Bal Harbour

Spring 2016

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All titles available at Books & Books Bal Harbour. 150 BAL HARBOUR BONNIE CASHIN: CHIC IS WHERE YOU FIND IT Coach founding designer Bonnie Cashin used her Hollywood years dressing stars like Irene Dunne as the basis for her groundbreaking work in mid-century ready-to-wear, creating the image of the "modern woman." Stephanie Lake includes drawings and photos from Cashin's personal collection to resurrect an essential fashion icon. (Rizzoli) DRIVE TIME For more than a century, extraordinary motorcars have influenced the equally complex world of fine watches. Author Aaron Sigmond showcases these timepieces of precision, from the Rolex Daytona up through such new beauties as the Breitling by Bentley. (Rizzoli) POOL PARTY Art collector and bon vivant Johnny Pigozzi is a key member of the beau monde, and it seems every beautiful one of them has frolicked at his legendary Cap d'Antibes retreat, Villa Dorane. Take a peek inside this sun-kissed world, where Bono, Elle Macpherson, Mick Jagger and Naomi Campbell have let down their hair. Pigozzi's private archives are your ticket in. (Rizzoli) HELMUT NEWTON: PAGES FROM THE GLOSSIES The outré visions of German photographer Helmut Newton found their ideal setting in the pages of the world's leading fashion magazines, where his bizarre and erotic imagery mixed with edgy typography and droll text. This new edition collects more than 500 spreads created over 40 years, along with Newton's tales of how they came to fruition. (Taschen) From Bowie tributes to Cap d'Antibes blowouts, this season's books are perfectly au courant. BY ERIC NEWILL Shelf Life GUY BOURDIN: A MESSAGE FOR YOU In the late '70s, photographer Guy Bourdin and his muse, Charles Jourdan model Nicolle Meyer, collaborated on a dreamlike series of images that influenced a generation. This new volume combines Bourdin's painterly portraits with his myriad inspirations, a vision board that comes to life through Meyer's memories. (Steidl)

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