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Fabulous Fashion Books Newly Released in March

By Women's Voices For Change
Not only does Spring signal a fantastic new fashion season, it also welcomes a slew of new and enticing fashion stories, histories, memoirs, and look books. Here are five fabulous books newly released this March that feature everything from break out stars in jewelry design to a behind-the-scenes look at New York Fashion Week.
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Books · Lifestyle

I’m a Jew in a Christmas Book

By Roz Warren
By Roz Warren

The one thing all these stories have in common is an enduring sense of Jewish identity. All of us have found that even as we encounter and embrace a diversity of traditions, we remain Jews. You can have a Christmas tree in your house, put on a Santa suit and distribute holiday gifts to the homeless, or delight in the gigantic illuminated rotating Frosty the Snowman on your neighbor’s roof and still be Jewish.

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Books · Fashion & Beauty

Book Review: “Diana Vreeland: The Modern Woman”

By Tish Jett
By Tish Jett

The pages take us on a chronological journey through her career from 1936 to 1962. As we move along we see the evolution of fashion within the context of the world it inhabited. We see Vreeland’s brilliance, her comprehension of the culture of the pre- and post-war years and the radical societal changes culminating in the Pop 60s.

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Books · Emotional Health

Book Review: ‘Drinking in America: Our Secret History,’ by Susan Cheever

By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.
By Cecilia M. Ford, Ph.D.

Because of our ambivalent relationship to alcohol, our shame and the wide pendulum swings in our attitude about it, drinking has never been wholly integrated into our culture in an open, normative way. While some may argue there is no way to be normative about a substance so easily abused, Americans have a particularly rocky relationship to the bottle.

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