Sydney Street Style | Author: Toni Johnson-Woods
Style is predominantly an individual matter―the way people put themselves together creates a sense of individual identity―but collectively it creates a sense of common culture in a community, a city, or a country.
Geographically isolated from the fashion hubs of Paris and New York, Australia may not yet be synonymous with style. But as it moves away from the beach look that it is usually associated with and adopts haute couture, Australia is emerging as a shining star in the southern hemisphere.
Though not the political capital of the country, Sydney is nevertheless Australia’s cultural capital, and the style hub and epicenter of the country’s fashion evolution. Sydney Street Style depicts the style of this less-explored fashion capital. Beautifully assembled and packed with full color photos of the stylish and eclectic residents of Sydney, this book will be a welcome addition to the library of any fashionista or armchair traveler.
9 x 0.6 x 9 inches
A is for Atom: A Midcentury Alphabet | Author: Greg Paprocki
From the creators of BabyLit, open a window on history while teaching toddlers the ABCs.Teach brilliant babies about history and their ABCs with Greg Paprock'’s 'A Is for Atom: A...
Z is for Zoo | Author: Greg Paprocki
Introduce your toddler to the ABCs with this illustrated primer about many of the animals they’ll find in the zoo.An engaging collection of 26 illustrations featuring every child’s favourite zoo...
What the Colonists Never Knew: A History of Aboriginal Sydney | Author: Dennis Foley, Peter Read
What the Colonists Never Knew paints a vivid picture of what it was like to grow up Aboriginal in Sydney, alongside the colonists, from 1788 to the present. Dennis, the grandson...