" Horst: Photographer of Style" is the type of fashion/photography coffee table book that will continue to give new perspectives with each reading and is a must for those who have even the slightest interest in either of those topics we really get to see the full breadth of his work. This stunning and detailed overview is about as apt a title as one can get; it is clear, simple, and spot on. As said, what is so wonderful here is that the reader is exposed to a 360-degree view of Horst. This is not a book that one can recommend strongly enough because Horst may have set the bar or the platinum standard for so many genres of photography. This is a one-volume encyclopedia that will offer its reader everything from education to just sheer enjoyment and pleasure. "New York Journal of Books"
guaranteed to inspire just about every corner of your life. "One King s Lane"
"Whether he was snapping the ruins of Persepolis or haute couture chapeaus, the gravel-voiced virtuoso had no illusions about what made his oeuvre special. 'I don't think photography has anything remotely to do with the brain, ' said Horst, whose romantic partnership with writer Valentine Lawford also fueled stunning beau monde-at-home stories for "Vogue." 'It has to do with eye appeal.'" "Architectural Digest
""Horst: Photographer of Style" is a richly illustrated survey of the single-monikered image maker whose work graced the pages of "Vogue" for six decades the book is a rich history of a life spent chronicling the intersecting worlds of art, fashion, design, theater, Hollywood and high society. "Los Angeles Times"
Celebrating the entire career of legendary fashion photographer Horst P. Horst, this rich illustration includes a retrospective of the photographer s career, spanning fashion, nudes, portraiture, interiors, and art at the Victoria and Albert Museum. " Society Diaries"
"""The father of fashion photography, Horst, proved the worth of fashion photography as an art form, as evidenced by his works in"Horst: Photographer of Style." The images in this book inspired, and will continue to inspire new generations of artists." -"Document Magazine""show more