This essential guide to the Duchess of Cambridge's style celebrates her ladylike, yet youthful fashion flair and gives Kate fans an insider's look at her favorite designers and stores, plus her beauty and grooming tricks
ReFashioned features 46 international designers who work with recycled materials and discarded garments, reinvigorating them with new life and value. The result is beautiful and desirable clothing and accessories that also make an important statement to the fashion world about its wasteful and exploitative practices.
Hairstyles: Ancient to Present is not only the most comprehensive survery of hairstyles ever published, it is also a visual celebration of this endlessly inventive cultural phenomenon that looks at the entire cultural sprectrum of hairstyle, from ancient Greek tresses and eighteenth century powdered wigs to Art Deco bobs and Punk spikes, to the latest directions in the world of hairdressing today.
Dr Libby explains your outer world, the food you choose, the nutrients you ingest, hydration, posture, movement and what your body needs to create lovely nails, lustrous hair, sparkling eyes, and clear, luminous skin. Dr Libby explains your inner world, sex hormones, stress hormones, detox, digestion, elimination pathways, thyroid and pituitary functions. Both worlds relate to your sparkle and by taking a heart-opening look at your emotional landscape.
Mireille Guiliano tackles the delicate subject of ageing showing how women of forty and beyond can 'attack' the upcoming decades with attitude and style. Witty, perceptive and bursting with Mireille's personal experiences, the book covers everything from skincare secrets and fashion tips to the role of relationships and the importance of relaxation.
A Life in Fashion is a lively and informative study of Beaton’s style, which kept evolving over the decades, driving and reflecting the transitions in men’s fashion that followed the Second World War. Drawing on unpublished records and interviews with Beaton’s former tailors, Benjamin Wild delightfully scrutinizes Beaton’s approach to fashion as well as his influence on designers such as Giles Deacon and Dries van Noten. 80 illustrations in colour and black-and-white.
In this book, vintage clothing connoisseurs Wayne and Gerardine Hemingway have created an essential guide to vintage style, providing authoritative answers, tips and suggestions on how to embrace and understand vintage in a practical and inspiring way.
This book depicts the style of Sydney, the cultural capital and new style hub and epicentre of the Australia’s fashion evolution. Beautifully assembled and packed with full-colour photos of the stylish and eclectic residents of Sydney.
The production, use and eventual disposal of most clothing is environmentally damaging, and many fashion and textile designers are becoming keen to employ more sustainable strategies in their work. This book provides a practical guide to the ways in which designers are creating fashion with less waste and greater durability.
Shannon Meyer offers a visual history of the black dress, illustrating its transformation from a traditional mourning garment to the fashion staple it is today. From the Victorian era’s stringent rules on mourning clothing to Coco Chanel’s revolutionary first line of black dresses to millennial wedding gowns, black has prevailed as a universal, ever appropriate, always fashionable choice.