Dr. Alison Matthews-David was trained at Stanford University and investigates the history of textiles and dress. She is an associate professor at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario. This book is based on the research for her adult book Fashion Victims (Bloomsbury, 2015) and its related co-curated exhibition at the Bata Shoe Museum in Toronto. Her next project sleuths out the links between clothing and crime. Serah-Marie McMahon founded WORN Fashion Journal and edited The WORN Archive, published by Drawn & Quarterly. She sells and writes about children's books in Toronto, Ontario. Gillian Wilson is a Canadian illustrator and printmaker with an affinity for cats and scary feelings. Her work has been featured in Frankie magazine and some of her clients include Today's Parent, Palm Bay Spritz, and Hamilton-based Grain + Grit Brewery.
Readers and report writers will not be disappointed. --The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books A fun, yet thoughtful look inside fashion perils past and present. --Booklist - STARRED REVIEW An engrossing choice for stout-hearted readers, whether fashion-forward or not. --School Library Journal A fun way to remind youngsters to value their health and safety above their appearances. --Shelf Awareness - STARRED REVIEW