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Choupette: The Private Life of a High-Flying Fashion Cat Hardcover – 22 Sep 2014
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A guide to fashion's most pampered feline. --Vogue
Karl Lagerfeld's 'muse' ... The purr-fect way to see behind the catflap. --Grazia
As brilliantly bonkers (yet totally chic) as you may expect. --Marie Claire
Meow factor: 5/5 --In Style
A highly amusing read about fashion's first cat. --Daily Telegraph
Bonkers, but very cute. --The Irish Sunday Mirror
Everything you need to know about fashion's favourite cat. --Harper's Bazaar
Purr-fectly ridiculous. --Glamour
Tres chic. --Grazia
A fascinating glimpse into the life of the world's most pampered puss. --Living North
Reveals details of Choupette's high-flying life. --BBC Culture
The most famous cat in fashion reveals what life is like as Karl Lagerfeld's 'kept woman'. --The Star
A feline style icon in her own right. --Claire Allfree, Metro
If you're into cats, Chanel, or both - this is definitely worth a read. --Schönmagazine
Behind-the-scenes of the real aristocat whose blue sapphire eyes inspire one of fashion's most enduring designers. --Image Ireland
About the Author
Patrick Mauries is a writer and publisher of many notable titles on fashion and design, including The World According to Karl, also published by Thames & Hudson. Jean-Christophe Napias is an author, translator and editor of books on dandies, dance music and camp culture.