1 edition of I actually wore this found in the catalog.
I actually wore this
Coleman, Tom (Writer)
Written in English
|Statement||written by Tom Coleman ; photography by Jerome Jakubiec|
|Contributions||Jakubiec, Jerome, photographer|
|LC Classifications||TT505.A1 C65 2017|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||2016953381|
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About Last Night: ‘I Actually Wore This’ Book Launch Last night, we celebrated the launch of I Actually Wore This, a book by Tom Coleman and Jerome Jakubiec featuring fashionable people in outfits they can’t believe they once wore. I Actually Wore This is the first book to celebrate these fashion blunders and lets us in on how and why they happened: the purple velour jumpsuit that was supposed to make you look dangerous, the Baron von Trapp–ish Tyrolean jacket that seemed like a good idea after six beers in Munich, and the cocktail napkin–sized swimsuit.
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