This Hollywood home was made for a puppet master who can really pull some strings

The Henson House in LA pairs mid-century design with great views and sustainability

This Hollywood home was made for a puppet master who can really pull some strings

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

'I began filling vases with a variety of arrangements. We then shot dozens of images to create the seven selected floral still lives used for this project'

Jim Hodges describes his new Phaidon/ Artspace edition and the processes by which his work unfolds

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

With just a few precious ingredients, slaves managed to create some of this region’s most highly prized dishes

The inventive leftovers in the Latin American Cookbook

A cool taste of the Italian sweet life

With The Italian Bakery, you can easily become an on authority on Italian dolci. Try this taster guide to the semifreddo for starters

A cool taste of the Italian sweet life

Essential tools for making Modernist Pizza

Get beneath the crust and into the deep science of pizza making with our new book Modernist Pizza

Essential tools for making Modernist Pizza

How Septime cracked great, ethical seafood

Two young French restaurateurs showed all of Paris that anyone can feel good about enjoying the fruits of the sea

How Septime cracked great, ethical seafood

Modern Manners and relationships

Our new collection of essays from The Gentlewoman has some neat advice when it comes to making and keeping friends

Modern Manners and relationships

Annie Leibovitz launches Wonderland at Hauser & Wirth

Anna Wintour, A$AP Ferg, Grace Coddington and Gloria Steinem were among the guests celebrating her new book of fashion photographs

Annie Leibovitz launches Wonderland at Hauser & Wirth

African Artists and Protest

Discover how politics and protest movements have fed into this region’s incredible contemporary art

African Artists and Protest

Kim Colin, the Woman who Made mass-production magnificent

Our new survey of female product designers includes a woman who adds craft and creativity to the production line

Kim Colin, the Woman who Made mass-production magnificent

Modern Manners and elegance

Our new collection of personal essays drawn from The Gentlewoman magazine includes some little known tips for sartorial success

Modern Manners and elegance

The unusual meat with a familiar taste in the Latin American Cookbook

Ever tried cooking with Peruvian camelid meat? Our new Latin American Cookbook can show you how - and why - you should

The unusual meat with a familiar taste in the Latin American Cookbook

The surprising history of pizza

Modernist Pizza might apply the latest science to the pizzaiolos’ role, but it also dishes up deep history too

The surprising history of pizza

Dorothee Becker, the Woman who Made tidying tasteful

In Woman Made, Jane Hall profiles the mid-century German designer whose shapely organiser still charms design fans to this day

Dorothee Becker, the Woman who Made tidying tasteful

Modern Manners and socialising

Our new book from The Gentlewoman has some smart advice for every social situation

Modern Manners and socialising

How broad shoulders carried men’s fashion through the 80s

The Men’s Fashion Book profiles some of the late 20th century designers who beefed up the male beauty ideal

How broad shoulders carried men’s fashion through the 80s

How Septime took terroir to heart

They might be city boys, but Bertrand Grébaut and Théophile Pourriat, instinctively know that great land leads to great gastronomy

How Septime took terroir to heart

The memorials of 9/11

20 years after the attacks, we look back at the tragedy’s architectural reminders, via our book, In Memory Of

The memorials of 9/11

Find a new way to enjoy chocolate with Middle Eastern Sweets

Salma Hage's new book has fresh flavours for familiar chocolate choices

Find a new way to enjoy chocolate with Middle Eastern Sweets

How jewels put the sparkle into men’s fashion

The Men’s Fashion Book explains how men have learned - or maybe relearned - to love a little bling

How jewels put the sparkle into men’s fashion

The sweet bread with a ghoulish story in the Latin American Cookbook

Dishes such as pan de muerto are a sweet but slightly scary reminder of some of the region’s grizzlier rituals . . .

The sweet bread with a ghoulish story in the Latin American Cookbook

Modern Manners and work

Our new collection of essays from The Gentlewoman includes quite a few timely pieces of advice for the workplace

Modern Manners and work

How the past reshaped the future of men’s fashion

You'll find plenty of visionary designers who are reintepreting bygone looks for tomorrow’s collections in The Men’s Fashion Book

How the past reshaped the future of men’s fashion

The little nut with a big following in The Latin American Cookbook

Our new culinary title explores how the peanut, a true Latin American native, found its place in the region’s cuisine

The little nut with a big following in The Latin American Cookbook

Hella Jongerius, the Woman who Made pigment popular

Woman Made profiles the contemporary female designer bringing unusual colours and textures to our homes

Hella Jongerius, the Woman who Made pigment popular

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