Manolo Blahnik and the Tale of the Elves and the Shoemaker: A Fashion Fairy Tale Memoirby Camilla Morton, Manolo Blahnik (Illustrator)
Celebrated fashion designer ManoloBlahnik reimagines the classic “Elves and theShoemaker” fairytale, blending elements of his own life story into the fabricof the immortal “Once Upon a Time” favorite. As with Christian Lacroix and the Tale of Sleeping Beauty, and otherbooks in the Fashion Fairytale Series,/b>
Celebrated fashion designer ManoloBlahnik reimagines the classic “Elves and theShoemaker” fairytale, blending elements of his own life story into the fabricof the immortal “Once Upon a Time” favorite. As with Christian Lacroix and the Tale of Sleeping Beauty, and otherbooks in the Fashion Fairytale Series, ManoloBlahnik and the Tale of the Elves and the Shoemakeroffers a completely unique, never-before-seen twist on a fairytale classic.Breathtaking color illustrations by Blahnik and wordsby international bestselling author Camilla Morton embody the true magic at theheart of Manolo’s real-life fairytale, in anessential volume for fans of Camille Rose Garcia’s Alice’s Adventures inWonderland and Daniel Egnéus’s Little RedRiding Hood, for fashion devotees, and for anyone in love with coutureculture.
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Meet the Author
Camilla Morton is a London-based fashion writer and the author of the international bestseller How to Walk in High Heels, which has been translated into twenty languages worldwide. She was the runway reporter for U.K. Vogue.com, covering all international and couture collections. Morton has collaborated with several designers and written for magazines, newspapers and blogs, including Time magazine's "Style and Design," SHOWStudio, the Wall Street Journal's "Off Duty" section, and Harper's Bazaar in both the U.S. and the U.K. This is her fifth book.
Diane von FUrstenberg arrived in New York in 1970 with a suitcase full of her iconic wrap dresses and changed the way women dressed. DVF has pioneered fashion and business, built and sold a cosmetics company and founded a publishing house, and she supports many philanthropic causes—especially for women and the environment. DVF returned from a hiatus to fashion in 1997, relaunching the signature wrap to international acclaim. In 2005 the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) awarded her a Lifetime Achievement Award, and the following year named her as the Council President.
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