The Teen Vogue Handbook: An Insider's Guide to Careers in Fashion
A must-read for anybody interested in fashion. From aspiring designers, stylists, editors, and photographers to fashion obsessives who want behindthe- scenes secrets about industry stars and tips on how to live a creative life.
Book Details: Format: Paperback Publication Date: 10/5/2009 Pages: 288 Reading Level: Age 12 and Up
I get every Teen Vogue issue, and I'm obsessed. I love it all and it's so fun and inspiring to read! This book is a guide to the industry of fashion.
This book has it all for young people who love fashion, and are interested in doing it for a living. Designing, Editing/Writing, Photography, Modelling, Beauty and Hair styling and more. They have interviews with the biggest fashion names. Marc Jacobs, Anna Wintour, Mario Testino, KARL LAGERFELD, and Tory Burch. And ...more
Boy, was I wrong!
My main focus was the editors pages, which were brilliant. They showed that their career paths weren't easy. You had to do some boring schlepping around, and at high levels the workload was insane. It's ...more
I though this would be a good resource, especially since I read many good reviews on it, but it wasn't in the end. I thought this book would be a guide to different fashion careers: list different careers, what they are/do, tips on becoming one, but it was basically just interviews of famous successful people in these different fashion careers. I don't want to read about a bunch of success stories because the majority of people do not do so well, and I want practical tips on designing or sty ...more
Citation by Stephanie Rathgeber
Type of Reference: Handbook
Call Number: 331.702
Content/Scope: "Sections introduce well-established and newcomers in the fields of fashion design, editorial, digital coverage (blogs, vlogs, and more), styling, modeling, beauty, and photography. Interviews paired with glossy photos cover questions such as how these professionals became interested in their ar ...more
The book Teen Vogue Handbook, is a guide to help young or older people enter the world of Fashion. The author gives out an enormous amount of information as to how to become a fashion designer, photographer, editor, stylist, makeup artist, hairdresser, and overall how to make fashion out of a career. The purpose for writing this book, was to give people who have the desire to be apart of fashion, and don’t know where to start, is to give them ideas in how to jump forward in the world of fashion ...more
Review Citation by: Sarah Ritter
Reference Type: Handbook
Scope/Content: The purpose of this book is to provide teens with ways they could have a career in fashion.
Accuracy/Authority/Bias: Vogue and Teen Vogue are authorities in the fashion and magazine worlds. Although their advice does not ensure a career, it is from authority and helpful to aspiring designers, photographer ...more
Citation by: Dianna Wolf
Type of Reference: Handbook
Call Number: Ref 746.9
Content/Scope: A focus on career in the fashion industry from designer, photographer, intern, model and more.
Accuracy/Authority/Bias: This book was classified as "Most Highly Recommended" by "Middle and Junior High Core Collection (H. W. Wilson)." This list is selected and recommended by collection development spe ...more
You should definitely get this book if you're interested in getting a job in the fashion industry.
The book is so colorful and fun to read. I enjoy the interviews most. Mostly I just open it and I can't put it down because there's always another thing I have to look at.
This book was really informative. I learned so much about the different careers related to Fashion. Really good book.