Whats New Category: Fashion
Need some fashion-spiration for the holidays this year? Check out some of these titles from the Library to help you dress your best for any occasion!
YA 646.3083 FLA
Features information on style through the decades and tips for budget shopping in a guide that counsels readers on how to identify a personal image, tailor a look to a particular body type, and prepare for fashion emergencies.
YA 646.34 SHO
Provides details on six different looks–girly, edgy, boho, classic, glam, and indie–and how to customize them; offers advice on accessories; and discusses finding jeans, swimsuits, bras, and underwear to fit one’s body type.
YA 646.48 BEN
In Handmade Chic, Laura shares simple strategies for creating 40 small luxuries and high-fashion accessories, from a smart leather iPad portfolio to a feather-embellished evening bag. With sections organized in skill-building order and based on type of accessory—small leather goods, agendas and notepads, electronics, bags and wallets, and evening items—Laura offers patterns, easy-to-follow diagrams, and detailed instructions for fabricating each glamorous project, whether it involves sewing from scratch or embellishing a pre-purchased garment.
YA 746.92 DEC
By starting with the most basic formula (clothes + art = fashion), Learn To Speak Fashion strips away the anxiety and artifice to get to the heart of what makes clothing so much more than what we put on our bodies. The lessons within these pages range from understanding how to dress every part of the body and how to make your own pair of pants, to learning how to harness your design ideas with an inspiration board, or hold a fashion show in your backyard.
YA 391.009 BLA
A sassy style guide for teenage girls shares insight into the fashion world and how to personalize one’s appearance for best results, chronicling fashion trends throughout history while sharing practical tips from top designers and models.
YA 646.72 STA
Presents instructions for recreating the iconic hairstyles and makeup of fifty beauty icons, from Audrey Hepburn’s eyes to Veronica Lake’s curls and Marilyn Monroe’s lips.
YA 646.34 STA
300+ illustrated wardrobe items. What they look like and how to wear them — The eras that inspired them — The designers who made them — The celebs who made them hot!
YA 646.408 LIN
Create unique fashion styles using old sweaters! Here’s a book for anyone interested in designing a wardrobe that expresses individuality in fun and creative ways. Second-Time Cool shows how easy it can be to recycle knitted sweaters and strike a dazzling look.