If you have, in your opinion, is it worth buying? From the information I've read, apart from Angie, he seems to be the only image/fashion consultant who isn't marketing either an "how to fix your body" concept or a "every fashionable person must have x" concept.. In fact he is quoted as saying that sometimes the things we think of as flaws are our biggest assets (no pun intended) & by trying to minimise these "flaws" we are watering down what makes us unique. It all sounds good up to this point imo. Is there more to be gleaned from the book or is it very out-dated now? I would love to know what you think
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