Where's Karl is a fashion-forward parody of Where's Waldo. It features Karl Lagerfeld hidden among celebrities and fashion insiders at posh parties and crowded runway shows. Personally, this is a major upgrade from the new obsession of Mandela coloring books. Where's Karl is equal parts entertaining and challenging so you can take it with you on long road trips or when you want to relax after a busy day.
This book of poetry is not like any other poetry books you've come across. Each story speaks to a different part of your emotions. But that's not what makes it unique. The originality comes in the cassette inspired design of Side A and Side B, with Side A featuring each of the poems in full and Side B consisting of heavily redacted versions of every poem found on Side A revealing a new, deeper meaning in each piece.
The fourth installment in Tavi's uber-popular online magazine/blog. If you're unfamiliar with the Rookie Yearbook series, each edition is a zine-esque collection of original works from Tavi herself and the many women who contribute to the atmosphere that surrounds Rookie's culture. Yearbook Four promises to be just as inspiring in style, fashion, pop culture, and life as its three predecessors.
Women In This Town is a less refined, edgier version of the Satorialist's namesake book of yesteryear. This coffee table book highlights the influences of a city on personal style. As you travel around the globe from page to page you see the different women who exist on the streets of New York, Paris, Tokyo, Melbourne, London, and Madrid.