Anyone can be a Cheap Date Girl, because it starts with an attitude it s not about slavishly following any one fashion trend. Kira Jolliffe and Bay Garnett will explain the differences between fashion which is fleeting and ever-changing and style, which is fast-moving but timeless. They will show you how to adapt as much or as little of their advice as is necessary to show off your own personal style. It s not about how much money you spend, in fact Bay is determined to show you that thrifting is the best way to bespoke individuality. It s not about creating a uniform look, because it s up to you to decide which of their tips les petit soins, designer handbags, the way to wear a mac/headscarf/belt are going to become part of your look. This is a book to dip in and out of, to learn from, and to treasure. It s a repository of great information, gorgeous inspiration, and genius innovation, from two exceptional young women on a mission to fashion your style future!
Kira's varied career includes bouts as a semi-professional poker player, fashion stylist, costume stylist, journalist, clothes obsessive and radio pundit before she founded Cheap Date magazine in 1997, which she has edited and published ever since. Bay, an Art History graduate, worked at the Guggenheim in Venice and the Gagosian in New York, before becoming co-editor/publisher of Cheap Date magazine. She has been Style Director for designer Matthew Williamson since 2000, and Contributing Editor to British Vogue since 2002 and continues to work as a freelance fashion stylist.