This story follows Madeline Cain’s journey from college to the world of adventures in fashion, beginning with a class assignment. Along the way, she meets an insane kid, lip-synching rockers, dog whisperers, zombies, and a potential mobster. After securing her life-debt by saving a potential mobster from a cross-dresser, Madeline sets her sights on her internship. Meanwhile, her boyfriend, Kevin, develops an obsession for her and she must navigate a relationship with him.
In the second book in the series, Madeline Cain’s Adventures in Fashion, the photographer tries to find herself. Her time in NYC is coming to a close and she has a new Honey. Things are looking up but she’s not sure what she wants to specialise in. She’s offered an internship and has to decide before the year is out. But is photography her true passion? During this book, we’ll see!
A high school senior, Madeline Cain is resigning herself to six months of decision-making hell. But then, she meets Claire, a girl from Ireland with a wicked sense of humour and a phobia of technology. Claire convinces her to join her “365 Days of Fun” project. In this book, Madeline gives fake tarot readings on the beach, dresses up as a superhero to fight petty crime, hijacks a cult creator, and takes on the role of a snarky and un-reliable detective.
As the Queen of Punk, Vivienne Westwood’s career started with punk clothing, but as the decade progressed, she began to rebel against mainstream culture, creating clothing that was often considered too risqué. In 1981, she presented her Pirates collection, which made the punk scene roar with excitement. With an intentionally miscut or twisted seam, this collection reinterpreted the traditional notions of fashion and made them cool again. In 1992, Vivienne Westwood was awarded an OBE for her services to fashion. In fact, she famously presented her award while wearing no underwear.
During the 1990s, Westwood’s work redefined the fashion industry, incorporating historical references with contemporary proportion and playing with the precision of tailoring. During the same time, she married fellow design student Andreas Kronthaler and forged a successful partnership that continues today, 28 years later. Besides designing clothes, Vivienne Westwood has also become a political activist. She has issued statements and launched campaigns in support of her views. In 1995, Vivienne Westwood launched a t-shirt design with the slogan “I AM NOT A TERRORIST” on it. The t-shirt became a popular fashion staple and Westwood’s front row was populated with such designers as John Galliano, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Azzedine Alaia.
During her five decades in the fashion industry, Westwood has gained global recognition and respect. Since her first collection, “Pirate,” debuted in 1981, she has changed the way we dress. She has a strong sense of social responsibility and has remained committed to addressing issues that affect us all, including the climate crisis. She has also been a pioneer in the fashion industry, making sustainability a priority.
She also incorporated punk culture into her work. The iconic Vivienne Westwood corset, which was part of her Portrait Collection, reinterpreted an 18th-century painting while also employing flexible materials. The corset, a staple of her collection, made its debut in the 1990 Spring/Summer Portrait Collection. The image featured was from a painting by French artist Francois Boucher. The Vivienne Westwood corset had gold sides and a sultry style.
Known for his glamorous gowns, David Josef has a different mission these days. He has halted the production of new garments and is instead turning his design studio into a seven-day-a-week enterprise, making masks. In addition to making masks for himself and other people in need, David Josef also donates them to charity. While his work has been featured in Harper’s Bazaar, it has also been worn by supermodel Iman and Bill Belichick’s daughter-in-law.
The star-studded career of David Josef has seen him create gowns for famous women including Diana Ross, Debbie Reynolds, and Raquel Welch. He also designed the dress worn by Jan Cellucci at her husband’s inauguration as Massachusetts governor. The designer first opened his own atelier in Lexington Center, Mass., but soon afterward, moved to Copley Square in Boston and eventually moved to the South End.
Instagram star Eva Chen is back with Juno Valentine and the Fantastic adventures in fashion, a book that’s equal parts fashion fairytale and girl power guide. If you’re a fan of girl power, you’ll love this book. It’s written in color and is not compatible with black and white e-readers. However, you’ll have a great time learning about girl power and styling with this fun and colorful book.
Young readers will love this stylish tale, which follows Juno as she helps her brother Finn get dressed for the picture day. Along the way, she meets female icons and gets a great idea for a school picture-day outfit. The book’s vibrant style will appeal to young readers and will make the fashion world come alive for them! A perfect gift for any fashion-minded child or girl, Juno Valentine has a unique style and will surely become a fashionista in the making!
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