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The Dirty Side Of Glamour

Author: Tyler Shields
Publisher: It Books
ISBN: 9780062238764
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With more than 130 raw and revolutionary photographs, The Dirty Side of Glamour showcases Tyler Shields’s unrestrained creative spirit and offers a visual commentary on fame, excess, youth, the trappings of celebrity, and the power of letting go.

The Dirty Side Of Glamour

Author: Tyler Shields
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062238779
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With more than 130 raw and revolutionary photographs, The Dirty Side of Glamour showcases Tyler Shields’s unrestrained creative spirit and offers a visual commentary on fame, excess, youth, the trappings of celebrity, and the power of letting go.


ISBN: 9781943876297
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Provocateur brings together in a single lavish volume several of the bad boy Tyler Shield's collections, including a series of retro-style glamour portraits, ethereally decadent Marie Antoinette-inspired visions, and rustic woodland scenes that serve as a backdrop for modern-day nymphs.

No More Dirty Looks

Author: Siobhan O'Connor
Publisher: Da Capo Lifelong Books
ISBN: 0738214183
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It started with a harmless quest for perfect wash-and-go hair. Every girl wants it, and Siobhan O'Connor and Alexandra Spunt finally found it in a fancy salon treatment. They were thrilled—until they discovered that the magic ingredient was formaldehyde. Shocked, O'Connor and Spunt left no bottle unturned. If it went on their body (and thus, was absorbed into their skin and bloodstream), they researched it. As it turns out, many of those unpronounceable ingredients in your self-tanner and leave-in conditioner are not regulated and the “natural” on your face wash doesn't mean what you think it does. Now, with the help of top scientists, dermatologists, and makeup artists, the authors share their compelling findings and the easy way to detoxify your beauty regimen. No More Dirty Looks also reveals the safest, most effective products on the market and time-tested home recipes. Finally, you don't need to sacrifice health for beauty—because coming clean is the best look yet.

Hollywood Strip

Author: Shamron Moore
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0765332302
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Moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career, Midwestern girl Callie Lambert endures a grueling schedule of waitressing and auditions before landing a role that she hopes will be a big break only to encounter new challenges in the form of murder, betrayal and love. A first novel.

Lucking Out

Author: James Wolcott
Publisher: Anchor Books
ISBN: 0767930622
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"How lucky I was, arriving in New York just as everything was about to go to hell.” That would be in the autumn of 1972, when a very young and green James Wolcott arrived from Maryland, full of literary dreams, equipped with a letter of introduction from Norman Mailer, and having no idea what was about to hit him. Landing at a time of accelerating municipal squalor and, paradoxically, gathering cultural energy in all spheres as “Downtown” became a category of art and life unto itself, he embarked upon his sentimental education, seventies New York style. This portrait of a critic as a young man is also a rollicking, acutely observant portrait of a legendary time and place. Wolcott was taken up by fabled film critic Pauline Kael as one of her “Paulettes” and witnessed the immensely vital film culture of the period. He became an early observer-participant in the nascent punk scene at CBGB, mixing with Patti Smith, Lester Bangs, and Tom Verlaine. As aVillage Voicewriter he got an eyeful of the literary scene when such giants as Mailer, Gore Vidal, and George Plimpton strode the earth, and writing really mattered. A beguiling mixture ofKafka Was the RageandPlease Kill Me, this memoir is a sharp-eyed rendering, at once intimate and shrewdly distanced, of a fabled milieu captured just before it slips into myth. Mixing grit and glitter in just the right propor­tions, suffused with affection for the talented and sometimes half-crazed denizens of the scene, it will make readers long for a time when you really could get mugged around here. From the Hardcover edition.


Author: Michael Gross
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062076124
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The definitive story of the international modeling business—and its evil twin, legalized flesh peddling—Model is a tale of beautiful women empowered and subjugated; of vast sums of money; of sex and drugs, obsession and tragic death; and of the most unholy combination in commerce: stunning young women and rich, lascivious men. Investigative journalist Michael Gross takes us into the private studios and hidden villas where models play and are preyed upon, and tears down modeling’s carefully constructed façade of glamour to reveal the untold truths of an ugly trade.

Down And Dirty Pictures

Author: Peter Biskind
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1439127107
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In this “dishy…superbly reported” (Entertainment Weekly) New York Times bestseller, Peter Biskind chronicles the rise of independent filmmakers who reinvented Hollywood—most notably Sundance founder Robert Redford and Harvey Weinstein, who with his brother, Bob, made Miramax Films an indie powerhouse. As he did in his acclaimed Easy Riders, Raging Bulls, Peter Biskind “takes on the movie industry of the 1990s and again gets the story” (The New York Times). Biskind charts in fascinating detail the meteoric rise of the controversial Harvey Weinstein, often described as the last mogul, who created an Oscar factory that became the envy of the studios, while leaving a trail of carnage in his wake. He follows Sundance as it grew from a regional film festival to the premier showcase of independent film, succeeding almost despite the mercurial Redford, whose visionary plans were nearly thwarted by his own quixotic personality. Likewise, the directors who emerged from the independent movement, such as Quentin Tarantino, Steven Soderbergh, and David O. Russell, are now among the best-known directors in Hollywood. Not to mention the actors who emerged with them, like Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Ethan Hawke, and Uma Thurman. Candid, controversial, and “sensationally entertaining” (Los Angeles Times) Down and Dirty Pictures is a must-read for anyone interested in the film world.

Dirty Dishes

Author: vincent falco
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1614683476
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Dirty Dishes is a memoir of unprecedented content. This retold autobiographical journey of a prominent and successful rising star in the Atlanta culinary scene of the 80's is imbued with raw and erotic sexual vignettes, each one more fantastic and outlandish than the other. A true story in every detail, this salacious, naughty tale transpires under the roof of one of Atlanta's most prominent seafood restaurants of the mid-eighties, Falco's. Unbelievably graphic and sprinkled generously with tantalizing details of super-erotic episodes, this unbelievable narrative is alluring and seductive. With a generous dose of real restaurant vernacular, outrageous behind the scenes anecdotes, and intoxicating kitchen incidents, this captivating chronicle seduces the reader with its heady sexual energy and potent erotic circumstances. As the tale unfolds, Chef Falco transcends the typical "bad-boy" reputation of even the most dastardly chefs of contemporary times, tempting us at every turn with more and more lewd, obscene interactions, But the clever juxtaposition of the food, the "meat and potatoes" so to speak, with the intense, bawdy sexual interludes, offers the reader a rare glimpse into the "vulgar" underbelly of an oftentimes grossly romanticized profession. The sheer sexual energy and the powerfully graphic depictions reverberate within us all. Our typically prudish sometimes suppressed sexuality finds a certain identity and familiarity within this "dark" journey despite the vile and wicked debauchery of the protagonist, Vincent Falco. In truth, it is the very debauched details, the racy undercurrent in this lewd story that find not only a certain resonance in us all but even a certain satisfaction and familiarity, a peculiar intrigue and fascination that suddenly arises from the repressed psycho-sexual alter egos within us all. And this is precisely why the memoir's erotic details, though vulgar and obscene, are thoroughly enticing, completely titillating, and resoundingly enjoyable.

Photography As Fiction

Author: Erin C. Garcia
Publisher: Getty Publications
ISBN: 1606060317
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From as early as 1839, artists began exploring photography's enormous potential for storytelling and often went to great lengths to create pictures for the camera. Here, a short introductory essay summarizes the history of staged photogaphy, highlightingkey debates on the medium's blunt factuality and its capacity for deception.