'I work in fashion.' I like the way that sounds. Glamorous. No point revealing I make herbal tea for skeletal models and scoop up dog poo.'
The author of the hit online Daily Mail column confesses the truth about life in the fashion lane - the glamour of watching Kate Moss dance barefoot and the weird reality of diving into street bins to find a missing £400,000 necklace - and reveals how to survive heartbreak and stay sane in a world where all around you are losing their Manolo Blahnik-obsessed minds.
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About the Author
Angela Clarke spent a decade working in the Fashion Industry calling everyone darling, before becoming a writer. Her first book Confessions of a Fashionista, published by Virgin, is a humorous memoir of her journey into the upper echelons of fashion.
She has written for the Guardian, the Independent, Cosmopolitan, and the Vagenda, and appeared on BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. She is currently working on a novel and a screenplay.
She still calls everyone darling.