American artist and design legend Tony Duquette (1914-1999) was known for his over-the-top style in interiors, jewelry, costumes, and set design. His clients included Elizabeth Arden, the Duchess of Windsor, and Herb Albert. He designed sets for MGM musicals with Arthur Freed and Vincente Minnelli and Tony Award-winning costumes for the original Broadway production of Camelot, and he was the first American to exhibit a one-man show at the Louvre in Paris. Tony Duquette is a lavishly illustrated book with many lost and never-before-published photographs from the Duquette archives, including portraits and pictures taken by Man Ray, John Engstead, and George Platt Lynes, as well as original sketches, designs, and texts by Duquette himself. With commentary, interviews, stories, and contributions from Liza Minnelli, Arlene Dahl, Steven Meisel, Bruce Weber, and others.