6 edition of What we wore found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||GT615 .M44 1984b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||203 p. :|
|Number of Pages||203|
|LC Control Number||83017413|
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What we wore THE BOOK Submit a post What We Wore is a project initiated by Nina Manandhar to create a people's style history of Britain from to the present day.
It does so through providing often hilarious anecdotes of the girls who wore the crinolines, saddle shoes and circle pins of the 50's or the mini-skirts and pillbox hats of the 60's, and so on. The book also contains wonderful commentary by the author on the clothing styles of several decades, as worn in films and in everyday by: 6.
In What We Wore, crowdsourced family and amateur photos come together to create a makeshift style history of Britain. Taking readers into homes, onto city streets, into shops, and out to nightclubs and holiday spots, this book features a combination of original images and intriguing personal anecdotes that document changes in British fashion and style/5(13).
The gloriously photographed "What We Wear" by Maya Ajmera, Elise Hofer Derstine and Cynthia Pon is a children's book I'd enjoy even if it were just photos. Artfully laid out with bold text accompanying the photos the children on all of the pages in different forms of /5.
I've followed What I Wore the blog for a while and was inspired to read the book by my need to clean out my closet. I found the advice on how to clean out your closet (2 paragraphs) helpful.
I also appreciate the upbeat tone/5. What we wore book large print text runs throughout the book, threading together the loosely organized pictures into a narrative with phrases such as, We wear all the colors of the /5(41). In the eighteenth century some women wore petticoats, or "panniers" that were a full six feet across.
Try sitting down or getting through a door with those What we wore book on. From breechcloths to those mossy diapers you're going to find out a lot about underwear in this book.
This is one book that is both a hoot and informative at the same time/5(2). In this original and eloquent book, Gingy, as Ilene is called, tells the story of her life through the clothes she wore. From her Brownie uniform to her Diane Von Furstenberg wrap dress, Gingy offers a closet full of memories/5().
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It was also listed as an ALA Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults for We Were Liars focuses on the theme of self-acceptance, family morals, and the possibly-deadly consequences of one's : E. Lockhart. In What We Wore, crowdsourced family and amateur photos come together to create a makeshift style history of Britain.
Taking readers into British homes, onto city streets, into shops, and out to nightclubs and holiday spots, this book features a combination of original images and intriguing personal anecdotes that document the changes in fashion and style in Britain over fifty years/5(13).
London-based contemporary brand founded by Tinie Tempah; Bringing cool stuff to the ambitious ones on a journey. Hoodies, t-shirts, underwear, hats, more to come. Love, Loss, and What I Wore is a play written by Nora and Delia Ephron based on the book of the same name by Ilene is organized as a series of monologues and uses a rotating cast of five principal women.
The subject matter of the monologues includes women's relationships and wardrobes and at times the interaction of the two, using the female wardrobe as a time capsule of a Place premiered: Bridgehampton Community House.
'Murder, Magic, and What We Wore' is the Diet Sprite of Regency romps The young adult novel is full of fits and starts, but charming in a Author: Katie Ward Beim-Esche. The Way We Wore is now on YouTube. This channel is both an exploration and extension of the success of "LA Frock Stars." We aim to be a platform to discuss a wide range of topics surrounding the glitz and day to day of this unique business.
We encourage and want an open dialogue and hope to offer inspiration and high-spirited education to all. Robert Elms is a British writer and broadcaster. Elms was a writer for The Face magazine in the s and is currently known for his long-running radio show on BBC London His book 'The Way We Wore,' charts the changing fashions of his own youth, linking them with the /5.
Alistair & Karuna has 1, posts on their Instagram profile. Follow their account to see all their photos and videosK posts. Maya Ajmera, author. Maya Ajmera is the creator and spokesperson for Children from Australia to Zimbabwe: A Photographic Journey Around the World and co-author of the global education guide, Raising Children to Become Caring Contributors to the is the founder and executive director of SHAKTI for Children.
In the January issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy, Maya was named. What we wear can identify who we are: what team we play for or what team we root for, where we go to school, how we worship, or how we represent our heritage.
What we wear expresses our individuality, and clothes can make us happy, confident, and : Charlesbridge. Mary Wore Her Red Dress and Henry Wore His Green Sneakers by Merle Peek and James Cross Giblin The text of this book is a version of a folk song. While spotlighting different colors, the text also identifies different types of clothing.
(A score in the back of the book provides the melody if you choose to sing the text rather than read it.). What We Wear Dressing Up Around the World by Maya Ajmera, Elise Hofer Derstine and Cynthia Pon.Underwear: What We Wear Under There is an illustrated children's informational text by Ruth Swain and John O'Brien.
This surprisingly-wordy book follows the history of undergarments around the world; from the early Egyptian Weavers until modern times/5.In What We Wore, crowdsourced family and amateur photos come together to create a makeshift style history of Britain.
Taking readers into British homes, onto city streets, into shops, and out to nightclubs and holiday spots, this book features a combination of original images and intriguing personal anecdotes that document the changes in fashion and style in Britain over fifty years.