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Top picks for Christmas

Karl Lagerfeld Unseen

The Chanel Years Robert Fairer, Sally Singer, Natasha A Fraser, Elizabeth von Thurn und Taxis

Vivian Maier

Anne Morin, Christa Blümlinger, Ann Marks


From Root to Leaf Paul Smith, Robert Macfarlane, Yvette Harvey-Brown

Love Lucian

The Letters of Lucian Freud 1939–1954 David Dawson, Martin Gayford

A letter home: The early life of photographer Chris Killip

In this extract from 'Chris Killip', Ken Grant explores the photographer's coming of age in his native Isle of Man. Killip's images have come to be recognized as some of the most important visual records of 1980s Britain.
Author Interviews

Liam Wong on taxi drivers, cinematic visions and the city at night

We sit down with photographer Liam Wong, whose latest monograph 'Liam Wong: After Dark' takes viewers on a nocturnal journey through the world's most captivating cities.

The Making of the Book: Flying Scotsman and the Best Birthday Ever

We journey behind the scenes of 'Flying Scotsman and the Best Birthday Ever', Michael Morpurgo and Michael Foreman’s celebration of the world’s most iconic locomotive.

Podcast: The enduring legacy of Chloé

To celebrate the publication of 'Chloé Catwalk', Lou Stoppard and Ayo Ojo explore the fascinating story of one of the world’s most infamous female-led brands.

The timeless creativity of Quentin Blake

We sit down with Jenny Uglow, author of 'The Quentin Blake Book', to chat about the infinitely imaginative artist, his quill fashioned from a vulture’s wing feather, and his 'long, hilarious meals' with Roald Dahl.

From the microscopic to the infinite: Inside The Cosmic Dance

Thames & Hudson Commissioning & Managing Editor Jane Laing sits down with Stephen Ellcock, author of 'The Cosmic Dance', a book designed to explore ‘the extraordinary richness and strangeness of everything’.

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