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POSTED: 14 Oct 13 12:00

It seems almost absurd to think that any photographer could be behind a collection called simply Unseen McQueen. But then, Barry Feinstein was never just an ordinary photographer.

GQ take an in-depth look at Barry Feinstein's stunning photography in Unseen McQueen.

POSTED: 30 Sep 13 12:00

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Paul Stuart and Reel Art Press present a stunning exhibition of Rat Pack photography, as featured in the lavishly illustrated, limited edition book, The Rat Pack.

Featuring signed vintage prints and limited edition prints, this exhibition is dedicated to the photography of Frank Sinatra's legendary clique. The majority of the images are previously unseen. A must-see show. Not to be missed.


Paul Stuart store in New York at:

10 East 45th Street, at Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10017

Paul Stuart stores in Chicago at:

107 East Oak Street
Chicago, Illinois 60611

208 South LaSalle Street
Chicago, Illinois 60604


The exhibition will run from October 10 to November 15 in New York and October 16 to November 15 in Chicago.

POSTED: 30 Sep 13 12:00

"This book, lovingly crafted by bespoke publishers, Reel Art Press, will delight all those McQueen fans and completists out there."

Jocks & Nerds magazine recommend Unseen McQueen: Barry Feinstein.

POSTED: 30 Sep 13 12:00

"McQueen’s daredevil, thrill-seeking mantra of “I love for myself and I answer to nobody” is captured most uniquely and genuinely by Barry Feinstein."

Unseen McQueen: Barry Feinstein is featured in Cent magazine.

POSTED: 11 Sep 13 12:00

"This substantial book can be approached on two different levels, but by whichever approach you should find it rewarding."

Leica Society's Christopher Angeloglou reviews Photographers in-depth.

POSTED: 09 Sep 13 12:00

"One of 2013's must-have coffee-table books."

Grazia take a look at Audrey Hepburn in Hats in their fantastic 'Week In Week Out' culture section.

POSTED: 13 Aug 13 12:00

"The simple fact is, as 100 Movie Posters: The Essential Collection proves, film posters were better back then."

The Herald reviews 100 Movie Posters: The Essential Collection.