Prix Pictet looks at a world running short of space

See how the shortlisted photographers are interpreting the international prize’s 2017 theme

Sergey Ponomarev  November 16, 2015. Migrants arrive by a Turkish boat near the village of Skala, on the Greek island of Lesbos. The Turkish boat owner delivered some 150 people to the Greek coast and tried to escape back to Turkey; he was arrested in Turkish waters. Series: Europe Migration Crisis 2015. © Prix Pictet Space

The Hague goes De Stijl for centenary celebrations

To mark the abstract art and architecture movement's anniversary The Hague turns its City Hall into a Mondrian

The Hague's City Hall with its new De Stijl treatment, as overseen by Studio Vollaerszwart. Image courtesy of

Anish Kapoor gives $1 million to help refugees

The artist’s Genesis Prize money will go to help individuals caught up in the refugee crisis

Kapoor during his and Ai Weiwei's 2015 refugee walk through London

What was it with Picasso and Blue?

Find out how an early personal tragedy changed the 20th century master’s colour palette

The Old Guitarist 1903–4 by Pablo Picasso, oil on panel 122.9 x 82.6 cm (48½ x 32½ in) Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois. The Art Institute of Chicago / Art Resource, ny/ Scala, Florence / ©
Succession Picasso/dacs, London 2017. As reproduced in Chromaphilia: The Story of Colour in Art

Massimo Bottura's own personal La La Land

The Phaidon author and world's greatest chef tells GQ how jazz helped guide his creative breakthough

Massimo Bottura in a Gucci navy wool coat with red and blue piping. Image courtesy of British GQ,

Miracles of Mobitecture - The Sound Booth

Barry Prophet's hut on Lake Nipissing, Ontario is a listening room for the sounds generated on the outside

Sound Booth - Barry Prophet Canada 2010

China's Rose Museum puts the petal to the metal

NEXT Architects create a striking, stainless-steel home for floral appreciation in the Chinese capital, Beijing

Next Architects' Rose Museum, Beijing. Photographs by Xiao Kaixiong courtesy of Next Architects

George Nelson on survival (using baseball as a guide)

There's a big reason why sports and other goods look the way they do argued the designer - and it's not aesthetic

From George Nelson's How To See

Liz Diller plans an opera for the High Line

The architect was inspired to create her forthcoming work following a protest from one of the park's neighbours

The High Line, New York

Russia's revolution and the buildings that never were

See pictures and plans by El Lissitzky, Sokolov and the Vesnin Brothers at The Design Museum's Imagine Moscow

El Lissitzky photo by the artist of his design GC Y Cloud Iron Ground Plan

Mies van der Rohe’s plan for London

What would the capital have looked like had Mies been allowed to create a Seagram Building for Britain?

Mansion House Square; view of model collaged into photograph of site. As reproduced in Mies

How Elmgreen & Dragset surf the age of the selfie

By working together the artistic duo aim to upset our era of individualism and narcissism

Elmgreen & Dragset

Miracles of Mobitecture - The Mailroom

This immersive installation on a frozen lake has a desk at which guests can read, write and share experiences

The Mailroom - Timothy Smith-Stewart, Charles Spitzack, USA

Chef’s Table director David Gelb - 'Virgilio Martinez gives the performance of his life every night'

Ahead of the third series the Chef's Table director tells us about rock star chefs, VR and one particular Peruvian

David Gelb - photographed by Mathieu Young for Netflix

Grace Coddington takes Gaga to the Super Bowl

Vogue’s creative director at large has cast the singer in a 60-second halftime advertisement for Tiffany & Co.

Lady Gaga in Tiffany & Co.'s new campaign. Art direction by Grace Coddington. Image by Hanna Besirevic.

What was it with Ad Reinhardt and Black?

Quite a bit actually. Here's how to spot the subtle undercurrents of red, the nuanced blues and the slightly greenish tinges in the Abstract Expressionist artist's suede-like works - courtesy of new book Chromaphilia

Ad Reinhardt, Abstract Painting, 1963, oil on canvas. As reproduced in Chromaphilia

Miracles of Mobitecture - The Starlight Room

Raniero Campigotto's camping cabin in the Dolomites is set on skis, built by artisans - and perfect for stargazing

The Starlight Room - Raniero Campigotto

The secret of Warhol’s smiles

The pop artist’s singular love of lips is the focus of a new exhibition on now at New York's Danziger gallery

An image from Andy Warhol – Lips (c.1975), courtesy of Danziger Gallery

How George Nelson made us all look a bit closer

The designer took a camera everywhere he went (in the days before we all did). What he pointed his lens at wasn't particularly remarkable - but what he highlighted in his detail-packed images taught an entire generation how to see

'When someone puts up a sign on which words and a picture say the same thing, one wonders if this is not another example of the kind of overkill which has become so common in the urban landscape. It might be, in many instances, but I suspect there are other reasons for it.' George Nelson in How To See

How Shia LaBeouf and two art school graduates made the definitive Trump protest artwork

Brad Pitt may have warned Shia LaBeouf off the art world but the star has found power in artistic collaboration

Shia LaBeouf at He Will Not Divide Us, 2016 by LaBeouf, Rönkkö & Turner.

Miracles of Mobitecture - Richard Horden's Ski Haus

It's winter so let's take a look at the runners (and the riders who invented them) from our new book Mobitecture

Ski Haus - Richard Horden Associates, Switzerland. Aluminium framing, glass, solar turbine

What was it with Jean Dubuffet and Brown?

The Art Brut founder would visit flea markets in order to immerse himself in the 'bituminous and soiled brown colours of mankind' - but how did he go about making these colours come to life on the canvas?

Jean Dubuffet (1901–85) Fleshy Face with Chestnut Hair 1951, oil-based mixed media on Isorel, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Lewis Carroll - Pre-Raphaelite photographer

On his birthday, why we should regard the author’s photos not as cultural curios, but as Victorian artworld artifacts

Lewis Carroll's portrait of Mary Millais, daughter of John Everett Millais, c. 1860. As reproduced in The Photography Book.

Christo cancels river project over Trump election

'The federal government is our landlord,' says the artist. 'And I can’t do a project that benefits this landlord.'

Christo Over The River (Project for Arkansas River, State of Colorado) (detail) Drawing 2012 in two parts 15 x 65

Take a look at the private work tools of Pollock, Rauschenberg, Noguchi, Judd, Calder and Albers

Here's how Nicholas Calcott photographed the personal effects of some of the 20th century's most famous artists

Materials from Robert Rauschenberg’s home and studio. Courtesy Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, New York. Photography: Nicholas Calcott. Image courtesy of Frieze New York

Kengo Kuma's high-tech take on wood

The Japanese architect draws from natural forms to create these wooden-slatted chalets on Bali's southern coast

Tsubomi Villas by Kengo Kuma & Associates. Image © Kengo Kuma & Associates

Pujol has a new mid-century modern home!

Architect Javier Sánchez and interior designer Micaela de Bernardi reinvent Enrique Olvera's Mexico restaurant

Meet our latest chef signings!

How Jeremiah Stone and Fabian von Hauske of New York's Contra sum up their city with oh so subtle flavours

From left: Fabián von Hauske and Jeremiah Stone. Image courtesy of Contra

The art found down the back of Freud’s couch

Photographers Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin examine the famous psychoanalyst’s sofa in a new show

One of Broomberg & Chanarin's Freud couch tapesteries with pieces of the pair's Portable Monument blocks. Image courtesy of Lisson Gallery, Milan

Women artists get a room at Sadie Coles

London gallery’s new show looks at how a wide array of women artists interpret the domestic space

Installation view, Room, Sadie Coles HQ, London, 13 January – 18 February 2017. Copyright the artists, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London

Tony Lu's Guide to Chinese New Year

The Yong Yi Ting chef on how to make your Chinese New Year celebrations momentous - and memorable!

Tony Lu of Yong Yi Ting, Mandarin Oriental, Shanghai

What's inside The Gallery of Everything?

Founder James Brett on the steady rise of private artists and how he's helping write an entire new art history

The Gallery of Everything - photograph Damian Griffiths

Stephen Shore shoots The Women’s March

The New York photographer records another moment in the ever-changing life of New York City

Stephen Shore's photograph of the Women's March, New York, January 2017. Image courtesy of Shore's Instagram

What do Joel Sternfeld's photos say about America?

Ahead of a new show, Phaidon authors unpack the meanings in this 20th-century fine-art photographer's images

McLean, Virginia, December 1978 © Joel Sternfeld. Image courtesy of Luhring Augustine and Beetles + Huxley. This image forms part of Joel Sternfeld Colour Photographs: 1977 - 1988

How prison made Isamu Noguchi a true modernist

A new exhibition at the Noguchi Museum examines the artist's time as a voluntary prisoner in WWII America

Isamu Noguchi, Yellow Landscape, 1943. Magnesite, wood, string, metal fishing weight. Photo: Kevin Noble / ©The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum / Artists Rights Society (ARS).

Viñoly joins other starchitects in Miami

Architect's two tower condo, One River Point, boasts skylofts and a skybridge for 'elegantly expensive living'

One River Point, Miami - Rafael Viñoly Architects

Christie's Strangest Sales – The Oriental Museum

How a bunch of 'heathen curiosities', blackened with boot polish or painted white, ended up in London

The Oriental Museum of Major General Charles Stuart, comprising manuscripts, sculptures, bronzes, costume, jewellery, weapons and natural history SALE 11 and 14 June 1830, London estimate Not published sold £1,964/$9,350 equivalent today £157,000/ $227,600

How The Jetsons inspired a 3-mile-high super tall

Engineers Arcon say the materials and technology to build this future cityscape already exist

Arconic claims that the tower could be built from materials that are either already available or are in development

Aren't these wooden buildings beautiful?

400 million years old and wood (finally) gets its own book and show!

Facade detail, 475 West 18th, New York, NY, 2015. When complete, the 10-story residential building known as 475 West 18th will be the first structural timber building in New York City. The design by SHoP Architects was one of two competition winners of the U.S. Tall Wood Building Prize, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. (Courtesy SHoP Architects PC)

Gombrich explains Cézanne

On the anniversary of the artist’s birth, let the great art historian explain how this master moved painting forward

Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from Bellevue, c. 1885. As reproduced in The Story of Art

Chek Mok Kit Keung's Guide to Chinese New Year

The Shang Palace chef on how to make your Chinese New Year celebrations momentous - and memorable!

Chek Mok Kit Keung of Shang Palace at the Shangri-La Kowloon Hotel in Hong Kong

The show that links Gerhard Richter and Etel Adnan

NY's Flag Art Foundation proves the German master has quite a lot in common with a 91-year-old 'emerging' artist

Etel Adnan L’etang Fleuri, 2016 Tapestry, wool (hand-woven by Pinton) Original tapestry design by the artist 1967-70. 148 x 217 cm. Image courtesy of the Flag Art Foundation.

Magnum goes back to Children’s World

How Capa, Chim, Cartier-Bresson and co came together to document the kids of a post world war II landscape

From the ‘Children of the World’ project, 1954 © David Seymour / Magnum Photos

When design doesn't have to be as little as possible

A new show of Mario Bellini's work focuses on the way he worked beauty into industrial production

Meritalia Via Lattea, sofa range, 1970 by Mario Bellini. Photo credit: © Oliviero Toscani. From Mario Bellini: Furniture, Objects & Things.

The painter who escaped the School of London

Find out why Michael Andrews' landscapes have broken the £1m mark and landed him a show at the Gagosian

Micheal Andrews, Permanent Water Mutdjula, by the Kunia Massif (Maggie Spring, Ayers Rock), 1985 - 1986 Acrylic on canvas 213.4 x 259.1 cm 84 × 102 inches. © The Estate of Michael Andrews. Courtesy James Hyman Gallery, London

A look back at glasses

A new show at Design Museum Holon examines the history of spectacles through one remarkable collection

A selection of glasses from Overview at Design Museum Holon. Image courtesy of Design Museum Holon

OMA and Prada create domestic bliss

Rem Koolhaas’ firm built a decidedly homely setting for Prada’s Men’s and Women’s Fall/Winter 2017 show

2017 FW Prada Men's and Women's Show - Continuous Interior by AMO for Prada. Image courtesy of

Shepard Fairey’s plan for Trump’s inauguration

The street artist and creator of the Obama HOPE image has some new posters ready for the Jan 20 event

Defend Dignity Fear by Shepard Fairey. Photographer: Ridwan Adhami. From the Amplifier Foundation’s We The People campaign.

Theaster Gates adds new colour to old data

The US artist moves into poetry and data visualisation for his new LA exhibition at Regen Projects

Installation view of Theaster Gates' But To Be A Poor Race at Regen Projects, Los Angeles January 14 - February 25, 2017 Photo: Brian Forrest. Courtesy the artist and Regen Projects, Los Angeles.

Grace Coddington remembers Lord Snowdon

The fashion icon recalls working with the society photographer both as a model and as a creative director

Grace Coddington, 1959 by Lord Snowdon, as reproduced in Grace: 30 Years of Fashion at Vogue and Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016. Also posted by Grace on her Instagram

Josef Albers at Zwirner kicks off 2017 Sunny Side Up

A new show of the Bauhaus legend's yellow squares is the perfect antidote to a grey London January


Bold new stadiums for Chelsea FC and the Raiders

Two world-class sports brands are teaming up with equally prominent architects to oversee new homes

Manica Architecture's renderings for the proposed Las Vegas Raiders' stadium

Peter Marino designs major Mapplethorpe show

Opening in Tokyo in March, Memento Mori will feature more than 90 photographs curated by Marino from his own collection in a space he himself designed. It's the first Japanese show of Robert Mapplethorpe's work in 15 years

Watermelon with Knife, 1985, by Robert Mapplethorpe. Gelatin Silver Print © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation. Used by permission.

Rem Koolhaas creates a new Factory for Manchester

OMA leans on the city's legendary televisual and musical heritage for its huge new cultural venue

A rendering for Factory Manchester by OMA. Copyright: OMA. Image Courtesy Factory Manchester

A Marina Abramović space odyssey

Ever wondered what an interstellar flight with the world-famous artist might be like? Of course you have!

Marina Abramović at the Arthur C. Clarke Center for Human Imagination

Screensavers as folk art?

Should we regard these functional, visual loops as valuable artifacts? Yes, says Rotterdam’s Het Nieuwe Instituut

Still from Flurry (2002) Mac by Calum Robinson. Image courtesy of Het Nieuwe Instituut

New designs for old age

Design Museum exhibition examines contemporary design solutions to the problems we'll all face in later life

Aura by Superflex. Image courtesy of the Design Museum

Did you spot JR in the 72nd Street station?

See how Vik Muniz, fellow artist and friend of the French photograffeur, sneaked JR into his NY Subway art

Marc Azoulay (right), JR's studio director, beside Vik Muniz's portrait of JR in the 72nd Avenue Station, as part of Perfect Strangers. Image courtesy of Marc's Instagram

How artist co-ops created NY’s downtown scene

A new show looks at how artist-run galleries helped create an astonishingly varied Sixties art scene

Red Grooms transporting an artwork to Reuben Gallery, New York, 1960 (detail) photo by John Cohen, . Gelatin silver print, 10 x 6 3/4 in. © John Cohen. Image courtesy of the Grey Art Gallery

The High Line gets a London-style art plinth

New York’s linear park will soon have its first dedicated public art space, inspired by Trafalgar Square

Simone Leigh's Cupboard VII proposal for the High Line Plinth. Image courtesy of High Line Art

Nocturnal Animals' hidden art stars

Did you spot the Sterling Ruby, Mark Bradford, John Currin and Alexander Calder works in Tom Ford's new film?

Amy Adams in Nocturnal Animals, beside a photograph by Richard Misrach. Photograph by Merrick Morton, courtesy of Focus Features

JFK airport gets a $10 billion upgrade

Could a huge cash injection turn this 68-year-old entry point into the kind of airport New York deserves?

Rendering of the JFK upgrade, courtesy of the New York Governor's office

What are you doing up there Massimo?

Discover why the Phaidon author and world’s greatest chef began this year with a high-altitude dinner over Mexico

Massimo Bottura at Dinner in the Sky Mexico. Image courtesy of Milena Yanes' Instagram

Stephen Shore's snowy American Surfaces

The 69-year-old New York photographer reprises his cross-country road trips for a winter in the Instagram age

Stockyard Café, Bozeman, Montana by Stephen Shore. Image courtesy of Stephen Shore's Instagram

Fredrik Berselius on nature, food and Michelin stars

The founding chef of Aska in New York describes how he went from would-be architect to Michelin-star winner

Aska's Fredrik Berselius. Photograph by Gentl and Hyers

Juan José Cambre - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Juan José Cambre

Elemental Living - Down Under

Resembling an ancient settlement and built using rammed earth and local crushed rock, Earth House comprises a series of living and sleeping spaces, all connected by a corridor the architect calls the 'disappearing street'

Earth House, Victoria, Australia - Jolson Architects 2003

Christie's Strangest Sales – Raphael’s Muse

The stakes were high when this sublime Renaissance sketch came up for sale at the venerable auction house

Raffaello Sanzio, called Raphael (1483–1520), Head of a Muse, c.1510, black chalk over pounce marks, traces of stylus, 30.5 x 22 cm (12 x 8½ in). Sale: 8 December 2009, London. Estimate: £12m–16m/ $19.7m–26.3m. Sold £29,161,250/ $48,009,960

Déborah Pruden - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Deborah Pruden

Grace's greatest photographers – Demarchelier

To celebrate the publication of Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016, Vogue's Grace Coddington recalls some of her favourite photographers, including the long-standing consummate professional Patrick Demarchelier

Ahmed Alsoudani - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Ahmed Alsoudani

Sarah Sze goes underground in New York

The artist joins Chuck Close, Vik Muniz and Jean Shin to create public works for the city's new subway line

Sarah Sze's Blueprint for a Landscape (2016) at the 96th Street station. All photos: Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Christie's Strangest Sales - Where Relativity Began

What happened when 54 pages of Einstein's theoretical mathematical processes went under the hammer?

Albert Einstein (1879–1955) and Michele Besso (1873–1955), Einstein–Besso Manuscript, 1913, 54 (of 56) pages, quarto, ink and pencil on 37 sheets of foolscap and squared paper of various types, mostly 27.5 x 21 cm (10½ x 8½ in) Sale 25 November 1996, New York Estimate $250,000–350,000/
£150,000–210,000 Sold $398,500/£238,700 Equivalent today $580,900/£400,000

The Art of the Plant – Yayoi Kusama

Find out why the Japanese artist regards her work as a means to heal both herself and mankind

Heart Flowers (2011) by Yayoi Kusama. Private collection. As reproduced in Plant

When James Franco spanked Paul McCarthy

The Hollywood actor tells Stephen Colbert how McCarthy helped him drop his pants in public

Paul McCarthy and James Franco in Rebel Dabble Bubble (2012) as reproduced in our newly expanded Paul McCarthy Contemporary Artist Series monograph

Yu Hong - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Yu Hong

Steven Holl’s wave-like library for Malawi

The brilliant US architect brings his contemplative building design skills to one of the poorest areas of Africa

Steven Holl's model for the new Malawian library. Image courtesy of

The search for Darwin's moth

Why was Darwin convinced this long-tongued moth existed even though it wasn't discovered until after he died?

Angraecum sesquipedale (now commonly known as Darwin’s orchid) and the Xanthopan morganii moth as photographed by Robert Clark for Evolution

Grace's greatest photographers – Mario Testino

To celebrate the publication of Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016, Vogue's Grace Coddington recalls some of her favourite photographers, including this Peruvian master who “manages to keep the mood up, up, up”

The Art of the Plant – Emily Dickinson

What did the American poet see in this simple page of pressed flowers?

Herbarium sheet, c.1839–46 Pressed flowers on woven paper, 33 × 49.5 cm / 13 × 19½ in Houghton Library, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. As reproduced in Plant

Great recipes deserve great ingredients

Couple our great new book Eataly with one of the regional gift boxes from the Italian food company this Christmas

BIG to rebrand the Nordic countries

Bjarke Ingels’ practice joins Area9, Ole Lund Creative and Mensch in an ambitious rebrand of the region

Bjarke Ingels in Greenland, 2016. Image courtesy of Bjarke Ingels' Instagram

David Diao - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

David Diao in his studio

Can you see Beirut in Mona Hatoum’s metal blocks?

How the Lebanese artist looked back to her shattered home town via this brutal, evocative steel installation

Bunker (2011), 22 mild-steel tubing structures, dimensions variable. Installation view at White Cube, London, 2011. As reproduced in our new Contemporary Artist Series monograph

Plant and BloomsyBox – the gift that keeps on giving

If you’re gifting our great book Plant this holiday season why not couple it with a year’s worth of blooms?

Plant and - the gift that keeps on giving

Christie's Strangest Sales - An expensive egg timer

Find out how the world's most expensive timepiece weathered the revolution and winged its way back to Russia

Carl Fabergé (1846–1920), Rothschild Fabergé Egg, 1902, jewelled vari-coloured gold-mounted and enamelled egg on plinth, incorporating a clock and an automaton, 27 cm (101/2 in) tall SALE 28 November 2007, London ESTIMATE £6m–9m/$12.4m–18.6m SOLD £8,980,500/$18,573,940

A Movement in a Moment: Post-Impressionism

Discover why Virginia Woolf pinpointed a 1910 painting exhibition as the starting point for the modern life

Vincent van Gogh, Wheat Field with Cypresses, 1889. Oil on canvas, 73 × 93.4 cm / 28¾ × 36¾ in Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. As reproduced in Art in Time.

Rose Wylie - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Rose Wylie. Photo by Joe McGorty

How Ettore Sottsass took a shine to glass

A new show in the designer's centenary year looks at his fascination with, and dedication to, the material

Glass pieces, 1982 by Ettore Sottsass. From our book Sottsass

MAD's Fake Hills solve real world problems

Our new book shows how this coastal block draws on the local geography to bring nature into its residents’ lives

Fake Hills by MAD Architects. Images courtesy of MAD. As reproduced in MAD Works

Robert De Niro’s favourite new painter

Find out more about the New York painter RH Quaytman, winner of the 2016 Robert De Niro Sr. Prize

Chapter 12: iamb (2008) by RH Quaytman. As reproduced in Painting Abstraction

How designers take a lead from the natural world

Evolution details the natural phenomena aiding designers - and how some designs have changed the animal world

A microscopic view of sharkskin photographed by Robert Clark in Evolution: A Visual Record

Grace's greatest photographers – Tim Walker

To mark the publication of Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016, Vogue's Grace Coddington recalls some of her favourite photographers, including this tenacious, quintessentially English fashion image maker

Kate Moss in Alexander McQueen; headpiece, Julien d’Ys. Hair, Julien d’Ys; makeup, Stéphane Marais; set design, Andy Hillman; Paris, April 2012. From Grace: The American Vogue Years and Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016

Genieve Figgis - Why I Paint

Exploring the creative processes of tomorrow's artists today - as featured in Vitamin P3

Genieve Figgis photographed by Doreen Kilfeather courtesy Almine Rech

The Art of the Plant – Leonardo da Vinci

Artist or scientist? Discover why da Vinci's botanical drawings lie at the very heart of this Renaissance Man's work

Star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum), wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa) and sun spurge (Euphorbia helioscopia), c.1505–10 Pen and ink with red chalk on paper, 19.8 × 16 cm / 7¾ × 6¼ in Royal Collection Trust, London

Sasha Petraske's 8 rules for drinking decorously

Find out how Milk & Honey's Sasha Petraske changed the bar culture of New York using this list of simple rules

Sasha Petraske

Grace's greatest photographers – David Sims

In honour of the publication of Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016, Vogue's Grace Coddington recalls some of her favourite photographers, including the Nineties minimalist who reminded her of David Bailey

Sasha Pivovarova in Alexander McQueen. Hair, Guido; makeup, Diane Kendal; London, September 2008. From Grace: The American Vogue Years and Saving Grace Saving Grace: My Fashion Archive 1968-2016

Gift the Book - and the Look! #3

Regarding Cocktails is a great book and an even better gift when paired with a Williams-Sonoma shaker set

Crafthouse by Fortessa Cocktail Shaker Set - the perfect complement to our book Regarding Cocktails, and available from Sonoma Williams

Unveiling the New York City AIDS Memorial

Jenny Holzer and Studio ai collaborate on a monument to those who died and those who continue to fight AIDS

The New York City AIDS Memorial. Photograph by Max Flatow