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by Didier Malige,Sally Singer,Michael Roberts,Grace Coddington

ePub The Catwalk Cats download
Author:
Didier Malige,Sally Singer,Michael Roberts,Grace Coddington
ISBN13:
978-3865213440
ISBN:
3865213448
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Publisher:
Edition 7L; 1St Edition edition (December 1, 2006)
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Subcategory:
Photography & Video
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1636 kb
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1981 kb
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4.4
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Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have written a wonderful book that is both entertaining and moving

Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have written a wonderful book that is both entertaining and moving. While all pet owners imagine the "secret" adventures of their pets, Ms. Coddington and Mr. Malige have created an enchanting version of urban cat life - with charming parallels to their city-dwelling owners. More importantly, this book is a moving tribute to the real importance of companion animals in our lives, to their ability to transform our perspective with their (feline) mystery and inscrutable kitty intelligence.

Coddington, Grace (drawings & dialogue); Malige, Didier (photographs) (2006). Roberts, Michael; Coddington, Grace (foreword by) (2018). GingerNutz Takes Paris: An Orangutan Conquers Fashion. New York: Distributed Art Publishers. Coddington, Grace; Roberts, Michael (with) (2012). New York: Random House. ISBN 978-0-307-36276-6.

Malige has been living with his partner, Grace Coddington, the Creative Director of US Vogue, and their collection of cats for over 25 years. In 2006, they released a book ‘The Catwalk Cats’ in which Malige had taken photographs of his home life and their cats whilst Coddington wrote and illustrated how she perceived the cats' personalities to b.

The Catwalk Cats book. For more than 20 years, the fashion powerhouses Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have lived together with a menagerie of incorrigible cats. This delightful, giftworthy book records their relationship through photographs (Malige's) and drawings (Coddington's) that document the couple's highly entertaining private and work lives through the eyes of their feline friends.

This delightful, giftworthy book records their relationship through photographs (Malige's) and drawings (Codding.

LibraryThing members' description. Library descriptions. For over 20 years, Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have lived together with their family of cats while working in fashion

LibraryThing members' description. For over 20 years, Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have lived together with their family of cats while working in fashion. This book records their relationship through photographs and drawings that document their private lives and their work through the eyes of their cats.

Grace Coddington, Phyllis Posnick, and Michael Roberts. Photo: Alexandra Arnold and Robert Feliciano. But for Coddington, it was all about the City of Light. Paris lent itself to the story of an orangutan very well. It offered such a sense of place and sense of fashion and there was much more fun with characters.

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Grace Coddington & Didier Malige: The Catwalk Cats.

Grace A Memoir Grace Coddington hardcover book 2012 excellent condition vogue . signed by Grace Coddington and Michael Roberts. Grace Coddington & Didier Malige: The Catwalk Cats by Grace Coddington INSCRIBED.

For more than 20 years, the fashion powerhouses Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have lived together with a menagerie of incorrigible cats. This delightful, giftworthy book records their relationship through photographs (Malige's) and drawings (Coddington's) that document the couple's highly entertaining private and work lives through the eyes of their feline friends. These include Henri, an old-school, catnip-addicted, surfing chartreuse; his sister Coco, a couture-obsessed chartreuse on a sashimi diet; and her pal Baby, who doesn't quite share Coco's discipline, and will, sadly, never fit into a sample size. Then there's Puff, a mixed-up long-hair from Harlem whose curiosity--anyone for fortune-telling at Dave?--hasn't killed him yet; and finally Bart, the Persian youngster who would rather sit on the rooftop terrace than in the front row. The Catwalk Cats, a visual diary introduced by the irrepressible Puff, gives us a window into four madcap seasons in the life of this fabulous furry brigade, with sections devoted to the Collections, the Campaigns, and, of course, the Catfights. At once delightful and dishy, it is both a convincing argument for the fundamental similarities between felines and fashionistas and a moving meditation on love and life as a family.
  • Keenly observed cats -very much of a jaded cat's-eye view of the world of fashion and the world at large.
    If you've ever wondered what your cat's up to when you're not around -- if it's not sleeping or eating -- chances are if you have this book, it's pawing the pages . . . Purring.

  • Coddington and Malige would be up to their ears in catnip offerings. The authors have donated large sums to cat rescue (and convinced others to do the same). The illustrations are zany, artful fantasies that will make you laugh while the photos capture those deep cat feelings that make us fall in love with our pets over and over again. The text is sheer delight--& I promise you that you'll give it more than one read. You couldn't choose a better gift for yourself or anyone who knows what it's like to live with a little cat hair on their clothes, in their food--and wouldn't have it any other way!

  • If you're a fan of Grace and Didier then of course you'll appreciate this book. You probably wouldn't be here if you weren't, though.

  • It's just a great book! The drawings in notebooks from different hotels give incredible personal touch from Grace C. Seriously, it's warm and sweet, but funny... It makes you think that you're poking around her stuff. BUY IT!

  • This is the just the most darling book. I am not necessarily a cat lover, but I do love Grace Coddington's artistry and sense of style. I have given this book to friends who are cat lovers and they treasure it. My daughter is crazy about it, and I love reading it again and again with her. Highly recommended.

  • Bought the book; read it; photos are good but the rambling about European vacations got old real fast. Drawings are entertaining at first but then get kind of old. Now I'm trying to figure out what to do with the book I will not read again.

  • Grace Coddington and Didier Malige have written a wonderful book that is both entertaining and moving. While all pet owners imagine the "secret" adventures of their pets, Ms. Coddington and Mr. Malige have created an enchanting version of urban cat life - with charming parallels to their city-dwelling owners. More importantly, this book is a moving tribute to the real importance of companion animals in our lives, to their ability to transform our perspective with their (feline) mystery and inscrutable kitty intelligence. This book is a must-read for any cat lover! - Karen Leslie, Executive Director, The Pet Fund