SUMMARY » Clothes and other things that matter: THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER A beguiling and revealing memoir from the former Editor of British Vogue

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Clothes and other things that matter THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER A beguiling and revealing memoir from the former Editor of British VogueSider what their own clothes mean to them the life they live in them and the stories they tell Clothes is the perfect isolation read clever emotionally intelligent revelling in style without making us yearn to shop Hannah BettsThe Times Self deprecating and stylish this is sure to become a classic Vanity Fair A life beyond Moss mwahs and Manolo Blahniks by the fashionista that really knows a wry and candid part memoir part fashion history part social commentary Mail on Sunday Chosen as book of the week by the Observer It might just be the perfect lockdown pick me up Shulman can craft a good story and has an eye for great pictures it will make perfect lockdown reading an opportunity to shut out the real world and meander through the Arcadian years of fashion The Sunday Times She has written about her clothes and given us some scintillating reading hugely engaging memoir Emily Bearn The Spectator I really loved this book its warm thought provoking and honest In the end I had to ration myself because I didnt want to finish In these frankly strange times it was wonderful and comforting Victoria Hislop I loved this book Its great company and a Corona comfort She has made me feel so much better about owning too many clothes Instead of doing a ruthless edit I find myself curating my own private exhibition inside my wardrobe hang not just clothes not just stories but my own autobiography Helena Bonham Carter From the hat that went to a Royal wedding to a life changing bathrobe Alexandra Shulman tells her life story in clothes in her hotly anticipated memoir You magazine Such a great read so open and honest and funny I devoured it in one sitting Kirsty Wark Chosen by Evening Standard as one of the books to look forward to in Chosen by Stylist as one of s best non fiction books In Clothes and other things that matter Alexandra Shulman delves into her own life to look at the emotions ambitions expectations and meanings behind the way we dress From the bra to the bikini the trench coat to trainers she explores their meaning in womens lives and how our wardrobes intersect with the larger world the career ladder motherhood romance sexual identity ambition failure body image and celebrity By turns funny refreshingly self deprecating and often very moving this startlingly honest memoir from the ex Editor of British Vogue will encourage women of all ages to consider what their own clothes mean to them the l. I found myself reading this book by accident and I cannot explain the I found myself doing so Having established that the author was the former editor of Vogue I thought that I would have nothing in common with her and uickly tire of the text of this bookIt is perhaps unfair on Alexandra Shulman that the last book I had read was M Train by Patti Smith but it emerged that Alexandra Shulman also shares my love of Patti Smith Svetlana Alexievich and wearing blackAlexandra Shulman may not be in the same league as these two authors but as she was once advised no matter how few words you were writing they had to tell a story and not just dull facts This book certainly does so and had some interesting things to say along the way I would recommend it to anyone interested in this subject

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SUMMARY » Clothes... and other things that matter: THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER A beguiling and revealing memoir from the former Editor of British Vogue ☆ ❄ [KINDLE] ✽ Clothes... and other things that matter: THE SUNDIfe they live in them and the stories they tell Clothes is the perfect isolation read clever emotionally intelligent revelling in style without making us yearn to shop Hannah BettsThe Times Self deprecating and stylish this is sure to become a classic Vanity Fair A life beyond Moss mwahs and Manolo Blahniks by the fashionista that really knows a wry and candid part memoir part fashion history part social commentary Mail on Sunday Chosen as book of the week by the Observer It might just be the perfect lockdown pick me up Shulman can craft a good story and has an eye for great pictures it will make perfect lockdown reading an opportunity to shut out the real world and meander through the Arcadian years of fashion The Sunday Times She has written about her clothes and given us some scintillating reading hugely engaging memoir Emily Bearn The Spectator I really loved this book its warm thought provoking and honest In the end I had to ration myself because I didnt want to finish In these frankly strange times it was wonderful and comforting Victoria Hislop I loved this book Its great company and a Corona comfort She has made me feel so much better about owning too many clothes Instead of doing a ruthless edit I find myself curating my own private exhibition inside my wardrobe hang not just clothes not just stories but my own autobiography Helena Bonham Carter From the hat that went to a Royal wedding to a life changing bathrobe Alexandra Shulman tells her life story in clothes in her hotly anticipated memoir You magazine Such a great read so open and honest and funny I devoured it in one sitting Kirsty Wark Chosen by Evening Standard as one of the books to look forward to in Chosen by Stylist as one of s best non fiction books In Clothes and other things that matter Alexandra Shulman delves into her own life to look at the emotions ambitions expectations and meanings behind the way we dress From the bra to the bikini the trench coat to trainers she explores their meaning in womens lives and how our wardrobes intersect with the larger world the career ladder motherhood romance sexual identity ambition failure body image and celebrity By turns funny refreshingly self deprecating and often very moving this startlingly honest memoir from the ex Editor of British Vogue will encourage women of all ages to consider what their own clothes mean to them the life they live in them and the stories they tell. Poorly written by a charmless unlikable narrator Enjoy the liberal left wing politics too We had metoo Brexit the EU and gender neutral raised within the first two chapters Tiresome Can’t people in the media just stop with the politics