Revenge Wears Prada
Having read The Devil Wears Prada in my teens, I was more than pumped to pick up its sequel on my Kindle on the day it published earlier this month.
Lauren Weisberger would bring back cinderella intern Andrea Sachs and Miranda Priestly to the masses one decade later. So, what happens in life after the Runway? That would put “Andy” in her 30s, finding a new career and a new love. I could easily imagine Anne Hathaway and Emily Blunt together again, bantering over fashion choices, the media and men. You’ll have to read the rest yourself to find out the twists and the turns that life seems to throw at all of us.
I flew through the words. It’s not the Vogue bible or Newsweek, but it’s great for a summer beach read and for anyone who read the first version and never met a shoe they didn’t like.
In my humble opinion, there was not enough fashion in the book — but I’m counting *fingers crossed* for a sequel to the movie version to come out so I can see the transformation of Andy for a second time. (I’m sure Miranda would look the same. After all, class and power never go out of style.)
In the meantime, question: should you judge a person by their heels?
Fashion Editor Ko Im dreamed of becoming a designer as a child, but ended up becoming a broadcast journalist. In her free time, the island girl-turned-two-time Ivy Leaguer loves wearing sundresses and finding quality items at bargain prices