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May 16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Twilight. True Blood. Dracula. Vampires are hotter than the sun they don't walk in, and why? Because they have two things we all want. Eternal life. Eternal thinness. Sure, their books sell millions and their movies and TV shows are hits, but when it comes to style, too many are still dressing like the Count from Sesame Street.
Scarlett Stoker's new eBook
Dracula in Dior - The Ultimate A-Z Fashion Guide for the Undead and Those Who Wish To Beis set to be essential summer reading for every vamp and undead obsessive.
"It's time for older vampires to abandon the cliches and younger vamps to ditch the hoodies and torn jeans," says Stoker, creator of the humorous must-read vampire style blog
www.DraculainDior.com. "Vampires need to embrace the runway and start killing in fashion."
"A wise human once said that good clothes open all doors," explains Stoker. "And if you're a vampire, beyond those doors are a lot of necks. The devil wears Prada because it works for him. Shouldn't Dracula and his cohorts do their jobs in Dior? And
Marc Jacobs and Gucci and Donna Karan."
Dracula in Dior cleverly combines the twin passion of millions - fashion and vampires - and in this comic A-Z guide, Scarlett teaches vampires:
Why they need to ditch those boring capes and corsets and wear designer.
How jewelry is a vampire's best friend for hiding those annoying dinner bloodstains. Just ask Michelle Obama.
Why Martha Stewart should be the role model of every undead housewife.
Dracula in Dior is the ultimate A-Z for fashionistas and the undead, either freshly turned or those approaching their 1000
Available on Kindle, Nook and iBooks.
About the Author:
Scarlett Stoker is a vampire fashion expert who blogs at
www.DraculainDior.com. She does for immortals what
Hollywood stylists do for the living - it's how not to dress for vamps, using humans as the lesson plan.
For review eBook copies or to interview Scarlett please
Sharon KrumEmail 1 347 451 8147
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