The story of a magazine (1980-2004) that, in its heyday, had its sticky little fingers on the pulse of youth culture, and is stapled to the walls of the Hall of Fame.
Although not the first book on Galliano, this is certainly the most substantial to date.
Expensive underpants; Brooke Shields’ jeans; haute couture photographed by Irving Penn, Patrick Demarchelier, Richard Avedon etc…
The former editor-in-chief of Paris Vogue – the first American editor, who doubled its circulation – on life in the vanity fair of the international magazine industry.
A stirring account of the author’s childhood and energetic youth.