Confessions of a Fashionista
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You know the old saying about not judging a book by it’s cover? Well, they were wrong. You should judge this book by it’s cover: it’s awesome. It has a falling pink woman. AND a dog. AND a shoe on the front.
It could only be better if it was made of gold. Or cake. (The inside’s pretty good too).
Confessions of a Fashionista is the riotous memoir of my time in the fashion industry, and Amazon’s Fashion Chart number one bestseller. The designer Lulu Guinness said it: ‘Made me laugh out loud…I read this in one sitting’, and I fainted. Are you ready for the insider story of the good, the bad and the Botox?
Here’s the blurb
‘I work in fashion.’ I like the way that sounds. Glamorous. No point revealing I make herbal tea for skeletal models and scoop up dog poo.
The author of the hit online Daily Mail column confesses the truth about life in the fashion lane – from the thrill of watching Kate Moss dance barefoot, to the weird reality of diving into street refuse bins to find a missing £400,000 necklace. Hers is a tale of how to survive heartbreak and stay sane in a world where all around you are losing their Manolo Blahnik-obsessed minds.
Published by Ebury and available from all good book retailers.
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