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50's Popular Fashions: For Men, Women, Boys and Girls


50's Popular Fashions: For Men, Women, Boys and Girls


$1.99


Those swinging 50s are fondly remembered in this bright and catchy book of everyday fashions for men, women, boys and girls. The day and evening dresses, suits, sports clothing, sweaters, ties, socks, and sleepwear so typical of the 50s are pictured. Over 600 color photographs and sales catalog advertisements bring the clothes right into your living room. The popular Western styles for boys are a particularly strong group here. A glossary defines terms as they were used in the 50s, and the index will help locate your favorite article. The price guide reflects the current market for 50s fashions that are immensely popular today.

Cologne by Giorgio Armani for Men - 2.6 oz Deodorant Stick


Cologne by Giorgio Armani for Men - 2.6 oz Deodorant Stick


$20.47


Fragrance Description: Born in Piacenza, Italy in 1934, Giorgio Armani is one of the most celebrated and influential designers Italy has ever produced. But it was only by chance that he broke into the fashion industry in the Sixties, after brief forays into medicine (having studied at Milan University) and photography. Following his military service, Armani launched his career as a window dresser at a large Milanese department store, called La Rinascente. He later revealed that he developed his classic style during this time, following frequent trips to the UK. England was virtually the most important centre for inspiration, he says. When I was working for Il Rinascente we used to travel to London for the influences, to see the shops, to learn. I remember seeing some yellow cardigans in a small boutique and bringing them to Il Rinascente and everyone thought I was insane. Yellow cardigans were what the Duke of Windsor was about, they were not something for the average man. Today, the Armani empire comprises some 2,000 emporia world-wide with annual sales of more than $1 billion. His catwalk shows often draw a distinguished crowd when he was forced to show in New York in March 1998, after Paris police closed down his black marquee over Place Saint Sulpice claiming that the set-up was unsafe, Robert de Niro, Spike Lee, Mark Wahlberg, Martin Scorsese, Sophia Loren and Wyclef Jean of The Fugees all came to watch. Nonetheless Armani claims to base his vision on the everyday people in the street, believing that clothes should be made to be worn not just seen and drawing on the skills he learned as a menswear designer to produce contemporary clothes for women. The wide-shouldered power suit that was a trademark in the Eighties has been softened into a more supple, practical silhouette and Armani's collections these days are elegant and understated (the designer has often expressed a dislike of important clothes).In 2000, Forbes declared Giorgio Armani to be the world's

School Laws Of Iowa From The Code Of 1897 As Amended By The Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth, And Twenty-Ninth General Assemblies; With Notes


School Laws Of Iowa From The Code Of 1897 As Amended By The Twenty-Seventh, Twenty-Eighth, And Twenty-Ninth General Assemblies; With Notes


$23.09


This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 Excerpt: .tions, 2732; shall admit students from county without charge, 2732; may admit from outside the county, 2732; shall make no purchases in excess of funds on hand, 2731. Board Of Trustees, of normal school, shall elect officers, 2675; shall make rules and regulations, 2676; may charge for contingent expenses, 2676; may charge a tuition fee, 2676; must have effects of alcoholic drinks and narcotics taught, 2677; may receive scholars from same school district, 2678; shall report bien-nially to governor, 2680. Board Of Trustees, of state college of agriculture and mechanic arts shall man-age the college, 2646; shall designate the number from each county entitled to free tuition, 2649. Bond, of officer, of tr asurer normal school, 2675; of trustees county high school, 2729; of treasurer county high school, 2729; of secretary and treasurer of board, 2760; shall be filed with the president, 2760; president shall bring action on, 2760; of contractor to build, 2779; of person appointed to keep books and supplies for sale, 2824; of publishers, suit on, 2827; of contractor furnishing books or supplies, 2830; surety companies accepted on, 2830. Bonds, women may vote on question of issuing, 2747; board may issue to pay indebtedness, 2812; voters may vote, 2812; signed by president, 2812; counter-signed by secretary, 2812; when payable, 2812; delivered to treasurer, 2812; treasurer shall sell, 2812; treasurer may exchange, 2812; cost of engraving and printing paid from contingent fund, 2812; treasurer keeps record to whom bonds are sold, 2812; form and other requirements of, 2812; not to be disposed of for less than par value, 2812; must be paid in order of issuance, 2812; tax to pay bonds or interest due, 2813; may issue school tax funding bonds, 2812. Books, see

Short Stories


Short Stories


$3.5


Described by literary critic Robert Morss Lovett as "a novelist of civilization, absorbed in the somewhat mechanical operations of civilization, absorbed in the somewhat mechanical operations of culture, preoccupied with the upper ('and inner') class," Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton (1862-1937) also wrote superbly crafted works of short fiction. The seven stories in this excellent collection demonstrate the author's ability to create memorable tales on themes of love and marriage, divorce, the experience of the artist, high society and its workings and other topics."Souls Belated," a tragedy of mores, focuses on characters overcome by the demands of convention, while "The Pelican" and "The Muse's Tragedy" both present women whose realities differ from their public personae. "Expiation" is a satiric, revealing story about the publishing industry, featuring a writer determined to increase the sales of her first novel. In "The Dilettante," a young man who prides himself on his ability to manipulate women must face ironic consequences when he introduces his fiancée to his supposed lover. "Xingu" is a witty satire on the intellectual pretensions of a group of rich women, while "The Other Two" presents a darkly humorous look at the consequences of divorce. Gathered in this inexpensive volume, these stories provide an excellent sampling of Wharton's masterly efforts in the short story genre, a form of fiction she felt especially suited to her talents and one that enabled her to achieve a focused and intimate realism.

Short Stories


Short Stories


$3.5


Described by literary critic Robert Morss Lovett as "a novelist of civilization, absorbed in the somewhat mechanical operations of civilization, absorbed in the somewhat mechanical operations of culture, preoccupied with the upper ('and inner') class," Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edith Wharton (1862-1937) also wrote superbly crafted works of short fiction. The seven stories in this excellent collection demonstrate the author's ability to create memorable tales on themes of love and marriage, divorce, the experience of the artist, high society and its workings and other topics."Souls Belated," a tragedy of mores, focuses on characters overcome by the demands of convention, while "The Pelican" and "The Muse's Tragedy" both present women whose realities differ from their public personae. "Expiation" is a satiric, revealing story about the publishing industry, featuring a writer determined to increase the sales of her first novel. In "The Dilettante," a young man who prides himself on his ability to manipulate women must face ironic consequences when he introduces his fiancée to his supposed lover. "Xingu" is a witty satire on the intellectual pretensions of a group of rich women, while "The Other Two" presents a darkly humorous look at the consequences of divorce. Gathered in this inexpensive volume, these stories provide an excellent sampling of Wharton's masterly efforts in the short story genre, a form of fiction she felt especially suited to her talents and one that enabled her to achieve a focused and intimate realism.

The Botox Diaries


The Botox Diaries


$1.99


In a world where plastic surgery is as popular as a pair of sexy Manolo Blahniks, suburban single mom Jessica Taylor is trying to make it past forty with nothing more than moisturizer and a swipe of mascara. Her glamorous best friend, TV producer Lucy Baldor, has a different idea of aging gracefully. "My body is a temple," Lucy explains. "I just don't want it to crumble like St. John the Divine."Jess and Lucy's friendship has weathered the trials of marriage, the births of children, and the transition from itty-bitty bikinis to "Kindest Cut" one-piece suits. Now the women are discovering that midlife crises aren't just for men-they're equal-opportunity dilemmas. To Jess's dismay, Lucy announces that she's taken a lover. A very famous lover. Her husband, Dan, is bound to find out (especially after a picture of the amorous duo appears on Page Six of the New York Post), but Lucy's too wrapped up in the joys of expensive lingerie and romantic retreats to care. Jess finds herself in the midst of her own romantic predicament when, after ten years of silence, her sexy French ex-husband, Jacques, ends up back in her life-and in her bed. Whether navigating bake sales, bicoastal affairs, or bagels-and-Botox parties, these wise and witty women know that their friendship will remain the one true thing they can count on. Well, that and a good push-up bra, of course. And their bond withstands everything-from an orgy in Willie Nelson's trailer to a reality TV-show bachelor named Boulder. Funny, brazen, and often poignant, this irresistible novel offers an unexpected and entertaining look at two women's midlife adventures. From Thai massage to tantric sex, who would have thought forty could be so much fun?

The X and Y of Buy: Sell More and Market Better by Knowing How the Sexes Shop (NelsonFree)


The X and Y of Buy: Sell More and Market Better by Knowing How the Sexes Shop (NelsonFree)


$7.99


Shopping for a man's suit? Walk into a department store, and they're right by the door?men's suits in every color and size. A guy gets in and out in plenty of time for kick-off. Need a woman's suit? Block out the afternoon?her clothing is strategically placed in the farthest corner of the store, past the handbags (on sale!), behind the lingerie, and through the jewelry section. Men and women are wired to shop and buy differently, and smart business people not only know it, they know just how to put it to use every day. In The X and Y of Buy, veteran branding, marketing, and salesperson Elizabeth Pace breaks the gender code for you to be successful, generate revenue, and market and sell more effectively."Wow, what an awesome book! I wish it had been written earlier in my career because I definitely would have made more sales. This book is a must read for sales people in all levels of business. I've always said you must be a chameleon to be a successful seller when working with various types of people. The X and Y of Buy takes this a step further, revealing fascinating, successful strategies in working with men and women."Michael Oppenheimer, Market Manager, Clear Channel Radio-Memphis"Reading Elizabeth Pace's The X and Y of Buy is like having the "answers to the test"…knowing the key in communicating to women vs. men makes it simple to be successful! This is a great tool, with great insight, and it is hilarious! I love to laugh and learn, and with this book you do both. It is definitely a "must read" for my Leadership Team!" Cordia Harrington, CEO & the "Bun Lady," Tennessee Bun Company

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