The online version of a major newspaper contains a review of a memoir written by a woman who was an editor, and who mixed in with a lot of celebrities. The review summarizes some of the memoir. The writer was the daughter of rich American parents who lived in London. She had affairs with celebritie such as Donald Sutherland and California governor Jerry Brown. She edited the Paris Vogue. The reviewer was generally positive about the book.
- The author Joan Juliet Buck has extensive history and experience in modeling, fashion, and photography.
- She describes the fact that our concept of beauty is one that has been fabricated by the various industries.
- Her memoir follows her life in the industry of fashion and beauty, but it also has some interesting love plots to follow as well.
“Sprinkled throughout are some pretty fantastic love affairs and plenty of gossip.”