One of my favorite book releases of late, not in fashion (Rizzoli, $50) catalogs the work of Mark Borthwick, a photographer in love with fashion but conversely disinterested in its typical sleek photographic representation. During the 90s, Borthwick developed an aesthetic that was more about interpreting the garments rather than exhibiting them. As such, Borthwick's images often featured models posing with—not in—clothing, and they are marked by careful overexposure. In fact, he frequently exposed undeveloped film to sunlight (albeit very quickly) to give his photos a distinct, faded coloring. Borthwick's is an aesthetic quite popular now among young, "anti-Vogue" style outlets, especially with the democratization of creation through new media.