Like its predecessor, ”Making Faces,” this stunning book features celebrities made up to look like other celebrities, often with startling results – Julia Roberts appears as Julie Christie, Susan Sarandon as Bette Davis, Hilary Swank as Raquel Welch, and so on. A few of the lushly photographed incarnations in Face Forward don’t quite work: Gwyneth Paltrow, for example, doesn’t channel the spirit of James Dean at all. But the best shots – like a smoldering Martha Stewart as Veronica Lake – sizzle on the page.
Face ForwardLike its predecessor, ''Making Faces,'' this stunning book features celebrities made up to look like other celebrities, often with startling results -- Julia...Face ForwardNonfiction, Coffee TableKevyn AucoinLike its predecessor, ''Making Faces,'' this stunning book features celebrities made up to look like other celebrities, often with startling results -- Julia...2000-10-11Little Brown & Company
JUST 'FACE' IT
Genre: Nonfiction, Coffee Table; Author: Kevyn Aucoin; Publisher: Little Brown & Company
Posted October 11 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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