After a successful debut last year, the Boston Art Book Fair is back this weekend for a second round. Organized by Bodega and Boston Center for the Arts, the event will include numerous events, galleries, panels, book signings, and more.

Highsnobiety is a media partner of the fair and will be hosting a panel discussion on Saturday moderated by our North American editorial director Jian Deleon and featuring guests Curtains, photographer Adam Jason Cohen, and Oliver Mak of Bodega.

To mark the launch of our book, The Incomplete Highsnobiety Guide to Street Fashion and Culture, the panel will discuss how print and DIY culture relate to fashion, as well as the journeys of three creatives exploring this intersection at a global brand level. The book will also be available for purchase, as well as Highsnobiety magazine Issue 17.

There will also be a slew of other exhibitions and presentations from Aperture, PROPS, D.A.P./Artbook, and more.

BABF 2018 takes place at the Cyclorama in Boston on October 13 and 14, admission free. There will also be a ticketed preview party (21+) tonight, October 12. For more information about the weekend's events, head to BABF's website.

Created in collaboration with publishing house and co-author Gestalten, 'The Incomplete Highsnobiety Guide to Street Fashion and Culture' is available to buy now for $60 at US stockists, or for £39.90 (inc. VAT, approximately $46) from our webstore. Click the link below to shop.

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