‘A Devil Wears Prada for the red carpet generation’ – Glamour
‘Rosie Nixon’s comic take on Hollywood and fashion is a gem’ – Stylist
‘Absolutely riveting, and so true!’ – Joan Collins
‘This is a must read for Devil Wears Prada and Shopaholic fans!’ – Adele Parks
‘A brilliant and funny insight into the circus of show business and fashion by an author who’s seen it all herself. Loved it!’
- Martine McCutcheon
‘Funny, showy, but also poignant, this is a fashionista’s dream book’ – The Sun
‘Acerbic, glamorous fun’ – Daily Mirror
'A stylish, fun read, I absolutely loved it!' – Jackie Collins
'Captivating, glamorous and laugh-out-loud funny!' – Giovanna Fletcher
‘This riotous romp is a thrilling and fun ride’ – HeatVom Verlag:
'This is a must read for Devil Wears Prada and Shopaholic fans!’
‘Captivating, glamorous and laugh-out-loud funny’
A fast-paced, fun-packed rummage through the ultimate dressing up box, THE STYLIST is perfect for fans of Lindsey Kelk and Sophie Kinsella.
Amber Green loves her job at Smith’s, the exclusive London boutique frequented by the rich, the famous and the stylish – and with stylist to the stars Mona Armstrong as a customer, there is never a dull moment.
With the Oscars approaching and yet another assistant walking out on her, Mona needs help, and she needs it fast. Before she has time to say Rodeo Drive, Amber finds herself agreeing to get on a plane to LA as she is expected to work with the increasingly volatile stylist and dress some of Hollywood’s hottest (and craziest) starlets. Awards season turns her life upside down as designer gowns, and dazzling jewels are matched to a steady stream of A-list stars and are paraded on red carpets at the year’s most glittering events. Meanwhile Mona is unravelling faster than a hemline…
And as Amber starts to enjoy rummaging through the ultimate dressing-up box, she finds herself in the limelight as she catches the attention of two very different suitors. How will she keep her head? Which man will she choose? And most importantly, what will everyone wear?
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