Author(s): Janelle McCulloch
After an ill-fated affair with the Queen Mother's equerry, a young London-based Australian journalist, Janelle McCulloch, runs away to Paris to restore her pride. The city leaves an indelible print, and she returns many years later to live there for a year. McCulloch is an acute observer of Parisian style in action, and her account is warm, honest, funny and tender.
Janelle McCulloch has been a journalist for more than 12 years, both in Australia and Europe, having worked as a travel writer, a fashion and beauty editor, an interiors editor, a magazine editor and a columnist. Now specialising in design, architecture, travel and style, she has contributed to many well-known publications in Australia and around the world, including Vogue Living, Elle and Home Beautiful. She divides her time between Melbourne, Europe and any island she can manage to reach in between. This is her third book.