Terence Donovan: Portraits
By Terence Donovan, Contributions by Philippe Garner
While Terence Donovan was one of the foremost fashion photographers of the 1960s, he also was also commissioned regularly for portraits, often shooting famous names like Naomi Campbell, Twiggy, Charlotte Rampling, and even Princess Diana. See this side of Donovan’s work in this new book, the first ever featuring his portraiture work. The book will also include previously unpublished work as well as contact sheets, magazine spreads, and more that show Donovan’s inimitable eye.
Another Girl Another Planet
By Valerie Phillips and Arvida Bystrom
Photographer Valerie Phillips–who has shot for the likes of i-D, Nylon, and many others– is known for her bold, edgy portraits of modern young women. A self-professed “Peter Pan,” she she celebrates fearlessness, quirkiness, and individuality in her subjects. In the past Phillips has produced only limited edition books, but Another Girl Another Planet is the first collection from a large-scale publisher. The book will include images from these smaller books as well as her work in advertising, editorial, and album covers. For insight into a fully-developed photography niche, take a look at her work.
Stoppers: Photographs from My Life at Vogue
By Phyllis Posnick, Foreword by Anna Wintour
For 29 years, Phyllis Posnick has been the Executive Fashion Editor at Vogue. In that time, she has become known for developing visually stunning and inventive photo editorials with an incredible team of photographers, from Patrick Demarchelier and Bruce Weber to Annie Leibovitz and Irving Penn. In both beauty and fashion, she has become a master of collaboration and creativity. This book allows an inside look into her processes with photographers, with a foreword by Anna Wintour, no less.
Guy Bourdin: Untouched
Edited by Shelly Verthime, Images by Guy Bourdin
Legendary fashion photographer Guy Bourdin was known for lending a surrealist’s eye to expand what fashion photography could be. He was also the first fashion photographer to experiment with narrative structure within the genre and play with a magazine’s physical double-page spread structure when constructing his images. While Bourdin is known for his color images, he actually began working in black and white, and Guy Bourdin: Untouched chronicles the beginning of his career in this portion of the medium. It’s essential viewing for an understanding of how an aesthetic develops.
Mario Testino: SIR
By Mario Testino
Known for his fashion and celebrity portraiture, Mario Testino is publishing SIR, his largest book to date, in hopes of unraveling the complexities of male allure and identity. The book covers three decades of Testino’s work and asks the audience to develop a new understanding of men’s appearance. Because men are a bigger part of the fashion world now than they ever have been, SIR can offer a new understanding how how to photograph men in that context.