'Reprinted with an ironic twinkle.' Observer 'Charming and entertaining!The perfect gift for anyone who fancies themselves a cut above Trinny and Susannah's sartorial sniping.' Express Featured as one of the 'Books of 2003' in the Daily Mail, The Times and the Independent. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Madame Genevieve Antoine Dariaux spent most of her life in Paris, and now lives in the south of France. Even as a child she preferred to accompany her mother to the dressmaker's rather than go to the movies. Her talent for design and making costume jewelry led her to open her own fashion house, and her success eventually took her to Nina Ricci, where she was the directrice for many years.
Every young lady should read this, not because it is practical for today, (however most of the advice still works), but it gives you a platform to build a "classy" style... Read morePublished 1 month ago by ClassicShelly
Every woman should have this book! Timeless! The epitome of explaining what class and style are and why women should care about being elegant!Published 2 months ago by MsSJB
This is a wonderful book for anyone wishing to dress tastefully and with class. The 1960s rules are interesting and fun to read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by PS
This is a great little hardback book - second time I've bought it over the years. It's information - some will think it's a bit old fashioned in parts but on the whole, the advice... Read morePublished 5 months ago by AK
My Granddaughter liked it but said it was a bit old fashioned!!Published 6 months ago by Deanne Phillips