"Featuring about 200 objects, both fine art and fashion, Camp: Notes on Fashion will trace the origins of the subject from the 17th century, specifically the court of Versailles, to the present day, when disruption and duplicity are the common currency."
—Laird Borrelli-Persson, Vogue
"[An] amazing catalogue . . . extraordinary."
—Christiane Amanpour, CNN
"The catalog is divided into two discrete, mint-colored books, both of which are strapped into a handsome pink leather-bound case. The design is pure confection."
—Alex Weintraub, Los Angeles Review of Books
"a thumb-through of the show's lavish if cumbersome catalog excited me."
—Roberta Smith, New York Times
"…wondrously discursive main essay…"
—Andy Battaglia, ArtNews
"Befitting the giddy opulence of ‘Camp: Notes on Fashion’ [...] this catalogue is a haute objet unto itself."
—Jennifer Krasinski, Bookforum
"Opulent [...] extravagant [...] will escort you into a world of haute couture's most extravagant side [...] an extraordinary illuminating theoretical examination of camp."
—Do You Read Me?!
"Provides a rigorous overview of camp's etymological and phenomenological origins [...] not only an exquisitely entertaining read, but also a collectable objet d'art that will give a sprinkling of camp to even the squarest of coffee tables."
—Kitty Grady, Financial Times
"…thorough catalogue essay…"
—David D'Arcy, Observer
"…beautiful—and quite campy in its own right…"
—Steff Yokta, Vogue