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BOOKS FROM THE EDITORS OF VOGUE



Thirty Years in Vogue
By John Rawlings
With over 200 Vogue and Glamour covers to his credit and 30,000 photos in archive, John Rawlings (1921-1970) immortalized the era in which American fashion and style truly came into their own. --BOOK JACKET






The Crasher
by Shirley Lord
Shirley Lord has captured the very essence of an outsider's yearning for the glittering world she knows it is her destiny to achieve. "The Crasher" is fast paced and highly entertaining. -- Dominick Dunne
The Man Who Ate Everything
by Jeffrey Steingarten
Funny, outrageous, passionate, and unrelenting, Vogue's food writer, Jeffrey Steingarten, will stop at nothing, as he makes clear in these forty delectable pieces.

How Good Is David Mamet, Anyway?
by John Heilpern
A new collection of reviews and essays drawn from Heilpern's estimable career as a theater critic on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Conference of the Birds: The Story of Peter Brook
by John Heilpern
Take a group of ethnically diverse actors, a carpet, a pair of boots, a very rough idea and a collection of small African villages, and you have the perfect mix for rediscovering the true meaning of theatre.




The Meadowlands: Wilderness Adventures at the End of a City
by Robert Sullivan
A journey into the swamplands located five miles south of Manhattan that have become home to sports teams, garbage, corpses, and other bits of history.
Irving Penn: A Career In Photography
by Rosamond Bernier



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