Secret Garden by Brandon Showers
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  • Life in Color: National Geographic Photographs
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    "The world is a wonder of color. Remarkable images by National Geographic photographers entice us to take notice in a whole new way." --House Beautiful. Life in Color is arranged by color in a rainbow of beauty. Each chapter, devoted to a color, begins with a short, inspiring essay that explores the qualities, meaning, and symbolism of that color, written in the same warm and lovely voice that guided the reader through Visions of Earth. Color chapters include photographs that are predominantly blue, orange, green, yellow, purple and red. Smaller sections present images in silver, brown, black, gold, white, and "unseen color"--not seen with the naked eye, such as laser, the universe, and microscopic images. Throughout, interesting quotes and surprising short insights in the captions give the reader an entirely new look at the color in the world around us. Chock full of beautiful, amazing, fun images, this eye-pleasing volume is sure to appeal to a wide variety of people, most especially to women. Format: Hardcover. Pages: 504.
  • Recreate Miranda Kerr's "Napoleon" Look for David Jones Spring/Summer 2012 Beauty Book
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    David Jones' Brand Ambassador Miranda Kerr's Spring/Summer 2012 campaign has slowly been dribbling out and here she is front and centre for the Spring/Summer 2012 Beauty Book and we have her beauty breakdown so that you can recreate her look.
  • Lana Del Rey is Ethereal as Vogue Australia's October 2012 Cover Girl | Sassi Sam Girlie Gossip Files
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    Lana Del Rey covers Vogue Australia's October 2012 issue, as photographed by Nicole Bentley. Inside the singer that seems to have the world enamored with her shares:
  • The World Of Coco Chanel
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    Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel is a fashion icon, and can lay claim to having invented the look of the 20th century. At the height of the Belle Epoque, she stripped women of their corsets and feathers, bobbed their hair, put them in bathing suits and sent them out to get tanned in the sun. She introduced the little black dress; trousers for women; costume jewelry; the exquisitely comfortable suit that became her trademark. Early in the Roaring Twenties, Chanel made the first ever couture perfume - No. 5 - presenting it in the famous little square-cut flagon that, inspired by Picasso and Cubism, became the arch symbol of the Art Deco style. No. 5 remains the most popular scent ever created. Her life is eminently suited to the lavish visual treatment of this handsome volume, which features more than 600 illustrations from an extraordinary collection amassed over the years by Edmonde Charles-Roux, Chanel's official biographer and close friend. Materials: N/A.
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