Synopses & Reviews
More than fifty iconic designers (Coco Chanel, Karl Lagerfeld, Miu Miu, Christopher Kane, Marc Jacobs, Alexander McQueen) and looks are featured in this one-of-a-kind coloring book that pays homage to fashion. Included are hundreds of outfits and accessories for fashionistas and budding designers to complete and reimagine. Itand#8217;s not just a coloring bookand#8212;itand#8217;s inspirational; itand#8217;s creative; itand#8217;s all about fashion; and itand#8217;s loads of fun!
Includes an introduction by Elizabeth Spiridakis who blogs about style at feelslikewhitelightning.com.
"A book like this is the perfect melding of all my interests: high fashion / DIY / crafternoons / self-expression / imagination / inspiration. I love it and frankly, I wonder...why didnand#8217;t *I* think of this first?!"--Elizabeth Spiridakis, www.feelslikewhitelightning.com.
There are beautiful doodles, and there are fabulous doodles. This doodle book brings them into fashion! An ever-popular topic among young girls, fashion continues to form our culture at large. Whether we design ourselves to fit in or stand out, this book offers over 100 pages full of creative prompts for innovative designs. Aspiring fashionistasand anyone with a fascination for fabulous clothing and accessorieswill be inspired to find their own style and express it.
This one-of-a-kind coloring book contains more than 50 iconic designers and looks to complete, and is perfect for the budding fashionista.
About the Author
Carolandnbsp;hails originally from Tennessee, and from a very young age, made "I'm moving to New York" her battle cry. She has a degree in journalism and a master's in design and has worked at TeenPeople, InStyle, Redbook, and Lucky. Currently, Carol is an art director and she designs books of all sorts. Lulu Chang grew up in San Francisco, California. After college, she moved to New York to pursue a career in the fashion industry. When she moved back to California she created a blog called Lulu and Your Mom, documenting her personal style. She quickly developed a cult following and has been featured in publications such as Teen Vogue and Nylon. Her writing has garnered the attention of Vice, The Huffington Post, and The Pop, in which she is a collaborator on various projects. She now lives in Los Angeles. Checkout Lulu's blog at luluandyourmom.com.