The birds that battle for mates

Our new book, Bird, shows the strange similarities between avian and human behaviour The birds that battle for mates

Put a smile on your plate, like an artist

Quite a few artists have submitted face-like dishes to our new book, The Kitchen Studio. Here’s how you can recreate them Put a smile on your plate, like an artist

Greta Grossman, the Woman who Made Hollywood wake up to Scandi design

Think Scandi cool is a new thing? This Swedish designer turned Sinatra and Garbo onto her elegant, functional style of interiors Greta Grossman, the Woman who Made Hollywood wake up to Scandi design

African artists and consumerism

Whether riding high in a prestige car or picking through the trash, African artists express their relationship with modern consumerism in deft and compelling ways, as our new book shows African artists and consumerism

This Bajan beach house will bring a smile to your face

Kit Kemp is seriously good at creating boutique hotels, but she still leaves space to indulge her playful nature, as our new Atlas of Interior Design shows
This Bajan beach house will bring a smile to your face

Find a new way to start your day with Middle Eastern Sweets

Salma Hage's new book has fresh ingredients and flavours to wake up your breakfast routine Find a new way to start your day with Middle Eastern Sweets

The herbal pick-me-up in The Latin American Cookbook

Our new survey of Latin American cookery features yerba maté, a holly bush infusion that has been enjoyed for centuries The herbal pick-me-up in The Latin American Cookbook

How models shaped men’s fashion

The Men’s Fashion Book takes a look at the men in front of the camera, and how they changed the way other guys dress How models shaped men’s fashion

Let science guide you towards the Italian sweet life

Our new book The Italian Bakery explains a little of the hard science that underpins sweet, Italian dolci Let science guide you towards the Italian sweet life

How Tokyo changed men's fashion

Back in 1964, “young men embraced a distinctive Ivy League–inspired style through natty sack suits, cropped trousers and madras jackets ... but things change!
How Tokyo changed men's fashion

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