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.
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.