Gray haired and well groomed, she appears to be the stereotypical well-to-do matron.
Simon Doonan has recognized a great truth: Wacky Chicks, those brave one-of-a-kind babes who do their own thing in their own way, are very cool.
This book has become my ULTIMATE bible, a precious life instrument- so good, I read it twice in a row when I received it!!
This book profiles some fabulously eccentric ladies, including the author's own Mum & Granny. Great stories, fashion tips and lots of fun. I am proud to be a Wacky Chick!Published 6 months ago by Dari T.
Amazing, made me want to look up all the wacky chicks mentioned and make them my new sheroes! Made me want to get out there and do my own happy wacky things that I want to do! Read morePublished 9 months ago by H. M. Bagnall
I want to be best friends with half of these fascinating kooky broads, along with Doonan. The excellent writing is sharp, warm, hilarious and inspirational. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Frances M. Budynek
I have started admiring Simon since the publication of his window dressing in W magazine.
I believe it was for Absolute Vodka. He used mannequins and I love him.
Simon Doonan has found the quintessential "wacky chicks" of our world and written lively portraits of each of these highly individualistic women. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Ralph
I love his books and have devoured every one of them I could find for Kindle. He's so funny and his observations on so many things are absolutely spot-on.Published 19 months ago by C. Gardiner
This book is just average at best. Pictures of the women interviewed would have helped and often the writers style is just silly and over done. I had high hopes for this book. Read morePublished on March 8, 2012 by Cupcake
This sounds like hyperbole but this book changed my life. It made me feel like I have the right to "own" my quirks and and even like myself for them instead of trying to hide them. Read morePublished on February 5, 2010 by Sizzalean
This author's verbal audacity is a thrill to read for those of us who love words and great writing. He can turn the simplest descriptive sentence into a "bon mot" one could "dine... Read morePublished on May 5, 2008 by C. Farley