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Rajaasthan Style
£55.00
Rajaasthan Style
Laure Vernire introduces and sets the tone for outstanding photography by Anne Garde who focuses her lens on the style epitomised in the people, nature and places around Rajasthan. Published by Assouline, this beautiful book is a must have treasure. Magnificently moustached men are portrayed proudly next to stunning architecture and scenery showing the reader both how simple life can be in one breath, and how grand and ornate in the next, with a passing nod to the regions colonial and military history. From palaces to singular creative interiors, this catwalk through the myriad colors and traditional handicrafts of Rajasthan captures the glorified Western dream of the Orient.
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Fallston Style
£50.00
Fallston Style
Fallston Style, men’s navy leather shoes - the perfect shoes for holidays or relaxing at weekends, Fallston Style have simple lacing, a nod to boat shoe style and contrast white stitching throughout for expensive appeal. They don’t only look great though – they also come with Clarks Cushion Soft, which is a combination of high-rebound underfoot cushioning and sublimely soft uppers, so you’ll feel comfortable in your own shoes, all day long. Wear them with most of your casual wardrobe for relaxed days.
Clarks
Fallston Style
£50.00
Fallston Style
Fallston Style, men’s tan leather shoes - the perfect shoes for holidays or relaxing at weekends, Fallston Style have simple lacing, a nod to boat shoe style and contrast white stitching throughout for extra appeal. They don’t only look great though – they also come with Clarks Cushion Soft, which is a combination of high-rebound underfoot cushioning and sublimely soft uppers, so you’ll feel comfortable in your own shoes, all day long. Wear them with much of your casual wardrobe for relaxed days.
Clarks
Handmade Style
£18.99
Handmade Style
Handmade Style is a thoughtful collection of a variety of sewing projects to stretch your skills and keep you enjoying the process of creating throughout the year. Each project builds upon the other and is designed to help any sewist create a complete cohesive handmade simple and sophisticated look. Unlike other sewing titles that include a random combination of projects, Anna has spent years compiling a well-edited collection of projects to ensure that her fans will want to make each and every one. From wearables and accessories to quilts and pillows: these projects are made to live together to create the ultimate handmade style for every modern sewist.
Waterstones
Washi Style!
£9.99
Washi Style!
50 great projects using Japanese-style decorative tape. Colorful and cute washi tape is every crafter's new best friend. Easy to use and gorgeous to look at, these decorative paper tapes have taken the design world by storm. Whether you already love washi tape, or are new to the world of decorative tapes, this project-packed book is sure to inspire. Beautifully styled and photographed step-by-step projects teach you new techniques for creating and decorating with these popular tapes, with no fewer than fifty individual creations for you to make. Discover how to take full advantage of the unique properties of this new crafting tape, while creating beautiful greetings cards, cute gift toppers, stylish party accessories, photo frames, ornaments, toys, jewelry, and more!
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Bowie Style
£19.95
Bowie Style
A richly illustrated 160-page chronicle of pop's greatest exponent of style. This visual examination of a celebrated multi-faceted career documents the impact of David Bowie on twentieth-century fashion and culture, brilliantly capturing his spatial odyssey from dedicated follower to supreme arbiter of rock chic. As the book says, 'Bowie's "style" has always amounted to more than clothes, hair and cosmetics. Style, for Bowie, is inextricable from art...it is less a flight from reality than an entire way of life.' The range of photographs is staggering. From his humble Brixton beginnings to the classy pop icon in the last quarter of the old millennium (every year from 1962 to 1999 is amply represented), the book shows a changing glamour gallery of Bowies down the years, all different and yet somehow all unified by an unerring grasp of Style with a capital S. Whether it's on-stage with The King Bees in the Sixties, off-stage at Haddon Hall in the Seventies, on-stage (again) with Iggy Pop in the Eighties, or back-stage with Morrissey in the Nineties, Steve Pafford, editor of the UK's 'Crankin' Out' Bowie fan club magazine (PO Box 3268, London NW6 4NH), has unearthed some fascinating pix. There are close to 500 images in BowieStyle, an all-time high, and around 40% are guaranteed previously unseen. There's also an exclusive two-page interview with photographer Mick Rock, contributions from ex-manager Ken Pitt, as well as previously unpublished extracts of Crankin' Out's interviews with collaborator Tony Visconti, clothes designer Natasha Kornilof and Manish Boy Bob Solly. The informed, incisive text and picture captions are also littered with quotes from David himself, compiled from various media interviews conducted over the years, as well as his chats with Crankin' Out, which appear in print for the very first time.
Waterstones
Botanical Style
£19.99
Botanical Style
In her latest book, 'Botanical Style', popular stylist and bestselling author Selina Lake brings her signature romantic vintage style to the current trend for all things botanical. The first chapter, Botanical Inspirations, takes a look at the ingredients of the look - antique botanical prints and artworks, flower stalls, potting sheds and houseplants - and draws upon these sources for fresh ideas to transform your home into a leafy haven. Moving on, Selina explores five different facets of the botanical look. Vintage Botanicals celebrates the gentle palette and delicate style of floral watercolours and pressed flowers, while Boho Botanicals has more of a free-spirited 1970s vibe, with jungly potted plants, flower garlands and even a decorated teepee. The varied textures and contemporary appeal of Industrial Botanicals give it a modern edge, utilizing materials such as polished concrete, rusted metal and laboratory glass and combining them with peeling paint and vintage school science posters on the walls. Next, Natural Botanicals is based around antique prints and salvaged museum specimen cases for a nostalgic feel, while Tropical Botanicals features bold leafy prints, spiny cacti and palm trees for a distinctly glamorous retro flavour. Throughout the book, Selina`s imaginative `DIY Makes' and insightful `Style Tips' provide a wealth of inspiring suggestions for how to recreate the textures, tones and ambience of Botanical Style in your own home.
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Style Tribes
£20.00
Style Tribes
Style Tribes: The Fashion of Subcultures explores the style, fashions and ideology of youth movements of the last 100 years, including flappers, swing kids, mods, rockers, surfers, hippies, punks, disco, hip hop, Harajuku and hipsters. Fully illustrated, it delves into the stories behind the styles, what sets each of them apart, and looks at the influence and legacy of each of these tribes. The advent of industrialisation, globalisation and modernism in the twentieth century brought with it an explosion of subcultures, most of which are defined by their youthfulness. As subcultures gain media attention they are absorbed into the mainstream, and the style is often picked up by the fashion industry. The book will look at how these subcultures have been translated into fashion, from flappers and teddy boys to punk and grunge. Subcultures inspire, influence and blend into one another: hippies were a continuation of the beat movement, combined with a surfer lifestyle influence, while Jamaica' s rudeboys and London mods inspired the original skinheads. There' s also a running theme of ' the hipster' - a word that emerged from Harlem in the 1920s from ' hip' or ' hep' , meaning non-conformist and one step ahead. This concept has played a part in understanding subcultures including zoot suiters, the jazz loving hipsters of the 1940s, beatniks, the hippie and now the contemporary hipsters with their beards and skinny jeans. Illustrated with historic and contemporary images, it colourfully details each group to give a comprehensive overview of each subculture.
Waterstones
Men's Style
£7.99
Men's Style
Debrett's Men's Style, a Debrett's Pocket Book, is an invaluable guide to looking good for the well-dressed, and well-mannered, modern man. Building on the success of Debrett's Guide for the Modern Gentleman, this compact, and authoritative, pocket book is an indispensable reference for the stylish man. Packed with quotes, facts, historical information and useful advice. Humour, wit and expert knowledge combine with a clever and eye-catching design to create a distinctive book.
Waterstones
Know Your Style
£12.99
Know Your Style
Know Your Style: Mix It, Match It, Love It by Alyson Walsh Know Your Style: Mix It, Match It, Love It by Alyson Walsh. The ideal gift for anyone with a passion for fashion, Know Your Style is every bit as stylish as its name would suggest... We love its stunning illustrations, and how it combines interviews from some of the chicest figures in fashion. Hardcover: 160 pages Publisher: Hardie Grant Books (UK); 01 edition (7 Sept. 2017) Language: English ISBN-10: 1784881184 ISBN-13: 978-1784881184 Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.5 x 19 cm
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