In My Shoes: 'Pure Danielle Steel, with added MBA. Wonderfully bling' Sunday Times (Paperback)Tamara Mellon (author)
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In My Shoes by Tamara Mellon, tells the Jimmy Choo founder's jaw-dropping account of her life in the fashion business.
'Wonderfully bling' Sunday Times
'Part memoir, part MBA masterclass... an impressively erudite and candid autobiography' Glamour
'From her troubled childhood and her time as a young editor, to her partnership with Jimmy Choo and her very public relationships, Mellon offers a gripping account of the episodes that have made her. A book Jackie Collins would be proud of, with the added bonus that it is all true. A voyeuristic joy from start to finish' Harpers Bazaar
'Brilliant' Mail on Sunday
'Pure Danielle Steel, with added MBA, that jets from Vogue shoots in Nepal and dates with Christian Slater, to trade fairs, boardroom takeovers and a family showdown over missing millions. Perfect for grown-up fashionistas and wannabe entrepreneurs' Sunday Times
'A juicy and honest memoir from one of the most successful and self-made British businesswomen of her generation' Financial Times
Tamara Mellon, OBE, is Founder and Creative Director of Tamara Mellon, a luxury lifestyle brand. She is the cofounder and the former CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Jimmy Choo, which she led for fifteen years until selling her share of the company. She divides her time between London and New York.
William Patrick has co-written numerous memoirs, including Sidney Poitier's number-one bestseller The Measure of a Man.
Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
Number of pages: 304
Weight: 262 g
Dimensions: 199 x 133 x 19 mm
Brilliant memoir of the genius who created the world's sexiest shoes * Mail on Sunday *
A glorious, compelling story. Mellon is a practitioner of radical honesty * Times Magazine *
Compelling. A fascinating journey * Hello! *
A roller-coaster of a read ... fascinating * Management Today *
It's a testament to Tamara's fighting spirit, and astonishing ability to retain a sense of humour, that the book reads more like an epic adventure than a maudlin Greek tragedy * Red *
The tell-all memoir takes us behind the glitzy ad campaigns and Vogue spreads...[and] chronicles how Mellon fought to keep hold of the brand she created * Metro *