After her mischievous older brother Ollie destroys her favourite hat, will Clara Button be able to find a new one she loves just as much? Clara’s quest takes her to some of London’s most iconic shops including Harvey Nichols and Fortnum and Mason. This beautifully illustrated book introduces young readers to the capital’s shopping landmarks and is replete with drawings of imaginative millinery creations.
The protagonist of this fun novel is Fashion Kitty whose special superpower is her ability to prevent fashion faux pas. This lighthearted graphic novel celebrates the importance of style.
The Fashion Colouring Book features designs, from the likes of Karl Lagerfield and Christopher Kane, for children to colour in. With a number of iconic looks to choose from, this is so much fun that parents might want to sharpen their pencils and get to work as well!
Fancy Nancy’s Fashion Parade! by Jane O’Connor (HarperCollins)
This pretty sticker book allows the reader to play at being a stylist. Nancy’s backyard, friends, and dress all need adorning with colourful stickers in preparation for the exciting fashion parade which is coming to her town: hours of fun for little girls with a flair for making things look wonderful.
The Fabulous Story of Fashion by Katie Daynes (Usborne Children’s books)
From cavemen to flapper girls ‘The Fabulous Story of Fashion’ charts how what we wear has changed over the centuries, complete with opulent illustrations.