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In ‘What My Daughter Wo­re’ l’ar­ti­sta ame­ri­ca­na Jen­ny Wil­liams ce­le­bra la crea­ti­vi­tà del­le bam­bi­ne nel­la scel­ta del lo­ro look

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In ‘What My Daughter Wo­re’, Ame­ri­can ar­ti­st Jen­ny Wil­liams ce­le­bra­tes lit­tle girls’ crea­ti­vi­ty in choo­sing their looks

Se ave­te una fi­glia fem­mi­na e vi tro­va­te tut­te le mat­ti­ne a li­ti­ga­re per come si va ve­sti­te a scuo­la, pro­va­te a sfo­glia­re que­sta ge­nia­le col­le­zio­ne di di­se­gni che cat­tu­ra­no, con de­li­ca­tez­za e iro­nia, le scel­te sti­li­sti­che di al­cu­ne ra­gaz­zi­ne nell’età di pas­sag­gio tra l’in­fan­zia e l’ado­le­scen­za. Vi apri­rà gli oc­chi (e il cuo­re), in­vi­tan­do­vi a ri­con­si­de­ra­re le biz­zar­rie ve­stia­rie e gli im­pro­ba­bi­li ac­co­sta­men­ti (cro­ma­ti­ci e di sti­le) che pri­ma non vi sa­re­ste mai im­ma­gi­na­te di ap­pro­va­re! Il sug­ge­ri­men­to è di Jen­ny Wil­liams, il­lu­stra­tri­ce, ar­ti­sta e mam­ma di tre bam­bi­ni, che ha ri­trat­to la fi­glia e le sue ami­che nel suo stu­dio di Brooklyn, rac­con­tan­do a tut­te le mam­me, pri­ma in un blog e poi in que­sto li­bro, che c’è un mo­men­to nel­la vi­ta in cui va­le la pe­na fa­re un pas­so in­die­tro, fer­mar­si a guar­da­re le pro­prie bim­be e va­lo­riz­za­re la lo­ro crea­ti­vi­tà e quel­la vo­glia di espri­mer­si che va ol­tre la mo­da e le ten­den­ze.

f you have a daughter and you find your­self ar­guing eve­ry morning about what she wan­ts to wear to school, try lea­fing th­rou­gh this bril­liant collection of dra­wings that de­li­ca­te­ly cap­tu­re the style choi­ces of tweens. It will open your eyes and en­cou­ra­ge you to re­con­si­der the cra­zy clo­thes and im­pro­ba­ble co­lor and style com­bi­na­tions that you would have never ima­gi­ned ap­pro­ving! The sug­ge­stion comes from Jen­ny Wil­liams, an il­lu­stra­tor, ar­ti­st and the mo­ther of three chil­dren, who por­trayed her daughter and her friends in her Brooklyn stu­dio. As she told all moms in a blog and now in this book, the­re’s a mo­ment in life when it’s a good idea to stop and look at your daughters and ap­pre­cia­te their crea­ti­vi­ty and de­si­re to ex­press them­sel­ves in a way that sur­pas­ses fa­shion and trends.

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Dal blog al li­bro un’istan­ta­nea sul­la pre­a­do­le­scen­za (powerHouse Books)

From the blog to the book, a snapshot of tweens

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