A.L.T.: A Memoir by André Leon Talley

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 In A.L.T., Vogue’s editor at large explains how a six-foot-seven African-American man from North Carolina became the influential fashion figure he is today, learning life’s most enduring lessons from two remarkable his maternal grandmother, Bennie Frances Davis, a woman who worked back-breakingly hard as a maid, yet taught him to embrace the world with a warm heart and an open mind; and Diana Vreeland, the inimitable editor in chief of Vogue and director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute, who became his peerless professional mentor.

Villard, 2003.
ISBN: 9780375508288. 232 pp.
Hardcover. Near fine in a very good jacket.
Minor toning to top edge of jacket.