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Vogue The Jewellery

Author : Carol Woolton
ISBN : 1840917997
Genre : Design
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Destined to become must-have visual sourcebooks for all those who love fashion, the Vogue Portfolio series continues with Vogue: The Jewellery by Vogue's jewellery editor, Carol Woolton. From couture to costume jewellery, the brilliant pieces featured on the pages of British Vogue for almost a century have encapsulated the fashion zeitgeist of each new age for which they were created. Adorning princesses and rock chicks alike, the jewels shown here reveal a dazzling array of styles and moods - from fairy-tale romance to Jazz-age glamour, sculptural modernism to timeless elegance. On every page sumptuous jewellery is the star of the show, nourishing dreams in us all. In Vogue: The Jewellery Carol Woolton has curated a collection of more than 300 fabulous images and grouped them into five thematic chapters: Show-stoppers, Rock Chick, Minimalist, Exotic and Classical. From fantastical diamond-encrusted tiaras and intricate jet chokers to sculptural silver cuffs and the purity of a simple string of pearls, the book provides an evocative celebration of a century of magical jewellery, while also showcasing the work of British Vogue's very best photographers including Norman Parkinson, Mario Testino, Anthony Denney, David Bailey, Arthur Elgort, Corinne Day, Cecil Beaton, Bruce Weber and Tim Walker.
Category: Design

Vogue The Shoe

Author : The Conde Nast Publications Ltd
ISBN : 9781840917796
Genre : Design
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Shoes fascinate women of all ages and have the power to crystallize a moment in fashion. In Vogue: The Shoe, Harriet Quick has curated more than 300 fabulous images from a century of British Vogue, featuring remarkable styles that range from the humble clog to exquisite hand-embroidered haute couture stilettoes via fetishistic cuissardes and outrageous statement heels. The images are grouped into five thematic chapters devoted to dazzling Cinderella heels; Town & Country classics; Cult Style inspiration; the escapism of Summer Dreaming and the extreme heels of Fetish & Fantasia. The images include pivotal work from Hoyningen-Huene, Irving Penn, Corinne Day, Norman Parkinson and Nick Knight. Vogue: The Shoe is the latest title in the prestigious Vogue portfolio series, which launched in autumn 2014 with Vogue: The Gown, followed by Vogue: The Jewellery in autumn 2015.
Category: Design

The Vogue Factor

Author : Kirstie Clements
ISBN : 9781783350162
Genre : Social Science
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The Vogue Factor is her candid account of life at the heart of the fashion industry, from photo shoots and celebrity interviews to the ugly truth behind the glamour - infighting, back-stabbing and the dangerous pursuit of beauty. This is the behind-the-scenes story of an illustrious career in fashion, from receptionist to the editor's chair. It's a life of dazzling parties, outrageous fashion and exotic travel that most people can only dream of. But behind the glossy photos is a hidden world of chaos and pressure, where girls as young as twelve starve themselves to fit into a sample size. Kirstie Clements' eye-opening account of life in fashion's fast lane has hit headlines all over the globe. Both a celebration and a critique of this extraordinary industry, The Vogue Factor is this season's must-have.
Category: Social Science

Love In Vogue

Author : Eve Bourton
ISBN : 9781783753048
Genre : Fiction
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When her tycoon father suddenly dies, Corinne Marchand throws herself into running his couture empire based in Paris. Having been abandoned by her playboy lover Philippe de Rochmort three years earlier, she’s also mistrustful of men and convinced that she is better off alone – so when she meets attractive merchant banker Miles Corsley, she refuses to give him the time of day, let alone a date. Corinne's younger sister, model Yolande, has loved Philippe’s brother Yves all her life, and they are to be married – but after meeting bad boy film star Patrick Dubuisson she breaks off her engagement and embarks on a passionate affair in Hollywood. When Philippe finally returns to France and shocking secrets are revealed, Corinne has to decide if she will trust Miles with more than her money as they battle to save her company from a hostile takeover – while Yolande learns the hard way that Hollywood glamour doesn't always bring happiness. Paris is the city of love, but will it ever be in vogue for the Marchand girls again?
Category: Fiction

Vogue Essentials Little Black Dress

Author : Chloe Fox
ISBN : 9781840917772
Genre : Design
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'One is never over-dressed or under-dressed with a Little Black Dress' Karl Lagerfeld Ninety years after Vogue dubbed Coco Chanel's simple short black 'Ford' dress 'the frock that all the world will wear', Chloe Fox celebrates the best LBDs in Vogue Essentials: Little Black Dress. From the bold, dramatic designs of Zandra Rhodes to the eye-catching LBDs by Vivienne Westwood, from the pared-down simplicity of Calvin Klein's shift dresses to an asymmetric shoulder evening gown by Versace, Vogue Essentials: Little Black Dress celebrates the very best of the LBD. Published simultaneously with Vogue Essentials: Handbags. This irresistible new series from Conran Octopus and British Vogue explores the key pieces in a stylish woman's wardrobe and features photographs from Vogue's peerless archive of more than a million pictures.
Category: Design


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ISBN : STANFORD:36105028737596
Genre : Dressmaking
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The Uses Of Digital Literacy

Author : John Hartley
ISBN : 9781351302067
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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At the heart of this book lies a reappraisal of humanities research and its use in understanding the conditions of a consumer-led society. This is an open, investigative, critical, scientific task as well as an opportunity to engage with creative enterprise and culture. Now that every user is a publisher, consumption needs to be rethought as action not behavior, and media consumption as a mode of literacy. Online social networks and participatory media are often still ignored by professionals, denounced in the press and banned in schools. But the potential of digital literacy should not be underestimated. Fifty years after Richard Hoggart's pioneering The Uses of Literacy reshaped the educational response to popular culture, John Hartley extends Hoggart's argument into digital media. Media evolution has made possible the realism of the modern age journalism, the novel and science not to mention mass entertainment on a global scale. Hartley reassesses the historical and global context, commercial and cultural dynamics and the potential of popular productivity through analysis of the use of digital media in various domains, including creative industries, digital storytelling, YouTube, journalism, and mediated fashion. Encouraging mass participation in the evolutionary growth of knowledge, The Uses of Digital Literacy shows how today's teenage fad may become tomorrow's scientific method. Hartley claims the time has come for education to catch up with entertainment and for the professionals to learn from popular culture. This book will stimulate the imagination and stir further research.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Clothes And Other Things That Matter

Author : Alexandra Shulman
ISBN : 9781788402101
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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'Clothes is the perfect isolation read - clever, emotionally intelligent, revelling in style without making us yearn to shop' - Hannah Betts, The Times 'Self-deprecating and stylish, this is sure to become a classic.' - Vanity Fair 'A life beyond Moss, mwahs and Manolo Blahniks - by the fashionista that really knows [...] a wry and candid part-memoir, part-fashion history, part-social commentary.' - Mail on Sunday Chosen as 'book of the week' by the Observer: 'It might just be the perfect lockdown pick-me-up' 'Shulman can craft a good story and has an eye for great pictures [...] it will make perfect lockdown reading, an opportunity to shut out the real world and meander through the Arcadian years of fashion.' - The Sunday Times 'She has written about her clothes, and given us some scintillating reading. [...] hugely engaging memoir.' - Emily Bearn, The Spectator 'I really loved this book - it's warm, thought-provoking and honest. In the end, I had to ration myself because I didn't want to finish. In these frankly strange times it was wonderful and comforting.' - Victoria Hislop 'I loved this book. It's great company and a Corona comfort. [She] has made me feel so much better about owning too many clothes. Instead of doing a ruthless edit I find myself curating my own private exhibition - inside my wardrobe hang not just clothes, not just stories but my own autobiography.' - Helena Bonham Carter 'From the hat that went to a Royal wedding to a life-changing bathrobe, Alexandra Shulman tells her life story in clothes ... in her hotly anticipated memoir' -You magazine 'Such a great read - so open and honest and funny. I devoured it in one sitting.' - Kirsty Wark Chosen by Evening Standard as one of the books to look forward to in 2020 Chosen by Stylist as one of 2020's best non-fiction books In Clothes... and other things that matter, Alexandra Shulman delves into her own life to look at the emotions, ambitions, expectations and meanings behind the way we dress. From the bra to the bikini, the trench coat to trainers, she explores their meaning in women's lives and how our wardrobes intersect with the larger world - the career ladder, motherhood, romance, sexual identity, ambition, failure, body image and celebrity. By turns funny, refreshingly self-deprecating and often very moving, this startlingly honest memoir from the ex-Editor of British Vogue will encourage women of all ages to consider what their own clothes mean to them, the life they live in them and the stories they tell.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Artists Jewellery

Author : Charlotte Gere
ISBN : STANFORD:36105033100681
Genre : Arts and crafts movement
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This richly illustrated book covers one of the most fascinating yet poorly documented periods of jewellery design. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was a group of young, rebellious artists whose work reflected their deeply romantic private lives. This remarkable and carefully researched book traces the stories behind jewels designed by these artists, often right back to the original drawings -- Bookseller's description
Category: Arts and crafts movement

Indo Greek Jewellery

Author : Rai Govind Chandra
ISBN : 9788170170884
Genre : Jewelry
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In This Monograph The Writer Has Tried To Show How The Greek Jewellery Motifs Were Imported Into India, Which Have Been Discovered In The Jewellery Found In Taxila And Other Border Towns Where Alexander Had Allowed His Soldiers To Settle Down. Among These Soldiers Were Goldsmiths Who Just Manufactured Jewellery On Greek Patterns But Later Influenced By Indian Motifs Began To Mix These With Greek Ones. This Indo-Greek Jewellery Found A Ready Market Among The Indo-Greeks Who Inhabited These Towns. The Writer Has Dealt With The Jewellery Found Under Different Chapters Entitled The Jewellery For The Head, Ears, Neck, Arms, Wrist Etc. This Analytical Thesis Is Of Interest Of All Indologists And Is Specially Useful For Scholars Studying Indian Jewellery And Ornaments Of The First Century A.D.
Category: Jewelry

Bangladesh Quarterly

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ISBN : UCBK:C105460502
Genre : Bangladesh
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Author : Harold Clifford Smith
ISBN : UOM:39015031112090
Genre : Jewelry
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Category: Jewelry

Rural Industrialization

Author : S. K. Rau
ISBN : UVA:X002258062
Genre : Business & Economics
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Category: Business & Economics

Printers Ink

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ISBN : UOM:35128001886595
Genre : Advertising
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Category: Advertising

The World In Vogue

Author : Bryan Holme
ISBN : UOM:39015001796153
Genre : Civilization, Modern
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Category: Civilization, Modern

The Dying Game

Author : Melanie King
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131773348
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Would you like to be buried, burned, sunk, or pickled? Perhaps you'd prefer to be turned into a diamond, embalmed like Lenin, or shot into space like Star Trek's Scotty? The Dying Game is a roller-coaster history of everything that has, could, and does befall a corpse - from the bizarre and grisly death rituals of ancient and modern cultures, to the morbidly fascinating biological, ethical, and legal story that begins only when we end. A book of the dead that's as gruesomely entertaining as it is exhaustively informative, Melanie King's adventure into the world of this uniquely human obsession lifts the lid on everything you never knew (and didn't know you wanted to know) about the last taboo: Death.
Category: Family & Relationships

The Annual Obituary

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ISBN : UOM:49015002850270
Genre : Biography
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Category: Biography