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Kathryn Eisman (born 14 June 1981) is an Australian fashion, lifestyle and entertainment television journalist, author, model and designer. She was part of the two-time Emmy nominated E! News Entertainment team, is the entertainment correspondent for Sunrise on the Seven Network, and the author of two books. She is the founder of High Heel Jungle Socks. Kathryn is daughter of Peter and Sylvia Eisman, a Sydney based pediatrician and an educator, respectively. She is niece of John Eisman honored the Order of Australia. and granddaughter of Anna Reich, the last known holocaust survivor from Sydney to have been in Schindler’s List. She later went to Australia where she became a fashion identity, philanthropist and businesswoman.

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Kutsu de otoko o miwakeru hō = How to tell a man by his shoes / Kyasurīn Aizuman cho ; Matsui Midori yaku
靴で男を見分ける法= How to tell a man by his shoes/ キャスリン・アイズマン著;松井みどり訳
Uniform title: How to tell a man by his shoes. Japanese
by Eisman, Kathryn
Tōkyō : Bungei Shunjū, 2003
東京: 文芸春秋, 2003
 
 
 
Ni de nan ren chuan shen mo xie / Kaisalin·Yisiman wen, tu ; Chen Lijuan yi = How to tell a man by his shoes / Kathryn Eisman
妳的男人穿什麽鞋 / 凱薩琳・伊斯曼文, 圖 ; 陳麗娟譯 = How to tell a man by his shoes / Kathryn Eisman
Uniform title: How to tell a man by his shoes. Chinese
by Eisman, Kathryn
Taibei Shi : Ping zhuang ben chu ban gong si, 2004
台北市 : 平装本出版公司, 2004
 
 
Uniform title: How to tell a man by his shoes. Italian
by Eisman, Kathryn
Casale Monferrato : Piemme, c2008
 
 
Uniform title: How to tell a woman by her handbag. German
by Eisman, Kathryn
Munich, Germany : Kabel by Piper, c2004
 
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