Style is a reflection of who we are, where we come from, and what we have experienced--the good, the bad, and the indifferent. It is what makes us into the unique beings that we are. Star fashion designer Rebecca Moses has devoted herself to crafting chic garments for stylish women world-wide. Underpinning her years of innovative design has been a series of questions: What is style? How does it evolve? And what can we do to develop our own style? A Life of Style provides the answers. Consisting entirely of Moses' inventive watercolors, which incorporate witty words of wisdom distilled from personal experience, A Life of Style encourages readers to draw upon and develop their innate style--traditional or modern, conservative or radical--and especially to cultivate the confidence to express themselves.
Rebecca Moses offers a style journey that is at once informative and imaginative. She persuades readers to listen to themselves and their instincts, to open their minds to new ways of thinking, and above all to search for inspiration. Once the style mind is engaged, she turns to fashion and beauty ("Don't forget: We wear our clothes--they don't wear us"), the home ("Creating a home is creating a world of your own"), and entertaining ("The best gift of all is the gift of relaxation and great pleasure"). Above all, says Moses, style is personal communication at its most profound, most ingenious, most original.
This hardcover book measures 8 9/10 inches by 10 2/5 inches. Published August 23, 2010.
Brand: Random House
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