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Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Style: How to Find Your Perfect Lookby Ann Shoket
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No brand is more trusted among teens and young women than Seventeen. The monthly magazine's more than 13 million devoted readers know it is the place to learn about what matters most to a girl--and fashion is at the top of the list! Packed with amazing clothes and indispensable style advice, Seventeen's Ultimate Guide to Style is the book readers will turn to again and again for fashion inspiration.
Seventeen's Ultimate Guide to Style is all about teaching young women to cultivate their own unique style. The book draws advice from the magazine's editors, real-girl style experts, Hollywood stylists, and celebrity fashion icons. Its chapters explore seven timeless fashion vibes: Classic, Edgy, Girly, Glam, Sporty, Artsy, and Boho. Each section breaks down all a girl needs to know about mastering the look and giving it her personal twist. Throughout its beautifully illustrated pages, the book also provides young women with endless ideas to maximize their wardrobe, stretch their dollar, and make everyday basics work in hundreds of ways. Seventeen's Ultimate Guide to Style is an indispensable resource for young fashionistas everywhere.
"Teens who eagerly devour the latest issues of favorite fashion magazines will likely do the same with this photo-centric style guide. Each section offers advice about constructing a particular look — girly, edgy, boho, classic, glam, or indie — using essential layering pieces, followed by profiles of a 'real' girl and a celeb (Ashley Tisdale, Vanessa Hudgens) who embodies that trend. Assorted 'Look Book' images feature models and pedestrians in eye-catching outfits, plus shopping tips. Most readers will find that their preferences lie somewhere in between the categories, and Shoket encourages experimentation; a closing section devoted to finding flattering jeans, swimsuits, and bras for different body types will give readers a foundation upon which to build a unique aesthetic. Ages 12 — up. (July)" Publishers Weekly Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved.
AN UPDATED EDITION OF THE TEEN VOGUE HANDBOOK WILL RELEASE ON NOVEMBER 28th, 2014.
The New York Times bestselling guide to careers in fashion will be updated with 90% new content!
Live like you work in fashion—today. The essential guide for anyone interested in fashion is now better than ever. This expanded edition is chock full of brand-new photos, exclusive profiles of newcomers, descriptions of digital jobs, and up-to-the-minute career advice. This new Teen Vogue Handbook is the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the designers, stylists, photographers, models, makeup artists, writers, and bloggers who run the industry.
The updated physical edition will include a FREE one-year subscription to Teen Vogue!
Live like you work in fashion.
A must-read for anybody interested in fashion. This book is for everyone from aspiring designers, stylists, editors, and photographers to fashion obsessives who want behind-the-scenes secrets about industry stars and tips on how to live a creative life.
About the Author
Ann Shoket was named editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine in January 2007. Under her helm, the fashion and beauty icon publication for teen girls continues to represent an important rite of passage, helping more than 13 million readers grow up to be confident, self-assured young women. The magazine is the largest teen magazine and number one on newsstands, and its website is the number one teen magazine site. Shoket has grown the brand beyond the pages of the magazine so that teen girls can be a part of the Seventeen universe wherever they are: on the web, in print, on partner sites, social networking platforms, and on Seventeen Fashion Finder, the recently launched iPhone application.
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