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A Fashionable Mystery
While the Thea Sisters are on a tropical vacation in the Bahamas, they find an old pirate map! Could it lead to treasure? Thats a question the five mice are eager to answer! They venture onto the sparkling Caribbean Sea to follow the map. Its a dazzling adventure!
About the Author
Thea Stilton was born in New Mouse City, Mouse Island. She is a special correspondent for The Rodent's Gazette, Mouse Island's most famouse newspaper, which is edited by her famouse brother, Geronimo Stilton. A graduate of the prestigious Mouseford Academy, Ms. Stilton is a visiting professor of journalism at Mouseford today. She is also the author of numerous mystery novels based on the exciting lives of her friends and former students, the Thea Sisters. In her spare time, Ms. Stilton loves to travel and go on fabumouse adventures.
Secrets Of A Fashion Therapist
Dressing for success is part of an everyday reality for all women in all walks of life. When faced with the overwhelming array of clothes offered in large stores, one is often besieged by self-doubt and in need of a strong hand to help develop that elusive quality called taste.
Enter Secrets of a Fashion Therapist from renowned Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper Betty Halbreich, who has dressed everyone from 12-year olds and their young mothers to media stars and grand dames. Sharing her impeccable, on-target fashion sense, Betty dispenses wisdom, humor, and advice on how to enhance natural beauty, build a more confident self-image, and most of all, have more fun getting dressed.
Betty first gives the reader a privileged look into the fashion world by taking her on a walk through Bergdorf Goodman, the famed specialty store. Along the way, Betty will explain how to shop like a professional in an enormous store (especially where the clothes seem too pricey, and the sales associates too haughty), deal with the limits of the ubiquitous dressing room, most effectively use a personal shopper, and utilize the general sales force of a specialty store.
With tips, magnificent pen-and-ink drawings, and tried-and-true methods that have remained infallible since the book's initial printing in 1997, Secrets of a Fashion Therapist teaches readers how to dress for all settings, from the workplace to cocktail hour to walking your dog. While broadening readers' attitudes towards fashion, Betty Halbreich will help women create a tasteful wardrobe that has "you" written all over it.
About the Author
Betty Halbreich has been director of Solutions at New York Cityâ€™s famed Bergdorf Goodman for more than 30 years. She has helped make the world a better-dressed place by working with countless designers and showing generations of women how to create their own styles.
A Fashion Fairytale
Inside every girl is a Princess Pearl.
From the internationally successful creator of Felicity Wishes, comes a brand new girl character - Princess Pearl. Pearl is an ordinary girl - but she has a very extraordinary secret. She is a real sea princess! When Pearl searches in her wardrobe for something warm to wear she accidentally falls into the Underwater Kingdom and transforms into a beautiful princess. But there's an emergency going on under the sea. Princess Velvet has been swept up on a tidal wave all the way from their enemies in the Reef Kingdom. Can Pearl befriend the poorly princess and make her better Princess Pearl brings together all the essential elements of a little girl's imagination - princesses, friendship and a touch of magic!
About the Author
Emma Thomson is a fine artist with over twenty years' experience of illustrating products for all of the major high street chains. She has close links with M&S, for whom she launched two extremely successful merchandise properties in the 1990s. Emma is co-founder of White Lion Publishing which publishes her cards - in particular the Felicity Wishes range.
Gaza A City Of Many Battles
Gaza a City of Many Battles is a history of the city of Gaza from ancient times through the 19th century.
Fashioning Society tells the story of the period from the 1860s to the 1970s, a time when a succession of haute couture designers-most notably, Charles Worth, Paul Poiret, Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, Christian Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent-were the arbiters of fashion, and their creations were the weapon of choice for power-seeking members of the aristocracy and upper classes. The book explores the ways in which high fashion designers and their maisons mutually influenced the fine arts and sociological, technological, philosophical, and political developments. The author compares the "hundred years of fashion" to the current relationship of haute couture with other aspects of world culture and civilization. In addressing the question, "What has happened to high fashion design?" it presents what students of style and fashion should consider when trying to understand and predict broad trends.Features:-- "Looking Forward/Looking Back," demonstrates how motives similar to those that drove relationship between high fashion and society during the hundred years of fashion continue to affect those interactions today-- End-of-chapter boxes contain extracts from recent newspaper articles to generate discussion comparing the role of high fashion in the past and present-- The timeline in the appendix provides a chronological framework of events and trends-- 16-page color insert illustrates key examples of the work of the six designers whose stories form the core of the narrative
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