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Bold and bright and exciting.--Jocelyn Silver "Milk Studios " Selected for Vogue.com's Best Photo Books of Spring 2016--Suzanne Shaheen "Vogue.com " A sparkling nugget of cultural history of NYC.--Mary-Louise Foss "NewYork.com " The photographer offers a visual smorgasbord that can be selectively viewed or interpreted. No question that the photographer has offered an amazingly keen eye when it comes to assembling the contents of this book... There is value in its viewing in that the millennial reader will only know Isaac [Mizrahi] from QVC and that this era of NYC clubbing no longer exists in any way. For the older reader, it might serve as a wonderful reminder of days gone by.--Jeffrey Felner "The New York Journal of Books " Like Waplington's McQueen exhibition at the Tate Britain last year - the museum's first-ever solo show by a photographer - the book is studded with other subjects to keep it from being purely biographical... with Mizrahi, it's Waplington's diary of the '90s club scene.--Stephanie Eckardt "W Magazine Online " While Isaac's brand has gone through many incarnations, Waplington's images capture what was so inspiring about its first eruption onto the New York fashion scene: the head-spinning colors, fearlessness, and glamorous theatricality. They also show the energy and intimacy of Mizrahi's studio.--Alice Newell-Hanson "i-D " This monograph offers a fascinating snapshot of an adventurous era known for its bubblegum-colored clothes, oversize platform shoes, and fizzy part scene.--Julien Sauvalle "Out Magazine " The photographer Nick Waplington's new book captures a lately much longed-for cultural moment in New York City's history, when supermodels ruled the runways and club kids held court at all hours.--Jamie Sims "The New York Times " The Isaac Mizrahi Pictures: High fashion and hedonism in 80s New York. British photographer Nick Waplington spent four years in the late 80s documenting behind-the-scenes at Isaac Mizrahi's fashion house by day and New York's heady club scene by night. The result is a snapshot of a vibrant vanished moment in the city's cultural history.--CNN Whereas most designer monographs are prone to elision and calculation Pictures... is as offhand as it is precise. Yes there is Christy, Linda, and Naomi arranged effortlessly during a fitting or backstage but on the next page club kids and drag queens grind and jeer. The effect is shocking fun.--Christopher Barnard "Paper "