Catwalkby Deborah Gregory
IN Catwalk, DEBORAH GREGORY creates a new YA series that takes her famously upbeat urban voice and combines it with the appeal of Project Runway and America’s Next Top Model. Catwalk follows Pashmina, Felinez, Angora, and Aphro, four best friends at Manhattan’s Fashion International High School who are about to enter the contest/i>/i>/i>/i>… See more details below
IN Catwalk, DEBORAH GREGORY creates a new YA series that takes her famously upbeat urban voice and combines it with the appeal of Project Runway and America’s Next Top Model. Catwalk follows Pashmina, Felinez, Angora, and Aphro, four best friends at Manhattan’s Fashion International High School who are about to enter the contest of their lives. Each year, students split up into Fashion Houses and compete to design, produce, and show fully original fashion lines. The winner gets a scholarship, a professional show, and a real shot at a career in fashion. Bouncy, smart, and nearly irresistible, Catwalk is a fierce introduction to a fashion world where fabulosity trumps waist size, and there truly is room for everyone.
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- Random House Children's Books
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I love the whole idea of this world that these girls live in - strong, smart, sassy, and with a language all to their own! :) I hope that this gets made into a series because I can't wait to see what happens next! Def good for people who have outgrown Cheetah Girls and want to keep on with the author.
As a student at Fashion International High School, Pashmina has her sights set high.
She's entered a competition to create her own fashion line, and she's got multitudes of ideas. Along with her three best friends, they'll compete for a chance at a fabulous career, a scholarship, and their own show.
CATWALK is a lively and energetic novel that is tons of fun. Though it is endlessly engaging, the constant use of the girls' personal jargon does grate on the nerves rather than come off as fun and whimsical like THE CONFESSIONS OF GEORGIA NICOLSON series. However, if readers can get past that, they're in for a fun and wild adventure through the fashion world, where the only size that matters is the size of your style.
This is a wonderful read for those girls who've outgrown The Cheetah Girls.
When I read the summery for this book I instantly fell in love. I can't wait to read it!