Series of photographs highlighting high-gloss handbags and shoes of the season. Objects | Prized PossessionT Magazine, The New York Times. Photographed by Anthony Cotsifas. Produced by Michael Reynolds.

The art of the email Barneys New York | Of course, when you are hawking designer duds and the world of luxury, it is a bit less challenging to create communications that are both effective and easy on the eye. Barneys New York has a long history of distinctive and renowned retail marketing. Under a completely new management team, there has been a much warranted focus on e-commerce and email marketing. Emails, all are consistently formatted with the site’s navigation bar anchoring the header. Individual efforts feature unique photography or typographic layouts that push new wares, events or supporting promotional videos. Always clean, well written along with the critical call-to-action. S H O P  N O W

Bergdorf Goodman at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV.

Bergdorf Goodman at the Greenbrier, White Sulphur Springs, WV.

Bergdorf Goodman looks at fall styles at the famed Dorothy Draper designed Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia.

Brando & Redford, 1966.

Brando & Redford, 1966.

Trish Goff, Vogue, March 1995.Photographed by Pamela Hanson.

Trish Goff, Vogue, March 1995.Photographed by Pamela Hanson.

The first telephone pay station in Los Angeles, 1899.

The first telephone pay station in Los Angeles, 1899.

Strangers welcome.

Strangers welcome.

Guido Guidi, Fosso Ghaiaia, Italie, 1971

Guido Guidi, Fosso Ghaiaia, Italie, 1971

Dallas, Texas, 1963. Photographed by Thomas Hoepker.

Dallas, Texas, 1963. Photographed by Thomas Hoepker.

Trimmed snapshot of Maynard Stuckey and a fellow employee at a frozen custard stand, ca 1936. Collection David Claudon.

Trimmed snapshot of Maynard Stuckey and a fellow employee at a frozen custard stand, ca 1936. Collection David Claudon.

Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post, Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, New Mexico Department of Tourism, 1954.

Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post, Santo Domingo Pueblo, New Mexico, New Mexico Department of Tourism, 1954.