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Page 44 of 135 43 bib 'li' o 'taph, [bib-lee-uhtaf, -tahf ]: a person who caches or hoards books Te master of glamour-meets- grunge, fashion designer and California native Rick Owens launched his eponymous line in 1994. Now based in Paris, where his signature style has been afectionately labeled "glunge", this book examines his design trajectory through the lens of noted fashion photographers. Terry Jones (editor) - Rick Owens - Hardcover, 120 pages, Taschen Books ( From the late 1950s until his death in 1987, Andy Warhol used Polaroids as a method to chronicle his daily life and encounters. Tis book, created in collaboration with the Andy Warhol Foundation, features hundred of these candid images, the Instagram of his era, with many published for the frst time. Richard B. Woodward (author), Reuel Golder (editor) - Andy Warhol: Polaroids - Hardcover, 560 pages, Taschen Books ( Among the many starlets Hollywood photographer Bob Willoughby captured - Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Jane Fonda to name a few - Audrey Hepburn remained his favorite. He was among the frst to photograph the fedging star shortly she arrived in Hollywood in 1953. From then, the two became lifelong friends, with Willoughby capturing images from her personal and professional life. Bob Willoughby - Bob Willoughby: Audrey Hepburn, Photographs 1953-1966 - Hardcover, 280 pages, Taschen Books ( Fashion icon and photographer Karl Lagerfeld focused his lens solely on model Claudia Schifer for his second Stern Fotografe portfolio. Karl Lagerfeld - Claudia & Karl - Hardcover, 94 pages, teNeues Publishing (

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