Classy : Exceptional Advice for the Extremely Modern Lady

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If you've ever wondered how to climb the social ladder with grace, how to feel confident in every situation, or even how to make a lasting impression (but not the kind that lands you on the latest "Worst Dressed List") - Derek Blasberg is here, with quotes and secrets from all the socialites so girls everywhere can learn how to have class. This hilarious handbook will provide everything you need to know about fashion, socialising, dating, and etiquette. With tons of practical tips and tools for learning to flaunt what you've got, dozens of specific how-tos, common no-nos, and huge blunders that even smart girls make, this tongue-in-cheek book will train you to be a lady, and not a tramp!show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 142.24 x 208.28 x 22.86mm | 340.19g
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • 1595142797
  • 9781595142795
  • 37,433

About Derek Blasberg

Derek Blasberg is a fashion features editor at "10 Magazine," has a column in "Russian Vogue," and is a frequent contributor to the "London Sunday Times," "Details," "Women's Wear Daily," "Another Magazine," "Japanese Vogue," "Teen Vogue," and "Bergdorf Goodman Magazine." He lives in New York more

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Blasberg's compiled everything he's learned from Hollywood, fashion, and high society in Classy, a guide to becoming a true lady ELLE Fashion writer...Derek Blasberg has taken note of both good and bad behavior while hanging with a high-profile set New York Magazine What's a gal to do in this age of tacky pseudo-celebrity? Enter...Blasberg, whose new book...may just be the saving grace Teen Vogue Dispenses advice on everything from table manners to tattoos in cheeky essays...A thoroughly modern guide to living like a lady VanityFair.comshow more

Customer reviews

It's okay. Nothing to rave about. However, Blasberg does a good job adding a pinch of humor into his writing. Some parts were a little too dense for me. A so-so more
by Stephanie