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by Kate Spade, Virginia Johnson (Illustrator), Julia Leach (Editor), Ruth Peltason (Editor)

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Making a good first impression, tipping for a haircut, dispensing with a large handful of cherry pits, and determining the so-called pedestrian passing lane on a crowded sidewalk are just some of the many etiquette conundrums we all face. As liberated as we've become in our dress and in our lifestyles, good manners are still essential.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Kate Spade's manners are just like her hand bags -- simple, chic, and never out of style. She covers almost every occassion with simple rules to live by. It's not pretentions -- just the facts. A modern day equivalent of Emily Post's rules. I love the illustrations -- a must have for any classy lady.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is an pure american manners book.The real manners are coming only from Europe.You just don't re-gift people back with a gift that was given to them.This is very stupid, it is embarassing to do that.I was surprise to see that kind of idea.Who does such think? That is really bad to write in a book and to teach others to give the gift back if "don"t fit".If you mean anything else you should be more clear because the woman I gave this book to as a gift, returned it to me for the same reason, because she found that on the page 82.I do not have good expectations from a woman that claims she is a prophet(more Psychic in my opinion).If she was a prophet God will teach her the good manners wich she does not have at all.See for this kind of people this book is very low in informations.Oher thinks are missing from this manners book.