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  • A Picasso You Can Actually Afford

    A Legendary Picasso Collection, Back on the Market

    Finally, a legendary collection of the artist’s work is back on the market—at a price
  • The Inedibles: Obsessions of Extreme Foodists

    The Inedibles: Obsessions of Extreme Foodists

    Since when did ash, hay, wood and air become the stuff of haute cuisine? Since people began paying for them, of course. Here, an excerpt from Dana Goodyear's Anything That Moves
  • Celebrities Through Tyler Shields’ Lens

    Celebrities Through Tyler Shields’ Lens

    The L.A. photographer reveals the details behind the most risqué photos in his latest book
  • 4 Lives Worth Reading About

    4 Lives Worth Reading About

    November brings books about Anjelica Huston, Bob Fosse and more
  • The Cost of Inventing Twitter

    The Cost of Inventing Twitter

    In Hatching Twitter, author Nick Bilton chronicles the brilliance—and the backstabbing—that went into founding the world’s hottest website
  • The Return of Short Fiction

    The Return of Short Fiction

    Is the short story in the midst of a comeback? Plus: Three new collections that exemplify the form at its finest
  • How Victor SkrebneskiSees It

    How Victor Skrebneski
    Sees It

    “Next” is the prolific 84-year-old photographer’s favorite four-letter word. Here, he tells DuJour what lies ahead
  • The Very Good Life

    The Very Good Life

    What is it really like being Valentino's right-hand man? Giancarlo Giammetti tells his story in his new autobiography
  • Did They Really Just Say That?

    Did They Really Just Say That?

    From Anthony Weiner’s self-loathing to Martha’s swipe at Gwyneth, the 5 most mind-boggling statements of the week
  • Craig McDean’s Dream Girls

    Craig McDean’s Dream Girls

    The fashion photographer celebrates the models he found endlessly inspiring
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