Fashion in fiction, from Sherlock Holmes’ deerstalker to Patrick Bateman’s designer name-dropping

//Fashion in fiction, from Sherlock Holmes’ deerstalker to Patrick Bateman’s designer name-dropping

Fashion in fiction, from Sherlock Holmes’ deerstalker to Patrick Bateman’s designer name-dropping

“I might not particularly love fashion, but I’d sure rather do something ‘fun’ all day long than get sucked into a more boring job.”So says Andrea Sachs, heroine of Lauren Weisberger’s hit novel The Devil Wears Prada. Inspired by Weisberger’s real-life experiences as personal assistant to American Vogueeditor, Anna Wintour, Andrea begins working at glossy, Vogue-alike Runway magazine while preparing for her proper career, at The New Yorker.Both Weisberger’s 2003 novel and the subsequent movie…

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