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Eccentric Glamour: Creating an Insanely More Fabulous You

by Simon Doonan

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Ha! Funny fellow. Simon Doonan makes me laugh out loud and realize my gay fashionable male friends live WAY too far away. ( )
  Micalhut | Aug 20, 2013 |
Kinda fun, kinda odd. Mostly a humorous read. The parts about being yourself and embracing your quirks were good. For the most part as far as fashion goes, it was a little unreasonable and over the top for the average person. ( )
  amandajoy30 | Apr 22, 2012 |
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This text is intended as an antidote to the epidemic of slutty dressing and porno-chic which has taken over since the arrival of Paris Hilton and Tara Reid. Simon Doonan offers a tongue-in-cheek guide to personal style for good-humoured, non-conformist women everywhere.… (more)

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