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Style File, Ike Ude
1 Ike Ude Style File
Collins 225189 USA 2008 First Edition 0061464201 / 9780061464201 Hardcover Very Good Condition Very Good Ike Ude's Style File is a remarkable volume that profiles more than 55 of the most influential arbiters of style in the world today. With a foreword by Valerie Steele, director of the Museum at F.I.T., and an introduction by Harold Koda, curator-in-charge of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this beautifully designed book provides an intimate perspective on these unique and influential men and women, offering frank insight to their views on fashion and life through evocative interviews and lush photography. Included among the many notable designers, artists, and public figures are John Galliano, Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Isabel and Ruben Toledo, Victoire de Castellane, Andre Leon Talley, Dita Von Teese, Ute Lemper, Francesco Clemente, Christian Louboutin, Diane von Furstenberg, Lapo Elkann, Frederic Malle, and many others.Style File also features numerous editorial features that deepen the book's exploration of enduring style. Annotated photo albums examine the work of premier style-making photographers such as Scavullo, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Coreen Simpson, Seydou Keita, and Maripol. Illustrated essays including those by journalist and professor Nicholas Boston on the popular blog The Sartorialist and by George Pitts, associate chair of photography at the Parsons School of Design, on the Motown Look explore a range of fashion eras, influences, and influencers, from the Belle Epoque to the late visionary stylist Isabella Blow. Evocative archival and portrait photography of fashion legends from Marchesa Casati to Diana Vreeland, select aRude fashion editorials that point to recurring themes in the intertwined cultural-political-style landscape, and style-related aphorisms are featured throughout. This comprehensive, gorgeous book is a rich exploration of personal style that belongs in every well-dressed library. 221 pages. Illustrated with colour and black and white photographs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Fashion & Beauty; Fashion, Fabrics & Style; ISBN/EAN: 9780061464201. Inventory No: 225189. Hardcover 
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Fashion The Changing Shape Of Fashion Through The Years, Jane Dorner
2 Jane Dorner Fashion The Changing Shape Of Fashion Through The Years
Octopus 231631 Great Britain 1974 0706403444 / 9780706403442 Hardcover Very Good Condition Good Over 220 illustrations - 70 in full colour 128 pages. Illustrated with colour and black and white photographs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Fashion & Beauty; Fashion, Fabrics & Style; ISBN: 0706403444. ISBN/EAN: 9780706403442. Inventory No: 231631. This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries. Hardcover 
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Price: 26.50 AUD 22.53 AUD 
 
 
Natural Beauty - How To Look and Feel Fabulous, From Top To Toe, Joanna Lorenz [Editor]
3 Joanna Lorenz [Editor] Natural Beauty - How To Look and Feel Fabulous, From Top To Toe
Southwater 229618 Great Britain 2000 1842151797 / 9781842151792 Softcover Near Fine Condition Simple basic routines and habits that contribute to complete well-being, inside and out, with sections on nutrition, diet, healthy exercise and relaxation techniques as well as make-up skills, hairstyling and work-outs that will tone the body. 256 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Fashion & Beauty; Medicine & Health; ISBN: 1842151797. ISBN/EAN: 9781842151792. Inventory No: 229618. Paperback 
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Price: 24.50 AUD 20.83 AUD 
 
 
Makeover Manual - From Color Me Beautiful, Mary Spillane
4 Mary Spillane Makeover Manual - From Color Me Beautiful
Macmillan 160969 Great Britain 1998 0333716116 / 9780333716113 Softcover Very Good Condition No Dust Jacket 190 pages. Illustrated with colour photographs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Fashion & Beauty; Fashion, Fabrics & Style; ISBN: 0333716116. ISBN/EAN: 9780333716113. Inventory No: 160969. Paperback 
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Price: 18.50 AUD 15.73 AUD 
 
 
Helena Rubinstein - The Woman Who Invented Beauty, Michele Fitoussi
5 Michele Fitoussi Helena Rubinstein - The Woman Who Invented Beauty
HarperCollins 225253 2012 0732293790 / 9780732293796 Softcover Very Good Condition The life of a legend well ahead of her time, who brought skin care and cosmetics to Europe and America while building an empire from scratch and reinventing the modern idea of beauty. Long before SKII, La Prairie, or the coveted Creme de la Mer, there was Helena Rubinstein. Your mother or grandmother probably used Helena Rubinstein creams or cosmetics once upon a time. But not that many people know about Helena's Australian connections. She was little known and has been virtually forgotten, but her extraordinary life spanned nearly a century (she died in 1965 at the age of ninety-three) and three continents. She was banished by her family to Australia at age 24 for refusing to accept an arranged marriage and as a result, became a pioneer who reinvented beauty for modern times. Napoleon Perdis says that he is inspired by Helena. She really was a Polish modern day Scarlett O'Hara! this is the extraordinary story of the woman who created a cosmetic empire and gave it her name, of an entrepreneur who started with nothing except a belief in the strength of women. the eldest of eight girls in a poor Jewish Orthodox family, Helena was born in Krakow, Poland, in 1872. When she was banished to Australia her mother decided to slip a few pots of skin cream, made by a chemist friend of the family, into her daughter's suitcase. Barely two decades later, the cream her mother gave her had become the foundation of her fortune. Coleraine in Victoria, where her uncle was a shopkeeper, might have been an "awful place" but it did not lack for lanolin, the secret ingredient in Helena's creams. to disguise the sheep oil's pungent pong, Helena experimented with lavender, pine bark and water lilies. At the forefront of women's rights movements, Helena opened her first beauty institute in Collins Street, Melbourne in 1902, the year that women obtained the right to vote in Australia. Always ahead of her competitors (Arden, Factor, Revlon, Lauder), she developed marketing and advertising techniques that revolved around skin care and makeup, eventually opening beauty institutes in Australia, London, Paris, and New York. Using science to create cosmetics, she taught women all over the world to do their makeup, to take care of their skin, their bodies, and their well-being. Helena married Edward titus, a Polish-American journalist, editor, and brilliant publicist who helped her establish her empire, with whom she had two sons. She was madly in love; he made her suffer miserably. But he knew everything one needed to know about culture and art in Europe and America. It was through Edward that she was introduced to Cocteau, Colette, D.H. Lawrence, Man Ray. Avant-garde in all domains, she developed an astounding art collection, was a model for Dali, Dufy, Picasso, and owned homes in Europe and the United States. In 1938, she even became a princess, marrying Georgian prince Artchill Gourielli soon after her divorce with Edward titus. She sold her to business to Lehman Brothers in 1928 only to buy it back one year later in the midst of the Depression: making a profit of $6 million, she became one of the wealthiest and most talented businesswomen of her day. 484 pages. Illustrated with black and white photographs. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Biography; Biography & Autobiography; Fashion & Beauty. ISBN/EAN: 9780732293796. Inventory No: 225253. Paperback 
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Fashion, Italian Style, Valerie Steele
6 Valerie Steele Fashion, Italian Style
Yale University Press 227271 USA 2003 0300100140 / 9780300100143 Hardcover Near Fine Condition Near Fine Italian fashion, which encompasses designers and companies from Armani to Zegna, has become a dominant force in the fashion world. This work discusses the rise of Italian fashion since 1945, the development of the Italian "look" from the late 1970s to the present, and the many great designers who have contributed to Italy's fashion triumphs. Valerie Steele describes how Florence, Rome, and later Milan all became important fashion centres and how other Italian cities play specific roles within the country's fashion system. She explains the tradition of "classic" men's tailoring, the importance of accessories, the special connection between textile production and fashion, and the reasons why different regions of Italy specialise in different fabrics or goods. She also analyses the integration of the various sectors of the fashion industry, a uniquely Italian model quite different from those found in France, Britain or the United States. Illustrated with photographs of fashion ensembles, runway shots, advertising images and more, this is a celebration of Italian fashion in its many guises. 131 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Fashion & Beauty; Fashion, Fabrics & Style; ISBN: 0300100140. ISBN/EAN: 9780300100143. Inventory No: 227271. Hardcover 
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