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Galliano: Spectacular Fashion is the first detailed guide to the work of one of fashion's greatest talents. Though the designer's otherwise glittering career has been punctured by years out of the limelight, his catalogue of work remains astonishing. Written by internationally renowned fashion expert Kerry Taylor, this beautifully illustrated and meticulously researched book looks in depth at John Galliano's collections from his 1984 graduate show at Saint Martins to his triumphant renaissance at Maison Margiela in 2015.With never-before-seen images of rare designs from private couture archives, close ups revealing the intricacies of garments, and iconic runway shots showing the designer's most innovative creations in motion, this visually rich book examines his revolutionary designs in unprecedented depth. In addition, original interviews with the designer as well as the people who worked closely with him throughout his career shed new light on both the clothes and the context in which they were created. A must-have for fashion lovers, collectors and researchers alike, Galliano: Spectacular Fashion is the ultimate overview of the work of a design genius.
Part I of a IV Part Series Melissa Adams believes she has it all she acts like the perfect housewife, mother, friend, and daughter. Referred to as Baltimore´s first lady. Her hair is styled to perfection, her skin is as soft as new-born baby's bottom, and her wardrobe is to die for! Melissa has this image, because it is expected of her. She has been groomed by her mother from birth to be 'perfect' in every way. She sets up a prenatal and postnatal group, Nearly Natal to shine as a star in her Country Club for reaching out to the community. Instead she has children urinating on her shoes, women dripping breast milk as they walk and acting as a midwife in one session. As Melissa sessions commence she learns so much about herself and the true meaning of being a mother. She gets more than she bargains for her in weekly sessions of Nearly Natal.
This book applies the concept of cultural safety to the field of health psychology in a US context as a means to achieve health equity.
Once a small town sited at Te Papaioea, a clearing in the bush that cloaked the Manawatu Plains, Palmerston North has always had big-city aspirations. Critical to its growth was the railway that runs through it, farming, and education. Originally settled by Rangitane, today Palmerston North is home to people from many parts of the world. Why they chose to come to the city, and what they did when they got there, is the subject of this richly illustrated and engaging history.