1.10.13

my favourite fashion reads

my favourite fashion reads

 1. Grace: A memoir by Grace Coddington:
I first got to know about Grace properly after watching The September Issue, a movie documenting the hectic life for VOGUE workers in the September Issue. I had known that she played an important role in this fashion industry, but didn't realise what a huge impact she had up until then. One of my muses that I look up to right now will definitely be Grace. She manages to creates this fantasy world behind her wonderfully magical and breathtaking images, which is a rare gem to now find. I have to admit that I've never been a huge fan of reading memoirs, but this book is definitely an exception. I would definitely recommend this book for people who want to work in the fashion industry, or want an insider into one of fashion's biggest icons.
2. Front Row: Anna Wintour by Jerry Oppenheimer:
Anna Wintour is without a doubt the most influential style icon that has rocketed the fashion world. Earning the distinguished and highly repspectable title as VOGUE's editor in chief, she plays an immensely important role in the industry and literally has control over this 200 billion-dollar industry at the palm of her hand through her decisions. "If fashion was a church, she would be the high pope." But of course, she never started off  with this power. This profile on Anna chronicles her hard struggles and her hungry determination of working her way up towards becoming the editor in chief of VOGUE. Front Row reveals Anna's cold and autocratic demeanour, which has also given her a reputation as "Nuclear Wintour". I highly respect Anna despite her stony reputation, and will always see her as fashion's most important figure.
 3. Rookie/Yearbook One by Tavi Gevinson:
This is not your average, stereotypical teenage girl guidebook, although the name makes your believe it.A fashion/teenage girl bible is more of a better description. From "how to" tips, to glossy fashion spreads and very relatable articles, this book covers almost everything a girl would want to read about.The book was compiled together by a bunch of teenage girls, and is unbiasedly honest. 
4. The devil wears Prada by Lauren Weisberger:
Being one of my favourite movies and books, this book is an all-time fashion classic. It is hilarious and witty, and I would definitely recommend this to fashion fanatics.
What's your favourite fashion book?
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3 comments

  1. I would love to read Grace's memoir. She is such a talented persone!

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  2. These a great reads that I definitely want to check out, esp The Devil Wears Prada and the book about Anna Wintour! The one about Tavi might be really interesting too :P

    Thanks so much for following my blog on GFC earlier, I'm following you two ladies back on GFC and Bloglovin' now, would love if you followed me back on BL as well!

    Have a lovely day and keep in touch!

    xx Debbie

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  3. great post!let’s follow each other on gfc&bloglovin?
    flw me and tell where u’ve followed me!

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