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I’ll Have What She’s Having: A lust for life that doesn’t quit. And The Power Trip to go with it.
I just adore Jackie Collins.
My grandmother and I used to hunker down in front of the TV and watch those “Collins sisters” whenever they did a chat show. Jackie and her sister, Joan Collins, the fiery, smart, gorgeous, and quickest wits in an era whenREAD MORE »
Just as Raf Simons is set to unveil a newly reconfigured take on the iconic codes of Christian Dior comes a glorious three-volume set of books from Assouline to refresh your palette…
With all eyes on Dior and what Mr. Simons will bring to the storied house debuts a look back at one of fashion’s most iconic powerhouses with three volumes dedicated to Dior Fashion, Fine Jewellery & Perfume.
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Eyewear designer Moss Lipow discovers the history of eyewear from their humble, practical minded beginnings to their meteoric rise as an impression making fashion accessory in his new book Eyewear.
As a designer, collector & enthusiast Lipow combines his first-hand knowledge and curated collection of eyewear with an insightful look at the evolution of eyewear for this just released tome that should serve as anREAD MORE »
Reading "Follow the Model, Miss J's Guide to Unleashing Presence, Poise, and Power" by my old friend, assistant stylist / sidekick, former partner in bettering the crimes of fashion is just like sitting around and talking to Alex, ummm Miss J.Well, we've already gone through this he has as many names as he has fabulous steps as a runway coach. He is AlexREAD MORE »
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Andy Warhol’s witty, little ditties
The World According To Warhol- Andy Warhol’s witty little ditties on style.
“Looking at store windows is great entertainment because you can see these things and be really glad it’s not home filling up your closets and drawers.
You never knew in advance if she’d look like a million or like two cents. And the way she’d decide she should look wouldREAD MORE »