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Book review: Fashion School Survival Guide by Ezinma Mbonu

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15:15 PM | 7 October 2015
by Sian Bayley
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We take a look at Ezinma Mbonu’s new book Fashion School Survival Guide (Laurence King Publishing, 2015) an essential handbook for the aspiring fashion designer.

We take a look at Ezinma Mbonu’s new book Fashion School Survival Guide, an essential handbook for the aspiring fashion designer.

What’s it about?

Mbonu’s book offers 100 bite-sized chapters about the fashion industry, ranging from general advice about time management skills to insider technical tips such as drawing with hands and feet when sketching to improve proportion. As a former fashion student herself, Mbonu is able to tailor her advice for students just about to start fashion school in a short and concise way. Along with inspirational quotes from fashion’s biggest giants Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, and Coco Chanel, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in fashion!

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