodisiaca — Mark and Otto, aka the Gods of Sex & Food — have taken it to the next level.
Combining glamour and sensibility, all of Lagranges heroines seem at ease - yet just tantalizingly out of reach.