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So You Want to Be a Haute Couture Fashionista? - cover

So You Want to Be a Haute Couture Fashionista?

Marie Woodruff

Publisher: iUniverse

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So You Want To Be Your Own Haute Couture Fashionista? is about selectively collecting your clothes like you would choose your precious art collection -- to last a long time.  With a few  embellishments and simple alterations, you can change the entire look of your garments at will, at any time.  The book provides 235 easy-to-follow, step-by-step illustrations and instructions to help you create your own fashion statements.  Dont be a slave to the fashion industry.  So You Want To Be A Haute Couture Fashionista? gives you a creative opportunity to be your own one-of-a-kind fashion designer.

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