by Architectural Digest
This retrospective of the magazine’s centennial edition was richly visual.
Anna Wintour’s forwards calls the book a “quite the house tour.” a celebration of homes long and recent Marlene Dietrich lounges in Beverley Hills, circa the 1930s. Kylie Jenner stands on a suede pouffe at home in Los Angeles. Famous artists’ studios and legendary architects’ homes are included.
Design authority Architectural Digest celebrates its best articles from the past 100 issues. Archival research yielded years of high-quality content on various topics. The book spans the decades and contains stories about famous private citizens from present and the past, including the Obamas, Bowie, Capote, Hockney, Kors, and Vreeland, alongside top designers and architects, including Frank Gehry, Hicks, India Mahdavi, Marino, Fowler, Vervoordt, Lloyd Wright, and Wolfe. Incredible photos include photos by William “Bill” Cunningham, Horst P. Horst, Simon Upton, Francois Dischinger, Francois Halard, Julius Shulman, and Oberto Gili.
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