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Grace: A Memoir Hardcover – 22 Nov 2012
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"If I was only allowed one book in my bookcase, or on my coffee table - this would be it" (Fashion Ache)
"genius... doesn't go far enough" (Sunday Telegraph)
"[A] splashy, dishy, very giftable memoir" (The New York Times)
"An absolutely beautiful book. As you would expect from the creative director of American Vogue, it is both stylish and striking, Coddington is a survivor, and this memoir is testimony to that" (Sarah Vine The Times)
"This memoir of a life in style from the 1960s until today will be equally absorbing for those who love the fashion world and those who find it impenetrably alien. Either way, as seen through Coddington’s eyes, it is never less than fascinating" (Vanessa Friedman Financial Times)
"If I was only allowed one book in my bookcase, or on my coffee table - this would be it"
"genius... doesn't go far enough"
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I would thoroughly recommend this book to anyone. She has a dry, sarcastic humour, but is also a romantic at heart. Anyone looking for an insight into the fashion world, the history of modelling/photographry/Vogue/designers in general should read this. With many contacts in the fashion world, Grace traces each of their rises and falls, from Calvin Klein, to Galliano, she seems to know all the big names, and reduces them to the level of people, rather than the grand icons they have become.
I did not care to read more than the beginning of the book. I was disappointed, because she seemed more interesting in The September issue.
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