For his 14th publication, vintage expert/writer/photographer Rin Tanaka dedicated himself specifically to Larry McKaughan's expansive collection of goods at Heller's Cafe in Seattle. For the past twenty years, Larry has become one of the best and most advanced vintage dealers in the United States and this 168-page book illustrates that in textbook style.
Created by fashion industry veteran Alan Maleh, this handsome and sophisticated men's magazine is dedicated to covering all the trappings of a modern gentleman, from travel to vintage cars, stationary, art and music. The second volume features pieces on James Franco and Charlie Hunnam along with a travel feature on Maine.
From bargain noodle joints to high-end restaurants; late night haunts to all day breakfasts; neighborhood eateries to destination restaurants, Where Chefs Eat reveals over 2,000 personal recommendations by chefs of their top places to eat in all major cities around the world.
Created by fashion industry veteran Alan Maleh, Man of the World is dedicated to covering all the trappings of a modern gentleman, from vintage cars to art and music. This issue is focused on travel.
The popular Japanese magazine features fashion editorial based on John Huston's The Misfits, styled by Christoph Loiron, owner and designer at Mr. Freedom.
Gloriously pieced together, much like the fine garments it portrays, this colorful book takes the reader on an international tour of indigo-colored textiles, presenting a huge swathe of remarkable clothing, people and fabric.
A highly influential body of work by master photographer, Stephen Shore, who helped establish color photography as a legitimate medium of artistic expression. The 224-page tome is comprised of a chronological sequence of photographs of vernacular America taken in the early 1970s, many of which were never published before.