Topic: Books

Book Club; Empire of the Summer Moon

Recommended by David Hamilton, the new book to add to our list of must-reads is “Empire of the Summer Moon: Quanah Parker the Rise and Fall of the Comanches, the Most Powerful Indian Tribe in American History” by S.C. Gwynne. The publisher describes the book as “a vivid historical account of the forty-year battle between […]

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She Wrote the Book

If you are a fan of The Official Preppy Handbook like I am- you can stop by the Cole Haan store  (co-hosted by Brazos Bookstore) tomorrow to meet up with Lisa Birnbach, the lady the wrote the book on all things prep. She’ll be there (10/19) from 6pm to 8pm to talk about her new book True Prep: […]

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Making Money

You have to spend money to make money, isn’t that how the saying goes? This new art book called Making Money is a facsimile of a small gift that Andy Warhol created to celebrate the almighty dollar to be published by Rizzoli on 9/28. Starting off as a flip book of abstractions, the images of […]

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Take Ivy….Please

Take Ivy by T.Hayashida is back…yet again. If you are a regular reader of all the various style blogs out there, there is no way you’ve overlooked the upcoming re-release of the Japanese style-bible Take Ivy. Even the New York Times has recently written an article about it. This new edition is sure to get […]

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BBQ 25

Adam Perry Lang is a world class chef that trained in some of the finest restaurants around the world…Guy Savoy in Paris, Le Cirque and Daniel in New York. He mastered classic cooking techniques while working at these places with the idea that he’d eventually get to open his own place someday. Instead of going […]

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Hamilton Book Club; Imperial Bedrooms

In a sequel to his previous novel Less Than Zero, author Bret Easton Ellis brings us back 25 years later to revisit his same cast of characters in the brand new book Imperial Bedrooms. What is sure to be a tough look at modern life in Los Angeles – the privileged world that was exhibited […]

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