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“Reading Karbo is like listening to a dear friend talk about the legendary designer over brunch.”―Los Angeles Times
“We’re in a period of Coco-worship, with a number of new books and films about her. But before you overdose, check out ‘The Gospel’ for useful insights into some of the strategies and traits that made Ms. Chanel a mogul. . . . [T]he humorous commentary makes it all worthwhile.”―Wall Street Journal
“This is a book for fashionistas everywhere; those who love to read about the fashion legacy that continues to inspire women all over the world.”―Creators.com
“Anyone with a good sense of humor should hugely enjoy, or should I say enjoie, Karen Karbo’s funny and stylish take on Coco Chanel. Like a little black dress, this handy life guide will take you from day into evening. K.K. on C.C.: oui, oui!”
―Henry Alford, author of How to Live
“Wise, witty, and refreshingly colloquial, The Gospel According to Coco Chanel is an enchanting tour through the complex, often controversial life of fashion icon Chanel. Filled with relevant life lessons for the modern woman, this book is Karbo at her irrepressible best.”―Hilary Black, editor of The Secret Currency of Love
“No writer has a better understanding of what it means to be Chanel and what it means to be a woman who admires Chanel than Karen Karbo, author of the short and addictive The Gospel According to Coco Chanel.” ―HeadButler.com
Bought this as a gift for my teenage niece. She loves it.Published 9 days ago by Jacqueline Whiteley
Although I am not a fashionista, I enjoyed this book because of the lessons I learned as a female entrepreneur. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sedona North
If you want a book on how to be a bad ass in general then this is the book for you! Plus stories and anecdotes galore.Published 1 month ago by Anne Blackwood
It is a good book to know about mademoiselle and her storyPublished 2 months ago by Maricruz Valenzuela González
I once read that if you want to be successful in life, follow the example of successful people. I love Coco Chanel, her philosophy, her life, her determination and her art.Published 4 months ago by Ragtime Gal
Easy summer read. Interesting and some useful information but not life changing.Published 5 months ago by cjk