Style by book

Style by book
Innovation

Slate Magazine reviews the option of style by paperback. Taking the task in hand, Dahlia Lithwick says: 'The central problem with books about dressing yourself,...

Guy Brighton
  • 5 april 2006

Slate Magazine reviews the option of style by paperback. Taking the task in hand, Dahlia Lithwick says: ‘The central problem with books about dressing yourself, I quickly discerned, is that they are written by people who already know far too much. They have long since absorbed the rules of shape and fabric and heel height and have gone on to become the sort of people who wear jaunty hats and chunky belts and violet shoes.’ No more to be said from PFSK.

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