How to Walk in High Heels: The Girl's Guide to Everything
By Camilla Morton
The perfect cocktail of Swiss Finishing School and DIY manual blended by a girl who knows how to use a screwdriver AND keep her seams straight.
From appreciating wine to understanding modern art, placing a bet to playing poker, wearing a hat to finding the mains, HOW TO WALK IN HIGH HEELS helps you navigate life's challenges with style.
Camilla Morton has been ably assisted by a host of experts including Manolo Blahnik, who tells you How to Pick a Shoe, Gisele, who explains How to Look Good in a Photo and Anya Hindmarch, who reveals How to Pack a Suitcase.
Funny and informative, filled with great quotes and fascinating facts, this will transform your approach to everything from getting dressed to hanging wallpaper. Turn your exasperated aaaaarrrrghs into confident ahhhhs!
Camilla Morton was attending fashion shows long before she was invited. She studied fashion at St Martins and spent her final year working at Vogue. She then moved to Paris to polish her look rahter than her French and worked for John Galliano at Christian Dior. She now lives in London and has written about fashion for The Times, the Telegraph Magazine, Harpers Bazaar and TIME, and is a contributing editor to Harpers and Queen.
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13 Jul 2006
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Hodder & Stoughton
Just what every modern girl needs. — Glamour
'This is the essential reference book any self-respecting aspiring socialite needs.' — Guardian
'Not only genuinely useful, but leaves you on a high, lifted by her breezy wit and addictively efferevescent attitude.' — Mail on Sunday
'Packed with handy hints on almost every aspect of contemporary life.' — Independent, Books of the Year
'Thoroughly modern...genuinely useful.' — The Times, Books of the Year
'From playing poker to climbing out of a car in a mini skirt, from tackling lobster to changing a tyre, it's the most fabulous instruction manual the world has ever seen, all told in Camilla's inimitable straight-talking, hilariously funny style.' — Vogue.com