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It’s been 50 years since the passing of Gabrielle Chanel, but her eponymous fashion house goes from strength to strength. From modest beginnings on Rue Cambon to monumental global success, discover the story of this timeless brand – and its iconic founder.

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We recently spoke to legendary graphic artist, photographer and advertising film director Jean-Paul Goude, whose iconic Chanel campaigns are daring visual feasts. His extraordinary unseen drawings are collected in ‘Goude: The Chanel Sketchbooks’, giving unprecedented insight into a great creative mind.

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Legendary Motown singer and Thames & Hudson author Mary Wilson will be remembered as a hit-maker and fashion icon, achieving meteoric success alongside groupmates Florence Ballard and Diana Ross.

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Refresh your living space, rejuvenate your body, and try something new this new year. No matter your resolution, these books will help you start the year inspired, ready to make the most of 2021.

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Eager to update your space, but not sure where to start? In this extract from ‘High Grade Living’, The Broad Place founders Jacqui Lewis and Arran Russell share a simple process – audit, edit and refine – to help create a home that truly works for you.

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Raymond Briggs’ creation has become a staple of Christmas entertainment, but what makes the story so powerful is its message of transience.

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Fifty years have passed since the release of ‘John Lennon/ Plastic Ono Band'. Take an intimate look inside this turbulent and transformative period in Lennon’s life, including his anti-war activism, his experiences with primal therapy and the liberating power of his and Yoko Ono’s love.

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Thames & Hudson Associate Editor Phoebe Lindsley recently spoke to Professor Paul Smith, Director of Oxford University Museum of Natural History about William Smith, the pioneering geologist whose remarkable work is finally getting the spotlight it deserves. In this interview, Phoebe and Paul chat about the ‘brain-boggling’ detail in Smith’s maps, how this underdog helped spark the Industrial Revolution, and what geology has to do with black forest gateau.

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The artists in 'Abstract Art: A Global History' make it clear that abstraction is not a closed chapter in the history of modern art – or a club limited to white men from Europe or North America – but an open-ended, inclusive conversation.

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In this extract from 'Shaping the World', renowned sculptor Antony Gormley and art historian Martin Gayford discuss the awe-inspiring experience of encountering an eleven-foot winged lion, and the power of sculpture to 'reach across time'.

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