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If you’re anything like me, you find an author you love and immediately exhaust their entire library. First stop: Lauren Weisberger heaven!
Rejoin the story ten years later with ‘Revenge Wears Prada: the Devil Returns’ (2013). All caught up? Stay in NYC with ‘Everyone Worth Knowing’ (2005) and ‘Chasing Harry Winston’ (2008) or travel cross-country for glamour and cocktails in Los Angeles-set, ‘Last Night at Chateau Marmont’ (2010).
But if you think you’ve exhausted every city-and-style book like ‘The Devil Wears Prada’? Think again.
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Don’t you get it? Nobody cares what your name is, Kansas. You’ll either fade into oblivion or find some way to earn your keep.
Landon can’t wait to start her internship with Selah Smith, prestigious party planner to Los Angeles’ rich and famous. And nope, it’s not the dream world she’s imagining!
Got a little bit of lifestyle envy? Being the former party planner and lifestyle queen that she is, the author has thrown us a lifeline.
Rachel Hollis has set down six impressive-looking but very simple cocktail recipes you can easily mix at your home bar (ahem, Ikea kitchen table). So, anyone for a kiwi mai tai?
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Before me sits the full range of Upper East Side diversity – half of the women are dressed in Chanel suits and Manolo Blahniks, half… looking as if they might be asked to pitch an Aqua Scutum tent at any moment.
Manhattan’s Park Avenue – enviable address, eccentric residents. For a college girl who takes up a nanny position because she just needs the work, it’s a new world with its own rules. Before long, she’s dealing with regular kid-watching duties plus the tougher job of keeping the family’s secrets firmly compartmentalised.
Former nannies, McLaughlin and Kraus, who have perfected the fine art of shared writing duties, throw plenty of outrageous requests at their unfortunate heroine along the way. Almost all will make you cringe, but some will really make you laugh, too.
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From an early age, Nico had been one of those people who exude an air of importance that causes other people to wonder who they are…
A film studio president, fashion designer and high-flying magazine editor try to keep their personal lives afloat with corporate battles. Throw in an unbreakable set of society rules and it soon becomes clear that their upper echelon positions are actually very precarious.
The Observer’s Stephanie Merritt asks whether the book’s ‘bleaker’ tone comes at the expense of Candace Bushnell’s trademark wit.
Well, maybe, but I actually loved the shift in tone.
These women face serious challenges, so that extra edge makes complete sense – and besides, if we want another ‘Sex and the City’, there are already so many options.
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To anyone who didn’t know her, and many who did, she appeared to be in total control…
In her 91st novel, the titan of women’s fiction takes on California’s tech industry.
We’re introduced to CEO Fiona, completely in control of her work life and beloved by her near-adult kids. And then we meet Ashley and Liz, respectively the long-term mistress and wife of Marshall, who each lead totally different lives.
For all the ‘can’t bear to look’ moments and outrageous requests, Andrea’s battle of wills with Miranda and the fashion world in general isn’t exactly a barrel of laughs.
If you’d prefer your next Prada in a lighter shade, you’ll love this one.
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Under his jacket (Barbour) he wore a cashmere sweater (brand uncertain, but definitely expensive)…
Natalie is next-in-line to a department store empire. She knows, lives, and breathes luxury, which is unfortunate, given that the store is fast running into debt.
In other news, her personal life is becoming equally turbulent – just as a standoffish executive is brought in to fix the company…
Will there be a twist in the story? Actually, yes – and not just the pre-agreed romantic ones.
‘Prada and Prejudice’ throws a few extras into this Austen remix, and while it stays firmly in the bubbly category, those little changes make it a real page-turner.
After reading chapter after chapter of Pucci while wearing cosy socks and an old jumper, it’s an occupational hazard. I usually feel a little bit envious of all the beautiful things… but mostly relieved that I don’t have to live up to horrifyingly tall standards every day.
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