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From behind the scenes to the front row, Kirstin Sinclair‘s new book A Front Row Seat takes us through all the aspects of who is who and who sits where at a successful runway fashion show, all through her personal camera lens. She even goes into how blogging and the Internet have drastically changed the runway show process. Divided into chapters: The Front Row, The Editors, The Catwalk, The Designers, Backstage, Street Style, and Model Style, you learn about everything there is to know when it comes to a proper strut down the catwalk. Find out what we think after the jump.
What owning this book says about you: You’re a fashion show insider. You are a style maven and know much more than just clothes on a runway. You’re schooled in who’s who, what’s what, and what people should be wearing in the runway hierarchy. If you’re not any of those things, you will be after reading this book.
What will people say?: ”That beautiful book looks so chic! You must know so much about fashion shows”.
How this book will make your fashion brain grow: A fashion show year book of sorts, the book has the who’s who at many a show, expanding your fashionista rolodex by hundreds. There are also great street style shots that will get you out of any fashion version of writer’s block.
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