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Madsen, biographer also of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, solidly parses her beginnings (brothel life as a child; boutique supported by lovers money; early alliances with powerful benefactors) and thoroughly studies the years she spent in considerable decline. Bottom line: This is a fair assessment of Chanel s life with plenty of details about people, places and gossip to keep it interesting. Ugly Beauty, Ruth Brandon This is a fantastic account of the scandalous history behind L Oreal, the world s largest beauty company controlled by the recently embattled billionaire Lilian Bettencourt. As you may recall, the modern cosmetics industry was significantly impacted by a Polish Jew and a Frenchman with Nazi ties: Helena Rubinstein and Eugene Schueller, respectively. This book tells how they each founded a skincare business, succeeded beyond their dreams and then fought to preserve their empires. 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(See also: Colette: Secrets Of The Flesh and Isak Dinesen: The Life Of A Storyteller) Yves Saint Laurent was friends then competitors with Karl Lagerfeld. The End Of Fashion, Teri Agins Like Thomas, Agins, a senior reporter at The Wall Street Journal, puts her reporting chops to good use in this tome on fashion s demise. But while Deluxe focuses on luxury at large, Agins hones her writing toward fashion itself, especially how pret a porter overtook couture as the driving force behind the design houses. Profiles of Emanuel Ungaro, Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Donna Karan and Zoran Ladicorbic starkly highlight just how different fashion was in the 80s than it is now. Agins also dissects how retailers like Marshall Field s and Gap struggle to stay relevant. A decade later, their outlook seems even more bleak. I reread it every year just for the thrill: It s laced with her famously fantastical pronouncements, namedropping and witticisms. Read the book assuming maybe half of it is true. That s part of the fun. This book shows how far he s come from rural North Carolina and the role his devout grandmother played in his life. It s also got great stories from the days when he worked with Diana Vreeland. It ll make you love him more and believe in your own potential. The Beautiful Fall, Alicia Drake This ultimately tragic book shows how addiction and mental illness accompanied the genius bestowed upon Yves Saint Laurent. The glamour and doom of his world in 1970s Paris is alluring nonetheless. The spine of the narrative is the friendship and then fierce animosity between two brilliantly talented designers: Saint Laurent and his German nemesis, Karl Lagerfeld. They had a lot in common. Both grew up as middle class boys desperate to get to Paris, both studied at a Paris trade school for couturiers, and both won international fashion competitions while still quite young. 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