The Goddess Guide

by Gisele Scanlon

The Real World

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A really classy, beautifully produced and most attractive little book on fashion, beauty, travel, food, homemaking and fun; getting the most out of life, high class.  It’s got the lot from how to look after cashmere to clubbing etiquette, through cooking breakfast, on-line shopping and gardening hints but all done with great style, little effort and lots of fun.  An enormous amount of topics are covered, enough to keep you fascinated and informed for half a year!

Sarah Broadhurst

The Goddess Guide Synopsis

Written for time-strapped women wanting quality, authentic experiences, The Goddess Guide uncovers the secrets of living an unforgettable and desirable life. All things divine in urban hangouts and rural retreats are revealed, as lifestyle trends are demystified for women left bewildered by the departure of Sex and the City. Gisèle has tried and tested everything for you and has picked up advice from a throng of fashion houses and celebrities along the way – from Dolce & Gabbana to Miss Piggy; Narcisco Rodriguez to Laura Mercier; from Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis to award winning Chef Heston Blumenthal. And now Gisèle has picked out the best bits from her personal diary and address book to reveal insider information, glamour secrets and a multitude of heavenly recommendations, certain to transform lives from the mundane to the magical.

The life-enhancing content includes: what you should have in your make-up bag to tackle every problem; how to sell your clothes on eBay; the dos and don'ts of shoes according to Christian Louboutin; the best way to get value out of that little black dress; plucking the neatest eyebrows; getting extra legroom when booking a flight; planning a divine date; booking a hotel with the comfiest bed; entertaining with champagne; looking after cashmere; de-cluttering your home; buying jeans to lengthen your legs; finding gifts for the trickiest people and instructions from Linda Evangelista's trainer on honing a small behind.

As sumptuous and approachable as a glossy magazine, this gorgeous style-bible is both fixer and facilitator – destined to be your new best friend, personal, trend-setting concierge and ultimate Goddess Guide.

The Goddess Guide Press Reviews

“Full of top tips, fun and useless information.” The Times Magazine

“every girl’s bible for living a fabulous life.” Sunday Express Magazine

“Beautifully presented and full of surprising but useful tips, this book is a treat for wannabe goddesses." The Sun

"Fabulous with a capital 'F'." Heat

"Make sure this gem is never far from your side." Hot Stars

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ISBN: 9780007212187
Publication date: 18/09/2006
Publisher: Harpercollins Publishers
Format: Hardback

Book Information

ISBN: 9780007212187
Publication date: 18th September 2006
Author: Gisele Scanlon
Publisher: Harpercollins Publishers
Format: Hardback
Genres: The Real World,
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About Gisele Scanlon

For the past eight years, Gisèle Scanlon has written and presented reports on fashion, lifestyle, travel and art for TV, Irish Tatler and The Irish Independent. Gisèle is an expert on (among other things) beauty, health, interiors and culture, and her name is synonymous with sassy, trend setting information. She travels continuously, searching for authentic culture, the next zeitgeist and the essence of the world's great cities and countries.

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