Amy de la Haye, Emily Sutton - Author Picture

Amy de la Haye, Emily Sutton - Authors

Amy de la Haye is a Rootstein Hopkins Professor of Dress History and Curatorship at London College of Fashion. She is the author of Chanel: Couture and Industry (V&A, 2011) and the A to Z of Style (V&A, 2011).

Emily Sutton graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a degree in illustration. As well as illustrating picture books, she paints, sculpts and designs prints. Her first book with Walker, TINY: The Invisible World of Microbes, written by Nicola Davies, began an exciting new strand of very young non fiction; her second was the beautiful picture book The Christmas Eve Tree, a future classic. Emily lives in York. Visit her website here.

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Clara Button and the Wedding Day Surprise
Amy de la Haye, Emily Sutton
When Clara Button is invited to a wedding she and her brother Ollie think hard about what they would like to wear! Luckily, both are very creative and, after some catastrophes, each of them comes up with the perfect –...
Lovereading Price: £4.79 - Saving £1.20 (20%) Featured in: 5+ readers | 3+ readers
Format: Paperback | Released 06/10/2014
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