Donatella Versace is reflecting on her 19 years as a designer with the release of her first-ever book. Published by Rizzoli, the book is titled Versace and is the first of its kind to trace the designer’s career from the moment she assumed creative control of the house in 1997, after her brother Gianni tragically passed away. Written in collaboration with fashion curator Maria Luis Frisa, the tome offers a glimpse into the innermost workings of the family brand through 336-pages of rich visuals and Donatella’s personal anecdotes. Also included are unseen images of supermodels Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, and Linda Evangelista, who all starred in some of Versace’s most memorable campaigns from the ’90s, and a variety of contributions from photographers like Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, and Steven Meisel, who have worked continuously with the house over the past twenty-plus years.

“Versace” by Rizzoli will be released in November 2016.