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Fashion magazines aren't the only run-to- resource for coveted looks and do-it-yourself advice. The new books on the block are filled with content accessible for all. Get research ready and stock up on these four coffee table necessities.

1.Teen Vogue Handbook-insiders guide to careers in fashion -over 70 interviews with designers, models, photographers and editors -Featuring Marc Jacobs, Karl lagerfield, Chanel Iman, Anna Wintour along with Teen Vogue Editors and many more $14.58 www.amazon.com

2. Style Strategy Book- Marie Claire Fashion Director─ Nina Garcia gives chic advice in a “ less is best” approach $14.95 www.amazon.com


3.Who What Wear Book -Co-founders of whowhatwear.com Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power created a look book full of lush style advice along with 60 full color photographs $ 12.89 wwww.amazon.com

4. Stephen Sprouse Book- 80’s graffiti mixed with punk ─fashion designer Stephen Sprouse re-lives his iconic legacy through the pages of the “Stephen Sprouse” monograph book created by Roger Padilha and Maurico Padilha who worked closely with Stephens family and friends. $40.95 www.amazon.com -comes in a variety of book covers as seen above


Anonymous said...

I agree! I bought a Dolce and Gabanna book in college that I still look through for inspiration, and most recently bought a book of Lanvin creations that is breathtaking. And I've created my own "books" by compiling intriguing photographs from fashion magazines over the past 20 years.

beena la bella said...

Thanks Sarah, I actually have the Teen Vogue and the Style Strategy ..love them both and your so right you can refer back to them as much as possible, their great keepsakes :)