Best Teen & Young Adult Fashion Books
Here you will get Best Teen & Young Adult Fashion Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. House of Hollow: Krystal Sutherland
Author: by Krystal Sutherland
Hot Key Books
‘This story will steal up your spine, slip beneath your skin, and stick to you like honey.’ – Samantha ShannonThe Hollow sisters – Vivi, Grey and Iris – are as seductively glamorous as they are mysterious. They have black eyes and hair as white as milk.
The Hollow sisters don’t have friends – they don’t need them. They move through the corridors like sharks, the other little fish parting around them, whispering behind their backs. And everyone knows who the Hollow sisters are. Because one day the three Hollow sisters simply disappeared.
And when they came back, one month later, with no memory of where they had been, it was as if nothing had changed. Almost nothing, Apart from, for example, the little scar that had appeared in the hollow of their throats …
And a whispering sense that something is not quite right about them, despite (or maybe because of) the terrible passion to be with them that they can exert on anybody at will… A thrilling, twisting, novel that is as seductive and glamorous as the Hollow sisters themselves….
2. Fashion Sketchbook Figure Template: 220 Female Fashion Design Figure Templates (10 poses). Professionally Designed Croquis Sketchbook.
Author: by Hawkstone Press
Save time and get creative with our Fashion Sketchbook! Use as a template for fashion sketching and drawing, to illustrate and present your fashion designs ideas quickly and easily. There Are Many Ways To Use Our Fashion Sketchbooks:Creating your fashion illustrations, quickly and easilyQuick mockups when inspiration strikesPlanning and recording your daily outfitsUse as a Fashion Diary for young fashionistasMood boards for designing & planning garmentsSteps for Fashion Sketching Success: Draw in small lines, do not use long solid linesDon’t press too hard on the paperTry to loosen up the wrist when sketching as much as possibleHave fun!
Perfect For:Fashion StudentsFashion DesignersFashion IllustratorsBudding ArtistsTextile & Sewing Students/ProfessionalsComplete BeginnersOur fashion figure templates our lightly printed to allow you quickly get creative and start designing your outfits immediately. With 220 female figure model (10 Poses) template pages included you will have plenty of pages for your designs.
3. The Power of Style
Author: by Christian Allaire
Style is not just the clothes on our backsit is self-expression, representation, and transformation. As a fashion-obsessed Ojibwe teen, Christian Allaire rarely saw anyone that looked like him in the magazines or movies he looked to for inspiration. Now the Fashion and Style Writer for Vogue, he isworking to change thatbecause clothes are never just clothes.
Men’s heels are a statement of pride in the face of LGTBQ+ discrimination, while ribbon shirts honor Indigenous ancestors and keep culture alive. Allaire takes the reader through boldly designed chapters to discuss additional topics like cosplay, make up, hijabs, and hair, probing the connections between fashion and history, culture, politics, and social justice.
Author: by Mary Kate Olsen
Prepublication Press Release: “Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, known around the world for their individual, unique style have emerged as two of our shared culture’s most influential women. In the pages of Influence, Ashley and Mary-Kate take readers on a journey through their celebrated young lives, pausing to reflect on what has helped shape them into who they are today.
Influence will be filled with never-before-seen photographs from Ashley and Mary-Kate’s private collections, pages of original material by Ashley and Mary-Kate, and interviews with some of the most influential tastemakers in the world. Internationally famous photographer Rankin shot the cover image and many interior shots.
The book is designed by renowned book-designer Rodrigo Corral and edited by fashion and arts writer Derek Blasberg. Influence has 4 major sections: Fashion, Environment, Art and Giving Back, as well as an introduction and conclusion. This category-breaking book will show that with an open mind and a little bit of curiosity, everyone can have INFLUENCE.”
5. Be Dazzled
Author: by Ryan La Sala
Project Runway goes to Comic Con in an epic queer love story from the author of Reverie about creativity, passion, and finding the courage to be your most authentic self. Raffy has a passion for bedazzling. Not just bedazzling, but sewing, stitching, draping, pattern makingfor creation.
He’s always chosen his art over everythingand everyone else and is determined to make his mark at this year’s biggest cosplay competition. If he can wow there, it could lead to sponsorship, then art school, and finally earning real respect for his work.
There’s only one small problem… Raffy’s ex-boyfriend, Luca, is his main competition. Raffy tried to make it work with Luca. They almost made the perfect team last year after serendipitously meeting in the rhinestone aisle at the local craft storeor at least Raffy thought they did.
But Luca’s insecurities and Raffy’s insistence on crafting perfection caused their relationship to crash and burn. Now, Raffy is after the perfect comeback, one that Luca can’t ruin. But when Raffy is forced to partner with Luca on his most ambitious build yet, he’ll have to juggle unresolved feelings for the boy who broke his heart, and his own intense self-doubt, to get everything he’s ever wanted: choosing his art, his way.
6. Celestial Journal Unlined: Unique Black Paper Sketch Book || Gold and Dreamy Premium Designed Diary
Author: by Paper Panda Press
This Unique Black Paper Journal and Sketchbook is Your Perfect Stargazing Companion! Gear up with your favorite metallic gel and glitter pens and start exploring the universe. Write your thoughts.Doodle your ideas. Learn from the stars. Teens and Tweens will surely love this reverse color concept:it can be used as a notebook to study constellationsor do a fun art activity at home ~ drawing aliens and monsters!
Let your imagination go inter-galactic. Order your copies and gift your loved ones today!Love this design? We have a matching Password Log Book available in our catalog. Browse the Paper Panda Press Author Page by clicking on the author name, and see a collection of journals and bucket lists to inspire you!
A wonderful birthday and graduation gift for creative friends and family.Get yours now!
7. The Fashion Book
Author: by DK Publishing
From corsets and camis to tailoring and textiles, The Fashion Book is a sassy style guide for teenage girls who want to discover the stories behind their favorite looks, find their own style, and learn what makes the fashion world tick.
Packed with gorgeous images, this illustrated book for young adults takes a unique look at fashion. It reveals how modern-day looks, from catwalk to high-street fashions, draw on the styles of the past from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance and from the rebel attire of the 50’s to the sport-inspired looks of the 80’s.
Through witty graphics and bright lively text, teens can go behind the scenes of the exclusive fashion world. Style icons, designers, and top models all give practical tips to create stunning outfits, explain key fashion terms, discuss careers in fashion, and reveal secrets of the industry.
Trivia, a glossary, inspirational quotes, and more make The Fashion Book a must-have accessory for teens.
8. Coco Chanel: Pearls, Perfume, and the Little Black Dress
Author: by Susan Goldman Rubin
Award-winning author Susan Goldman Rubin introduces readers to the most well-known fashion designer in the world, Coco Chanel. Beginning with the difficult years Chanel spent in an orphanage, Goldman Rubin traces Coco’s development as a designer and demonstrates how her determination to be independent helped her gain worldwide recognition.
Coco Chanel focuses on the obstacles Chanel faced as a financially independent woman in an era when women were expected to marry; as well as her fierce competition with the Italian fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli; and some of her most memorable firsts for the fashion industry, including the little black dress, the quilted purse with gold chain, and the perfume Chanel No.5.
The book includes a bibliography, a list of where to see her work, and an index.
9. The Little Black Dress and Zoot Suits: Depression and Wartime Fashions from the 1930s to the 1950s (Dressing a Nation: The History of U.S. Fashion)
Author: by Alison Marie Behnke
What would you have worn if you lived during the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s? It depends on who you were! For 1930s high fashion, nothing beat Coco Chanel’s women’s suita slim, straight skirt with a matching boxy jacket. And for a classy evening, men donned black tuxedos and velvet smoking jackets.
Read more about depression era and wartime fashionsfrom the form-fitting little black dress to polo shirts, stylish snoods, and chic chignonsin this fascinating book!
10. Colonial and Early American Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)
Author: by Tom Tierney
This entertaining and educational coloring book provides a fascinating glimpse of clothing styles worn by Colonial Americans from the early years of colonization to the onset of the American Revolution. Carefully researched and meticulously rendered by illustrator Tom Tierney, 45 excellent, ready-to-color illustrations present an exciting panorama of wearing apparel spanning nearly 150 years of fashion history.
Accurately depicted are men, women, and children from every social class: Puritans of the early 17th century (who, contrary to common belief, wore other colors besides black), Danish immigrants (1650), Maryland settlers (1630), pirates dressed in the latest fashions acquired as booty; an independent servant, an English officer and his lady, a colonial merchant’s family of the early-1700s, an eighteenth-century Quaker woman, and many others.
Often a food indication of class and rank, garments include simple woolen trousers, muslin shirts and cotton dresses worn by country people, laborers, and artisans. Waistcoats, silken breeches, and linen shirts are the apparel of choice among well-to-do townsmen and military officials, while gowns of satin and brocade clothe ladies of means.
11. Sun and Moon Notebook: Celestial Diary || Gold and Dreamy Premium Designed Journal
Author: by Paper Panda Press
Gorgeously designed journal in elegant gold motif and delicate sun, moon, and star details. Hefty 120 pages to write your thoughts, manifest your dreams, and attract celestial wealthLight grey lines printed on thick, acid-free interior paper stock8 x 10 (20.32 x 25. 4 cm) ideal sized softbound cover in premium matt qualityGear up with your favorite writing tools and start scribbling your plans.
Soar with your imagination and reach for the stars. A dazzling gift for creative friends and family and for any occasion and holiday celebrations! Order your copies and gift your loved ones today! Improved version: Beautiful details on the inside paper and reduced 120 pages for stronger binding and easier handling.Love this design?
We have a matching Sun and Moon Password Log Book available in our catalog. Browse the Paper Panda Press author page by clicking on the author name, and see a collection of journals and bucket lists to inspire you!Happy writing!Xo
12. Renaissance Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)
Author: by Tom Tierney
The Renaissance marked Europe’s transition from medieval to modern times. Art, literature, and science flowered in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, while a vigorous trade with the Far East via newly developed sea routes enabled Italian merchants to supply a recently evolved middle class with materials and adornments for elaborately designed apparel.
After careful research, illustrator Tom Tierney has portrayed this dynamic age by accurately rendering an amazing diversity of clothing styles. Forty-five finely detailed, ready-to color illustrations showing attifets, chopines, doublets, farthingales, houppelandes, and other elements of Renaissance garb depict: an Italian peasant couple dressed for their wedding day (c.
1450); an Italian knight in steel armor (c. 1460); an English lord and lady in riding outfits (c. 1510); children of a German royal family garbed in velvet and accompanied by a soberly dressed nanny (c. 1550); and many more outfits designed for various activities and occasions.
13. Seventeen Ultimate Guide to Style: How to Find Your Perfect Look
Author: by Ann Shoket
Running Press Adult
No brand is more trusted among teens and young women than Seventeen. The monthly magazine’s more than 13 million devoted readers know it is the place to learn about what matters most to a girl – and fashion is at the top of the list!
Packed with amazing clothes and indispensable style advice, Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Style is the book readers will turn to again and again for fashion inspiration. Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Style is all about teaching young women to cultivate their own unique style.
The book draws advice from the magazine’s editors, real-girl style experts, Hollywood stylists, and celebrity fashion icons. Its chapters explore seven timeless fashion vibes: Classic, Edgy, Girly, Glam, Sporty, Artsy, and Boho. Each section breaks down all a girl needs to know about mastering the look and giving it her personal twist.
Throughout its beautifully illustrated pages, the book also provides young women with endless ideas to maximize their wardrobe, stretch their dollar, and make everyday basics work in hundreds of ways. Seventeen’s Ultimate Guide to Style is an indispensable resource for young fashionistas everywhere.
14. Hot Pink: The Life and Fashions of Elsa Schiaparelli
Author: by Susan Goldman Rubin
Harry N. Abrams
Shocking pinkhot pink, as it is called todaywas the signature color of Elsa Schiaparelli (18901973) and perhaps her greatest contribution to the fashion world. Schiaparelli was one of the most innovative designers in the early 20th century. Many design elements that are taken for granted today she created and brought to the forefront of fashion.
She is credited with many firsts: trompe l’oeil sweaters with collars and bows knitted in; wedge heels; shoulder bags; and even the concept of a runway show for presenting collections. Hot Pinkprinted with a fifth color, hot pink! Explores Schiaparelli’s childhood in Rome, her introduction to high fashion in Paris, and her swift rise to success collaborating with surrealist and cubist artists like Salvador Dal and Jean Cocteau.
The book includes an author’s note, a list of museums and websites where you can find Schiaparelli’s fashions, endnotes, a bibliography, and an index.
15. Lauren Conrad Style
Author: by Lauren Conrad
Lifestyle and fashion icon Lauren Conrad, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Lauren Conrad Celebrate and Lauren Conrad Beauty, lets fans step into her enviable closet in this must-read guide on finding the perfect style. Filled with an inspiring array of fashion tips and personal stories, and lavishly illustrated with dozens of color photographs throughout, Lauren Conrad Style is the perfect book for all of Lauren’s many fans and for any girl or woman looking for pointers from one of Hollywood’s most relatable yet glamorous stars.
You’ve seen Lauren Conrad on TV and red carpets, looking fabulous whether she’s going casual for a day with friends or dressed for a night out. Now Lauren reveals how you can adapt her classic, understated style for yourself. In her first-ever style guide, Lauren offers tips on how to create your own unique look, shares her favorite sources of inspiration, and identifies the absolute must-haves for any fashionista’s wardrobe.
Along the way, she examines her fashion evolution, from California-casual teen to camera-ready style icon and clothing designer. From beauty advice and hair secrets to how to shop vintage or find the perfect T-shirt, Lauren Conrad Style unlocks the mysteries of being effortlessly chic.
16. Petticoats and Frock Coats: Revolution and Victorian-Age Fashions from the 1770s to the 1860s (Dressing a Nation: The History of U.S. Fashion)
Author: by Cynthia Overbeck Bix
Twenty-First Century Books
What would you have worn if you lived during the American Revolution or the early 1800s? It depends on who you were! Women wore layers and layers of undergarments, including corsets, chemises, and petticoats, and they accessorized with gloves, hats, parasols, and fans.
Men also flaunted plenty of accessories, including neckties, top hats, walking sticks, and pocket watches. Read more about Revolutionary and early 1800s fashionsfrom pantaloons to silk stockings to tricornered hatsin this fascinating book!