Women In Clothes
Posted: Nov 05 2014
Two Canadian Women Are Behind Fashion's Latest 'IT' Book, Women In Clothes. Learn About It and Enter To Win Your Own Copy!
For any fashion lover in Canada, it should be refreshing to know that one of the hottest fashion books on the market right now (worldwide) has two talented Canadian women behind it. WOMEN IN CLOTHES explores the relationship that women have to dressing, shopping and style; and out of the three Editors, two are Canadian. One is Sheila Heti, the author of five books, including the critically acclaimed How Should a Person Be?, who currently resides in Toronto and the other is Leanne Shapton who is a Canadian artist, author, and publisher based in New York City.
Whether you love fashion or not, each and every woman has a relationship with clothing on a day-to-day basis. This new book beautiful chronicles our relationships, and includes features with women who are famous, anonymous, single, married, secular, religious, wealthy and working class.
It's no secret that we live in an age obsessed with how women appear. WOMEN IN CLOTHES promises to change the conversation fundamentally and features contributions from some of today's most interesting cultural fires including Cindy Sherman, Roxane Gay, Rachel Kusner, Elif Batuman, lena Dunham, Miranda July, Kim Gordon, Kalpona Akter, Tavi Gevinson, and Molly Ringwald.
To celebrate such an exciting new book that should added to coffee tables everywhere, The Chic Canuck is proud to host a giveaway for one lucky Chic Canuck to score their own copy of WOMEN IN CLOTHES!
All you have to do to enter to WIN is:
FOLLOW @TheChicCanuck on Instagram
POST Your Favourite Product from TheChicCanuck.com Shop with the caption "I #love this (insert item) from @TheChicCanuck! Like this post to help me #win a copy of #WOMENINCLOTHES!
TAG @TheChicCanuck with hashtag #LoveTCC so we can find you!
Contest closes at 11:59pm EST on Friday November 14th, 2014.