“When clothes are in the hands of the masters, it doesn’t matter if they are not to your personal taste; whether or not you would actually wear them is irrelevant. The importance of a great collection was that it challenged your thinking, that it combined historical and contemporary references and stirred the imagination.” – Kirstie Clements, Tongue In Chic
Diving into a new book is always exciting, especially when it’s written by someone as iconic in the Australian fashion industry as Kirstie Clements. After reading her first book “The Vogue Factor” I was interested to get into her new novel “Tongue In Chic” which is based around the fictitious Chic magazine with secrets behind the world of glossy fashion magazines, revealed by the ultimate insider.
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