OK, we admit it - it was the gorgeous natural kraft paper cover with its beautiful, neon pink headline and spine that first caught our eye - but a closer look at this fabulous children's guide to fashion made us realise that the content was even more exciting... It's an interactive colouring book all about fashion, designed and illustrated especially for Laurence King Publishing by talented artist Nina Chakrabarti. Jam-packed with handbags to colour in, boot pairs to match up and hats to design and embellish, this book is guaranteed to inspire children's creativity and artistic flair whilst teaching them a fair bit about fashion, too. Covering clothing, shoes, handbags, jewellery and other accessories, and from vintage to contemporary modern day designs drawn from Nina's very own imagination, My Wonderful World of Fashion not only allows them to be as creative as possible, but the special 'Did you know...' features throughout the book provide interesting little facts and snippets from through the ages and from all around the world. In addition to this, practical tasks such as 'how to make a sari' and 'turn a napkin into a headscarf' make this book all the more fun, and ensure it will last them for years and years. My Wonderful World of Fashion is Nina's very first book (but since then she has written and illustrated another 3 fashion books, including a book of postcards to design and send yourself - all in her very own, unique and quirky style). It is available for £12.95 from Laurence King Publishing, however purchase it before 1st September to benefit from an amazing 40% discount... And the best news? Thanks to Laurence King, the discount is valid for all of Nina's fabulous books! See our Special Deals for more details. It's a beautiful gift, and a most definite must-have for budding fashionistas and mini creative talents everywhere. A Note on the Author Nina Chakrabarti was born and raised in Calcutta, India until her teens, when she moved to England to study graphic design at Central St Martins and the Royal College of Art. To this day, she has a passion for the decorative arts, exploring it through detailed line drawing using Rotring pens, felt tips, biros, pencils and inks. As she so rightly says, 'With drawing you have the freedom to create anything you like... it's all down to you and your pen".