Grace: A Memoir


Grace Coddington is a true one of a kind: from her signature flame-colored hair to her championing of non-cookie-cutter beauty, the Vogue creative director puts her distinctive fingerprint on everything she touches.



As a young makeup artist, I had the pleasure of working with her on a number of Vogue shoots, along with photographers like Bruce Weber and Patrick Demarchelier. I have such awesome memories of that time and learned so much about staying true to your style and vision.

Photographers gathered to celebrate Grace’s book: Thirty Years of Fashion at Vogue. From Left: Mario Testino, Sheila Metzner (lying down), Ellen von Unwerth, Steven Klein, Annie Leibovitz, Alex Chatelain, Herb Ritts (seated), Bruce Weber, Craig McDean (on wall), Arthur Elgort, Grace Coddington, David Bailey, Peter Lindberg.
Photo: Annie Leibovitz, 2002

So you can imagine how thrilled I was to receive a signed copy of her new book Grace: A Memoir. In it, she takes readers through her impressive fashion career and more, from her early days as a model to her current tenure at Vogue.




Beautiful, funny and so inspiring, this is one for the required reading list.



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