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Period Hairstyles For Studio, Stage And Screen
Every period in history has its classic hairstyles: the bob cut for Twenties elegance, the flip hairstyle for the Fifties and the long, centre-parted mane of the Seventies.
If you need to create a period hairstyle for a film, stage production or fashion shoot, this book is a most trusted companion. Its coverage is broad: from ancient priestesses and Egyption queens, via Elizabethan courtiers, to the classic styles of all decades in the twentieth century.
With clear instructions and close-up photography showing how to create more than a hundred vintage styles this is a welcome resource for the dressing room.
About the Author
Kit Spencer is an experienced make-up artist and hair stylist with a background in producing make-up for television, film, and music videos. She is the author of Period Make-up for the Stage and Screen.
From Louis XIV, a shoe aficionado of the Baroque Age, to the latest club-hopping progeny of the British royalty, this colorful survey of aristocratic fashion through the ages will delight royal watchers of every generation.
The wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton helped reclaim the fashion credibility of Britain's royal family, ushering in a generation of hip but genial personalities that appeal to every age and station. But royals have been setting fashion trends for centuries. This fascinating overview of aristocratic icons reaches back to the middle age, and from Europe to the Middle East, to profile the most renowned promoters of elegance and style ever to don their empires' crowns.
Author and royals watcher Luise Wackerl juxtaposes the fifteenth-century Duke of Burgundy's penchant for black with Elizabeth I's taste for virginal white. She presents history's first "It Girls": Marie Antoinette, Louisa of Prussia, Empresses Sisi of Austria and Eugenie of France. She relates how Queen Victoria's sorrow and propriety transformed her country, and how an impeccably styled American's love for Edward VIII upended the British monarchy. From the irreproachably elegant styles of Grace Kelly to Lady Diana, Jordan's Queen Rania to Princess Letizia of Spain we move on to the newest icons, the Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie of York, whose faces and party antics grace the tabloids on a weekly basis. Hundreds of photos and a lively text make this irresistible reading for anyone interested in fashion, royalty, and the lively intersection of both worlds.
Finding A Music Style
This is a vibrant and engaging book for aspiring young musicians who want to learn the ins and outs of being in a band in the digital age. This book looks at finding a music style, covering music fashion and culture."
Breezy, easygoing sweaters are yours to create with crochet! These summer-fresh designs by Kathleen Zins will mix and match with all your favorite separates. Two cropped sweaters, a sleeveless shell, long vest, mid-thigh top, and short sleeve pullover give you options to suit your mood. Wear them casual with denim or go a little dressy with slacks or skirts. The versatile pieces also make great gifts for your fashion-conscious friends!
Easygoing Fashions features six crochet designs for intermediate skill level. The Bluette cropped cardigan, Mint Tee, Blue Tank Top, Pinkette Short Jacket, and Neopolitan top use light weight yarn; the Lilacs long vest combines fine/sport weight and super fine yarns.
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