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STYLE STATEMENT is an inspiring take on the power of style and authenticity. Deemed "style psychotherapists,"Carrie Danielle are the creators of the Style Statement: a two-word compass that helps you make more confident choices in life -- from your wardrobe to your relationships, your living room to your career plans. Part workbook, part inspirational narrative, STYLE STATEMENT presents a series of inquiries that lead readers to the personal words that guide the spirit, look and feel of their life. The first word represents your foundation, your 80%. The second word, your 20%, is what motivates and distinguishes you. Via Carrie Danielle's Lifestyle Map, readers then explore how their own unique Style Statement can generate momentum in every area of their life.
Carrie McCarthy is a graduate of the London College of Fashion. A former fashion model, award-winning interior designer, and head of "Robe," a successful wedding dress company, Carrie is a regular design personality in the media. She is featured on a regular basis in Canadian House & Home, Style at Home, Coastal Living, Western Living and Vancouver Magazine (where she was dubbed "one of the hottest designers in Vancouver"). Carrie is married and lives in Vancouver. Her Style Statement is Refined Treasure.
Danielle LaPorte is a writer and seasoned marketing strategist in Vancouver. She has worked as Executive Director of the Arlington Institute--a think tank in Washington, DC--where she led a team of world class analysts in studying market trends for the liked of IBM, The Pentagon, and The World Bank, and was granted a position on the White House Council in 2000. She also headed her own communications agency for ten years, providing branding expertise and national publicity campaigns for clients ranging from Pulitzer Prize winners to pop stars. Danielle has appeared in The Globe & Mail, Fashion Magazine, and Washington Post, to name a few. Her Style Statement is Sacred Dramatic.
This book is ok but not what I was expecting. I thought there would be more concise information and more help narrowing in on your personal style.Published 17 months ago by Carmen Matthews
I don't understand the great reviews on this. it was a waste of money. Mainly full of interviews with people who have different style perspective; not really
This book was not at all what i had expected but was still top notch and probably an item I will continue to reference throughout my life.Published on July 3 2013 by Catherine Ferguson
An outstanding guide to finding one's self through a barage of outside input and suggestion. The collection of individuals and their 'Style Statements' is both inspiring and... Read morePublished on April 28 2008 by T. W. hoey