Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington – review

By Stacy Gregg In Books

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17th January, 2013
If you saw the fashion documentary The September Issue, you will remember the way flame-haired creative director Grace Coddington stomped through the hallways of US Vogue, trying to evade the cameras, desperate as Marlene Dietrich to be left alone. It was only at the insistence of her editor-in-chief, Anna “The Devil Wears Prada” Wintour, that Coddington was forced to allow the cameramen access to her private world. “My reaction to this intrusive idea was naturally one of horror, because my feeling has always been that people should concentrate on their jobs and not all ...

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