Simon Doonan is the creative ambassador for Barneys New York and the author of several books, including Gay Men Don't Get Fat. He is a contributor to Slate.com.
Confessions of a Window Dresserby Simon Doonan
The buzz created by the hardcover of this "engaging, tart, saucy, and very frank memoir" (Liz Smith) ran from a first serial in W to an "Absolut Doonan" ad to Hollywood film rights. For twenty years Simon Doonan, the creator of the hottest window displays in the world at Barney's New York, has collaborated with the biggest names in fashion and the most notorious names in art. Whether he's making fun of blondes, sending up Sigmund Freud, or creating caricatures of celebrities, his work has been fearless and entertaining kitsch. Confessions of a Window Dresser illustrates his work in glorious full-color photographs and wickedly witty commentary on the trends and people of the fashion and entertainment world. Here's a dazzling gift of glamour, laughter, and fashion history.
Author Biography: Simon Doonan, creative director and window display creator of Barney's New York, has appeared numerous times on television, radio, and in the press, and writes the "Simon Says" column in the New York Observer.
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- 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 1.00(d)
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