There’s something about New York that makes it unlike anywhere else on the planet. New York by New York is a new coffee table book that chronicles everything that makes the city what it is. If there was any publisher uniquely equipped to bring together the written and visual talent to create a book called New York by New York, it’s the people at Assouline. The same people that made Rolex: The Impossible Collection and the Hot Wheels book turned their eyes to the melting pot that is the Big Apple. Herein lies what Martine Assouline describes as “a little tribute to the New York I love.” The book is an expose that has you traveling through the most important periods of the city and all its boroughs with imagery from photographers like Edward Steichen and Peter Lindbergh, and words from writers like E.B. White and Tom Wolfe. The almost 400-page tome will be released in October.