Project Description

IMAGECOMINGSOON

Pre-order the book
31 March 2020
RRP: $35.00
ISBN: 9781988538136
Flexibound, 248 pages
250 x 180 mm
Mind, Body & Spirit

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COMING SOON!

Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty

by Rachel Hunter with Emma Clifton

Over the course of a life-changing year, supermodel Rachel Hunter was given the challenge of looking at how different countries around the world define the idea of beauty and wellness. From the ancient health practices in China, through to the vibrancy of India, contrasted with the futuristic, forward-thinking beauty worlds of South Korea and Japan, Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty gave her a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to not only learn the best wellbeing advice the world has to offer, but also learn the importance of community, authenticity and joy. Take a trip around the world with Rachel and find out how to step into the life you’ve always been looking for.

Tour of Beauty is an award-winning television show that has now been broadcast in over 140 countries around the world.

About the Authors

Raised in Auckland, New Zealand, Rachel Hunter was discovered at the age of seventeen and embarked on a successful career as an international model with Ford Models NYC. Rachel graced the covers of many magazines, including Italian Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Elle, and the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue and appeared in many global advertising campaigns for various international brands, including Covergirl and Revlon. Rachel transitioned from modelling to acting and presenting, appearing in many films and on various unscripted television shows. Most recently, Rachel starred in a television movie Her Infidelity for the Lifetime Network and hosted two very successful seasons of New Zealand’s Got Talent. Rachel has two children, Renee and Liam, and resides in the USA.

Emma Clifton is an award-nominated journalist who has worked in magazines for over 11 years. At Bauer Media, she’s worked at NEXT magazine and is now deputy editor at The Australian Women’s Weekly. Her favourite topics to write about are wellbeing, women’s issues, spirituality and travel.