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'A wonderful essay by Carl Wilson, who hates Celine Dion. Since Dion is extremely popular worldwide, he tries to investigate how it is possible that he cannot feel the love for her. It is a beautiful and touching attempt to examine his own snobbery. In the meantime, you also learn a lot about the phenomenon Celine Dion and immediately question all your own examples of "good taste".' — Paulien Cornelisse
Documents the daily meal shared by chefs and front-of-house staff at eighteen top restaurants.
Her pictures are at once intimate and iconic, wide-ranging stylistically and also uniquely hers.
Rotterdam-based photographer Ari Versluis and profiler Ellie Uyttenbroek have been systematically documenting the group identities they have encountered on the streets.
A collection of the lavish and iconic gowns of Christian Dior, from the 1950s and ’60s, captured by the legendary photographer Mark Shaw.
The most definitive monograph ever published on the modern master of architecture Mies van der Rohe.
An ambitious volume on the creation and cultivation of a cultural phenomenon.
In his landmark project Jimmy Nelson captures the lives and traditions of the last surviving tribes.
Drool away with Slim Aaron’s vintage photography of America’s jetset – featuring magnificent suntanned bodies, well-oiled skin, bikini-clad women, yachts, summer cocktails, and, above all, fun.
Not a book about glitz but rather an upbeat survey of products and ideas built to treasure and last.
Presented in two volumes with a beautiful acrylic slipcase, the book includes all of Kuramata’s work, depicted in never-before-published photographs and drawings from the Kuramata archives.