I just started reading The Vogue Factor written by the former editor at large of Vogue Australia and Vogue Singapore: Kirstie Clements. Clements gives her readers an inside glimpse of the fashion world throughout the eighties and nineties. She gives her take on controversial issues like model's extremely waif figures, and sharing personal anecdotes of location shoots all over the world and her experience in high fashion events like Paris fashion week or meeting the legendary Estee Lauder.
The Aussie fashionista also writes about her entire Vogue career: she started as a mere front desk receptionist, and narrates how she moved up the Vogue ladder..
Above you can see the fabulous Kirstie Clements and her book.
What are your favorite fashion books? I love reading about successful and industry savvy women. What do you think?
Thank you for reading!
PS: I am so happy to say the post I wrote on "I want to Be a Coppola" was linked by The Guardian's website. Click here if you want to take a look at it! :)