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Lola The Fashion Show Fairy
Fashion AND fairies? An unbeatable combination!
The Fashion Fairies use their magic accessories to make sure that fashion everywhere is fun and fresh. But when jealous Jack Frost steals their magic away, it could lead to a fashion flop! Luckily, Rachel and Kirsty are ready to dive into another fairy adventure. . . .
There's only one magical accessory left to find -- Lola the Fashion Show Fairy's magic backstage pass. Will Rachel and Kirsty be able to track it down in time?
Drawing Fashion & Style
A fabulous step-by-step guide to fashion drawing.
Beautiful full-colour illustrations will inspire readers, and easy-to-follow steps teach the reader how to create their own fashion drawings.
The book includes a comprehensive introduction section with tips on the best drawing tools, fashion line styles, inking and colouring, and basic figure construction.
About the Author
British designer and illustrator, Hilary Lovell, has been working in the fashion industry for fourteen years. She has worked for high-profile fashion houses such as Giorgio Armani, Hugo Boss, and Estee Lauder, as well as British High Street chains Marks and Spencer and Next. She was the Senior Fashion Designer for Sindy dolls and has designed children's clothing and nursery ranges for the UK and worldwide.
Classic Showbiz Clangers
Showbiz might not be the second oldest profession, but it's not far off. Ever since Nero fiddled while Rome burned and Salome demanded so outrageous a fee for dropping her veils that she ended up with the worst notice in history, the human instinct to get up and perform has produced a pleasing mountain of ill-timed gaffes 'Classic Showbiz Clangers' collects some of the more engaging - or notorious - examples from the 20th and 21st centuries, ranging from Hugh Grant's ill-advised encounter with the divine Divine Brown in a white BMW to the over-eager radio announcer who invited his listeners to 'stay stewed for the nudes' as a news-flash beckoned. David Mortimer's hilarious look at stage, screen, variety, panto and more will lead you to discover how the great Edmund Kean single-handedly wrecked a performance of 'Macbeth' and what cured Winona Ryder of shopping, not to mention Bob Monkhouse's unique method of sorting out a heckler. And if that seems a little tame, what was it that Angus Deayton was able to teach Caroline Martin that she didn't already know? Read on and find out!
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