Best in Show! Simon Doonan indulges in a bit of doggy dressing for his new book

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Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The night he realised a good cook is a caring cook

In his new book, Nilsson describes how an intimate dinner in Paris led him to realise that hospitality is all about being truly hospitable Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The night he realised a good cook is a caring cook

How Herman Melville worked from home

The novelist found nautical inspiration in this modest farmhouse far from the sea, where he wrote Moby-Dick, its whale inspired by the snowy curves of Mount Greylock How Herman Melville worked from home

How Philip Johnson and America saved Anni and Josef Albers

Our new book describes how a chance meeting in the street and the invention of Black Mountain College helped the couple escape Nazi Germany How Philip Johnson and America saved Anni and Josef Albers

Cecily Brown takes on English country life in her new Blenheim Palace show

The artist retains a love for her homeland, though she admits, Britain is going through a traumatic time with Brexit right now Cecily Brown takes on English country life in her new Blenheim Palace show

Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he met Joel Meyerowitz

A walk with New York’s greatest street photographer taught Magnus Nilsson something crucial about craft, as he recalls in Fäviken: 4015 Days, Beginning to End Magnus Nilsson's Momentous Moments: The day he met Joel Meyerowitz

All you need to know about Flower

Take a trip across continents and cultures to discover how artists and image makers have employed floral motifs throughout history All you need to know about Flower

The school that changed Anni and Josef Albers forever

The Bauhaus had a crucial influence on both their careers, though Josef had a slightly easier time than Anni. . . The school that changed Anni and Josef Albers forever

How a boyhood bike purchase inspired Paul Smith to find beauty in the details

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