What I Wore Today Doodle Yourself into a Style Icon by Gemma Correll
  

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What I Wore Today Doodle Yourself into a Style Icon by Gemma Correll

Part sketchpad, part journal, this is a totally customizable record of how you like to dress, what you love to do and who you really are. Maybe you're a budding artist or a haute couture designer. Maybe you can't draw much more than a stick man, but gosh darn it, you like clothes and colouring in. Whoever you are, so long as you like having fun with fashion (the way you wear it), and have a pencil to hand, you can scribble, sketch and doodle your way through a year's worth of your best outfits, or biggest fashion mistakes. Whichever you're most proud of, really. So, explore your creative side and get in touch with the most fashionable person you know - you!

About the Author

Gemma Correll is a freelance illustrator, coffee drinker and sometime ukulele player, based in deepest, darkest England. Gemma has exhibited her work in galleries and shop windows around the world and her artwork has been reproduced on everything from placemats to t-shirts to umbrellas. She has also had her work published in various books, annuals and magazines and has undertaken commissions to paint murals on the walls of pubs and shops in the UK and the USA. Gemma's artwork has been described as 'the perfect combination of ugly and cute', which she hopes is a compliment!

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Format

Hardback
112 pages

Author

Gemma Correll
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Publication date

5th March 2012

ISBN

9781846013973


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