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Cartier Exhibition Opens in Paris

Billed as the most extensive show to date dedicated to the French jeweler, “Cartier — Style and History” is set to run at the Grand Palais until Feb. 16.

Bound for Glory: America in Color 1939-43, Paul Hendrickson, True Crime Detective Magazines, 1924 to 1969, Eric Godtland, Louis Vuitton City Bags: A Natural History, Jean-Claude Kaufmann, Ian Luna, Florence Muller, Mariko Nishitani, Colombe Pringle, Deyan Sudjic, Detroit 1968: Photographs by Enrico Natali, Jane Brown, The Ferrari Book, Günther Raupp, Beyond Chic: Great Fashion Designers at Home, Ivan Terestchenko, Richard Corman: Madonna NYC 83, Richard Corman, Bold, Beautiful and Damned: The World of 1980s Fashion Illustrator Tony Viramontes, Dean Rhys-Morgan, Lettering Large: Art and Design of Monumental Typography, Steven Heller, Miro Ilic, Refashioned: Cutting-Edge Clothing From Upcycled Materials, Sass Brown, Earth Matters: Land as Material and Metaphor in the Arts of Africa, Karen E. Milbourne, Sixties Fashion: From Less Is More to Youthquake, Jonathan Walford, Pearls, Beatriz Chadour-Sampson, Amber, Guinevere & Kate Photographed by Craig McDean: 1993-2005,

Mavericks & Bombshells: Good Reads

From Henry Ford 2nd to Madonna, fall's best reads look back at trendsetters’ early beginnings.

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New Book Showcases Al Thani Family Jewelry

Assouline’s new book, “Beyond Extravagance: A Royal Collection of Gems & Jewels,” delves into a private royal collection of fine Indian jewelry.

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Cinema Chanel: Karl Lagerfeld's Technicolor Take

The 30-minute film is a big-budget costume drama, recounting Gabrielle Chanel’s topsy-turvy return to the fashion scene in the Fifties.

Donald Albrecht, museum of the city of new york, mcny, Gilded New York: Design, Fashion and Society, Jeannine Falino, gilded age, Phyllis Magidson,

New Book, 'Gilded New York,' Coincides With MCNY Exhibit

The exhibit is intended to launch the new Tiffany & Co. Foundation Gallery at the museum.

Virginia Postrel, book, The Power of Glamour: Longing and the Art of Visual Persuasion,

Virginia Postrel Talks 'The Power of Glamour'

Her new book explores the topic as seductive cultural force that extends far beyond the more expected areas of fashion and film.

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Kana Manglapus Under the Spotlight

The gallerist is exhibiting a series of photos taken with her iPhone at the beach, her first solo show since she shut down her namesake gallery in May.

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Vanity Fair Hosts Lunch for Giancarlo Giammetti in New York

Giammetti is at the halfway mark of a multicity tour to plug his first book, “Private: Giancarlo Giammetti.”

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Jets Walk the Walk at Taste of the NFL

On Monday night, Nick Mangold and Muhammad Wilkerson hosted a revamped event at 82Mercer.

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Art Deco Theme at San Francisco Fall Antiques Show

The 36th annual show opened last week in the city’s historic Fort Mason Center overlooking the San Francisco Bay.

Norman Granz, richard havers, book, verve, verve records, jazz, “Verve: The Sound of America, thames & hudson

Richard Havers Releases Book on Verve Record House

If someone made an important contribution to jazz, they were probably signed to the record house founded by Norman Granz in 1956 and still in operation.

James Peill, James Fennell, The English Country House, Vendome Press, Julian Fellowes, british, kentchurch court, goodwood house, euston hall, hackthorn hall

Looking Inside 'The English Country House'

The new book by James Peill takes a look inside this quintessential British institution.

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