The fascinating and gossipy diary of Vogue's centenary year from its hugely influential Editor-in-chief.
Alexandra Shulman has edited British Vogue since 1992. She is a contributor to The Times, Daily Mail, Guardian and Daily Telegraph and lives in London. She is the author of two novels, also published by Fig Tree/Penguin, The Parrots and Can We Still Be Friends.
One of the great social diaries of our time . . . should
become a classic. * Sunday Times *
Eye-popping, brilliantly candid. * Evening Standard *
Shulman is particularly good on insightful character sketches . . . she is also happy to reveal occasional flashes of her own character and insecurities. * Sunday Express *
Completely compelling . . . fascinating . . . refreshingly unfiltered . . . reminds you what a good writer she is. * GQ *
[Shulman] writes surprisingly frankly . . . a funny, pacy book. -- Hadley Freeman * Guardian *
Candid, introspective, generous and witty -- Nicky Haslam * Spectator *
A delicious surprise of a book . . . [Shulman is] a first rate diarist * Mail on Sunday *
A witty corrective to the BBC's rather flaccid documentary . . . Shulman's skill for casual self-deprecation and the unfiltered wry aside offer a far more nuanced insight into the mammoth task of managing brand Vogue. * Financial Times, 'Best Books of 2016' *