Advanced Style by Ari Seth Cohen

Ari Seth Cohen, in his blog-based book, Advanced Style
(2012), turns ageism on its heels. His exquisite photography and
meaningful words capture the essence of growing older with dignity and

I have never considered "old" a bad word, the author writes.  To
be old is to be experienced, wise, and advanced.  The ladies I
photograph challenge sterotypical views on age and aging. They are
youthful in mind and spirit and express themselves through personal
style and individual creativity...The fashion these women display is
merely a reflection of the care and thought they put into every aspect
of their lives.  These photos offer proof that the secret to remaining
vital in our later years is to never stop being curious, never stop
creating, and never stop having fun. 

Advanced Style is
not only a beautiful coffee table book, it is an inspiration for any
woman at any age.  Not only are the featured clothes and accessories
exquisite, but the women photographed are admirable in the statements
they are making. Their attitude about themselves and about life is

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