Havana Blues

Pastel facades, vintage cars, Art Deco buildings and architectural travels, as well as a unique blend of African, French, Spanish and North American influences converse in Havana, Cuba—and, thus, in Pamela Ruiz’s photobook that honors the vibrant city. With over 200 exquisite images, Ruiz captures Cuba’s rich culture, self-determination and progress.

Art Deco Style

From Assouline’s Style series, Art Deco Style chronicles the rise and impact of the decorative aesthetic that emerged from the turn of the 20th century. Charting Art Deco’s evolution between World War I and II, the book examines everything from skyscrapers to locomotives, the geometric abstraction of Cubism, advertising, fashion and more to understand the movement’s global reach. Replete with enthralling imagery and a forward …

The Carlyle Book

An emblem of timeless Uptown New York glamour, The Carlyle Hotel has dazzled guests since the 1930s. Through more than 200 images (including never-before-seen photographs), with tantalizing text by author James Reginato that delves into the establishment’s storied history and a foreword from Lenny Kravitz, Assouline’s The Carlyle book captures the magic. Those who’ve stayed at the hotel or sipped classic cocktails within the whimsy …