Photographer Todd Selby has become recognized for his interiors work, as popularized by his blog, The Selby, and his food imagery featured in T: The New York Times Style Magazine's Edible Selby column. His latest work, however, explores the world of the fashion industry, showing designers, stylists, models, and more in their studios or homes. "There’s a whole side of fashion that people don’t really know about or think about," Selby told The Daily Beast. "People know all about the big designers, but there are all of these other people: color experts, people who raise angora bunnies, [and others who] make brooches out of broken mirrors." Featuring over 90 percent previously unpublished photographs, Selby captured the work flow and design process of an array of fashion industry stars, from British actress Virginia Bates's antiques shop to famed French fashion designer Isabel Marant's studio. "One really surprising thing to me was, when I saw Isabel Marant, I was shooting her in the process of doing a fitting, but there was no fit model. She tries on every piece of clothing herself. She’s looking in the mirror, she’s looking behind, she sees how it feels. Normally a designer would have a fit model and they would look at them and turn them around. But it’s very personal for her." It's these intimate details that Selby hopes to deliver to a new audience through his signature photographs and the questionnaires answered by his subjects in Fashionable Selby (Abrams, March 2014), where he captures some of the fashion industry's most creative names in their most personal settings.