Samantha Brown knows nan powerfulness of a bully outfit — and of books to stock important messages pinch children.
Having worked successful nan manner manufacture for much than 25 years — and having owned her ain styling agency for 13 years — New York City-based Brown knows much than astir about really apparel tin effect a personification and those astir that person.
Now, pinch a caller book, she's besides hoping to animate assurance successful nan adjacent procreation of fashionistas.
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The book, "Dressing Up: Pip's Truly Fashionable Tale," tells nan communicative of Pip, a young woman who lives successful the Big Apple.
In a bid of ever-stylish outfits, Pip goes connected adventures pinch her mother successful nan city, including retired to a restaurant, connected nan subway and to a manner show.
Pip is inspired by Brown's daughter, 2-year-old Phoenix.
Throughout the book, Pip reminds readers that "these clothes, they will return you wherever you want to be. They’ll unfastened doors wide, conscionable you hold and see."
It is simply a connection that Brown hopes young readers will return pinch them.
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"With nan thousands of clients that I've dressed, I person observed 1 point that has ever been true: It is really not astir nan clothes," she told Fox News Digital.
"It's astir really you consciousness successful your clothes."
Becoming a mother, she explained, and having to dress her daughter, prompted her to do immoderate reasoning astir "the transformative powerfulness of getting dressed."
"It tin rather virtually alteration nan guidance of your life," she said.
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Throughout nan book, Pip takes naps and past wakes up successful a wholly different spot and successful a different outfit — thing that Brown said was inspired by her activities pinch her daughter.
"I loved nan thought of apparel being nan magic carrier that took her each astir New York City," she said.
Children, said Brown, should study arsenic early arsenic imaginable that "they are tin of thing and that emotion assured tin empower them to do astonishing things."
"I wanted this book to beryllium beautiful, ray and fun, pinch an easily digestible message," she told Fox News Digital.
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"If young readers bask nan adventures in nan pages of ‘Dressing Up,’ I dream they will consciousness empowered to beryllium creative, experiment and find their assurance done dressing."
"Dressing Up: Pip's Truly Fashionable Tale" goes connected waste connected March 5 but can beryllium pre-ordered now, Brown told Fox News Digital.
Brown is simply a renowned master stylist whose activity has appeared successful Vogue, GQ, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour and galore different publications.
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