Wacky Chicks by Simon Doonan
Life Lessons from Fearlessly Inappropriate and Fabulously Eccentric Women

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"Wacky Chicks," in the parlance of New York Observer columnist Simon Doonan, are daring women who turn heads, get people talking, and start trends. In this tribute to these unstoppable females, Doonan interviews a baker's dozen "belligerent, resilient, uninhibited, naughty, creative, and hilarious" WCs. His feisty subjects include Comedy Central's Amy Sedaris; Suzanne Bartsch, the woman who taught Madonna to vogue; hip hypnotist Jessica Porter; and Isabel Garrett, a freestyle fashion designer whose home base is a trailer in a Florida nudist colony.

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SIMON DOONAN is the author of several books, including Wacky Chicks and Nasty, which was adapted for TV in the UK. Originally from England, he worked on Savile Row before becoming the creative director for Barneys New York, where he created legendary windows for more than twenty years. He is also a columnist for Slate, and has appeared on countless national TV shows, including Gossip Girl and America's Next Top Model. Doonan lives in New York with his husband, Jonathan Adler.
Published April 21, 2003 by Simon & Schuster Australia.
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Doonan, New York Observer columnist and author of Confessions of a Window Dresser, loves wacky women, and if he ever opted for

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