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Everybody knows this story. While the most important outfit in the story is actually a lack of clothes, it's got a great message. In fact, we recommend re-reading this one every so often just to keep yourself grounded.
There's only one Bergdorf Goodman in the entire world. That makes it pretty hard to enjoy it whenever you want, wouldn't you say? Luckily, their compendium of window displays can be yours—in book form—for you to enjoy whenever, wherever.
Elsa Schiaparelli's autobiography describes the life and times of one of fashion's most notable figures. Learn all about the surrealists, the lobster dress and her rise in the industry.
Um, we wish we had Bartholemew's problem of ever-embellishing accessories. Alas, we do not.
Christian Lacroix and Manolo Blahnik took a few liberties by bending their careers to the plots of these classic fairytales. We're not complaining in the least, because they come with some of the most beautiful illustrations we've ever seen. A fine addition to your bookcase.
You may have heard of FOMO, but have you heard of FYHCMOOTBPE? Yeah, it's new, and it's because of this book. It stands for "Fear You Have Completely Missed Out On The Best Party Ever." Because honestly, you have. This book illustrates the most over-the-top parties ever held. And you thought Gatsby was trouble.
Don't shake your head—men's fashion is just as important as women's. Take Ivy, originally published in 1965, was rereleased a few years ago. It's essentially a snapshot of men's style on Ivy League campuses across the United States. If you're into Kennedy style, you'll be into this.
When a street style legend prints up a book, you don't ask why, you just buy.