After her collaboration with Christian Lacroix, I was expecting something as good, if not better. Sadly, the only good thing in this book is the chapter on Christian Lacroix and Michael Howells. Going through the book will make you wonder how the 'creative contributors' managed to get where they are. It must have been sheer luck, and possibly whom they knew because the projects included are far from creative or original. One of them, perhaps the worst, actually gives you instructions on how to make tea. Another one tells you how to personalise a bike's frame by wrapping tape on it, something my brother was already doing over forty years ago. Another project tells you to pin safety pins to a sweater. I can see why they put Mr Howells and Mr. Lacroix's contribution at the end, as if saying let's save the best for last. Their miniature theatre is whimsical, but not worth the price of the book.