The secret diary of vogue editor in chief alexandra shulman and the real story behind the bbc tv absolutely fashion documentary one of the great social diaries of our time should become a classic. The editor of british vogue writes surprisingly frankly about models and the quixotic world of fashion as well as her own sacrifices and has produced a funny pacy book. Shulman offers insight into her personal life and how the everyday tasks of broken boilers bin deliveries and sleeplessness prove just as distracting as professional stresses inside vogue is the third book from shulman whose debut novel can we still be friends was published in 2012 followed by 2015s the parrots . Alexandra shulmans witty and wonderful diary of putting together the excellent centenary issue of british vogue was well worth the wait i loved it from start to finish shulman expertly wove personal vignettes into the story of vogue and shared her take on famous faces without descending into gossip or putting anyone down. Alexandra shulman is the editor of british vogue and this book is a diary of her life and work during the magazines centenary year the novel follows her launching an exhibition the vogue festival secretly getting the duchess of cambridge on the 100th cover and being filmed for a bbc documentary
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