Like I Give A Frock: Fashion Forecasts And Meaningless Misguidance

Like I Give A Frock: Fashion Forecasts And Meaningless Misguidance

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Meet Michi. She's sometimes stylish and sometimes tragic, but she always knows best. She's sharp and funny. (And maybe just a tiny bit opinionated.) She's just a shopping queen, weather-watcher and quite possibly the best advice-giver you've ever met. Do you ever wonder when a baguette became a bag and and not just a piece of bread? (Fendi, 1998.) Or when it became acceptable to wear a tracksuit to the supermarket? (It didn't.) Fishnets at work? Evil sales assistants? The plague of the fat ankle? Michi has all the answers. And if you were thinking of buying a playsuit, just don't. Visit Michi Girl Online Facebook Twittershow more

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  • Hardback | 144 pages
  • 144.78 x 200.66 x 22.86mm | 362.87g
  • Penguin Books Australia
  • Viking Australia
  • Hawthorn, Australia
  • 0670072060
  • 9780670072064

About Chloe Quigley

Michi Girl is the brain child of authors Chloe Quigley and Daniel Pollock. Chloe and Daniel met in 2000 while freelancing at a Melbourne advertising agency where their shared interests (weather, fashion, and an overwhelming desire to work from the pool) came to life as Michi Girl, one of Australia's most loved online shopping guides. Chloe and Daniel now run their own highly successful creative agencies, Ortolan (Chloe) and Jane (Daniel).show more