DIANE VON FURSTENBERG AND THE TALE OF EMPRESS'S NEW CLOTHES BY CAMILLA MORTON : BOOK REVIEW

July 12, 2013

I've been eyeing this book for months and finally got a great deal on Barnes&Noble. There's nothing much to be reviewed but I'll try my best. First thing you'll realize when you get your hands on this book is the beautiful illustrations by DVF Studio that enrich every single pages; such a sight for the eyes. The mixing stories of the infamous Emperor's Clothes (for this time it's Empress's) and Diane's own journey is compelling, light and dreamy. I also love Camilla's writing and how she pulls the red-line between the two stories. This book is the kind of book you read with a cup of Earl Grey while enjoying the breeze of the day. It only took me 20 minutes or less to finish it, but it was a great read. Collectible.

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