Confessions of a Fashionista
Publication Year: 2015
The incredibly popular Daily Mail column, ‘Confessions of a Fashionista’, feeds its hungry readers snippets of a life in the glittering yet deranged world of fashion. Now its anonymous author reveals both her identity and the true story of her giddyingly glamorous time in the style industry, with insider gossip on the people who populate it.
Propelled by a painful end to a relationship and determined to prove her ex wrong for breaking up with her, our Fashionista lands a place on the Harrods Graduate Scheme. A complete outsider to the fashion world, she sets out on a wing and a pair of Guccis, and finds herself in a whirlwind of couture and craziness. Along the way she learns how to stay sane in a world where hairdressers have egos as big as their clients’ bouffants, where dogs fly business class, and if you’re eating carbs it can only be because you’re pregnant.
Confessions of a Fashionista is a book for anyone who’s ever been an outsider, for anyone who’s ever had a relationship end badly and thought they’d never find true love, and for anyone who thinks that cakes were made to be eaten, not sniffed.
Reviews of Confessions of a Fashionista:
‘Sharply observed and extremely funny’
‘A hilarious read.’
Take A Break
‘[Angela is] a glitzy outsider.’
‘Consistently shocking and hilarious in equal measure.’
‘I read this in one sitting. It made me laugh out loud. Perfect for both fashion insiders and anyone who understands the thrill and consequences of retail therapy. I highly recommend Confessions of a Fashionista.’
‘[Confessions of a Fashionista]’s insights into the deranged world of fashion are still making me laugh.’
‘An excellent read … it’s a very enjoyable, eye-opening foray into the (mad) world of fashion.’
‘Could even be the new Bridget Jones’ Diary…a must, must read rating.’
Julie Gilbert, Bright Shiny News
‘Hooked my attention from the first page…entertaining and inspirational’
‘Just read Confessions of a Fashionista by Angela Clarke. Heavenly, just as good as Devil. Funny with adorably silly yet smart heroine.’
Georgina Moore, Communications Director of Headline Publishing Group